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This is an animation that is totally in the realm of fan service but it's totally working.
It is not just a secret that I'm chomping at the bit to get my hands on World of Warcraft: Shadowlands -- I was sold by the Vampires.
I kind of had an idea that Blizzard would be using the fact that we will basically be questing throughout the afterlife to revisit a bunch of old characters, but if that is what we're likely to see from this, I am even more enthusiastic. Throughout the storied history of Warcraft within the previous 26 decades, there are a great deal of amazing personalities -- both good and evil -- that have bit the dust in one manner or another.
I have not been playing these games since their beginning, I'm not old enough, but I have been playing long enough to get a load of sentimental attachment to a lot of characters, especially ones that are no longer with us.
Shadowlands is two months away at this point, and I can not wait to go in and get my hands onto it. There are a great deal of dead characters I would love to watch again, and if the Bastion animation is not anything to go by, it looks like I'm going to get that desire.
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