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Submitted by shaneryanTB 829d ago | opinion piece

World of Warcraft: The Neutered Deadmines

[Nick Vracar, Thunderbolt writes:] A long time ago, in the World of Warcraft, a man named Edwin Van Cleef tormented players that dared enter his Deadmines. “Lap dogs, all of you!” and “Fools! Our cause is righteous!” are token lines he’d exclaim as you, and four of your comrades, battle him and his four blackguards. That’s assuming you survived the perilous journey to get to the top of his ship. There were many tough fights separating you both. It wasn’t just how much damage was dealt, but also how the enemy was engaged. (PC, World of Warcraft)

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