They aren’t really re-writing canon, plus Blizzard does enough of that for everyone.
No, they didn’t. They cut away just before the reveal.
At most, 2nd degree murder. Best case, manslaughter.
I’m in the same corner. Gay was the go to slur that people used around me and queer as an identity just fits right with me where nothing else does.
I bought an HP Omen 15 for gaming and after a firmware update to fix cooling issues it has been a phenomenal laptop.
Maybe not video games but it’s great for table top games. All that bulky stuff the vendor doesn’t want to haul back to their car. I ended up with a few board games and a couple big compendiums for well below retail price.
“uncanny knack for grabbing the spotlight.”
I’ve been playing it a bit today and I do enjoy just exploring and what not. However, the plot tries to explain why there is no one around and that reason is *Spoilers obviously*
I’d say he was Ash’s step dad at best.
Besides the crap pay and lack of prospects after term, isn’t this the kind of prison reform we want and see? Teach skills, put people to work, get them ready to re-enter society.
I had one even worse. He only allowed his interpretation and it was usually accompanied by a very long explanation that was typically a personal experience. Like, if he didn’t think it was physically possible to jump across a gap in real life, he wouldn’t allow it no matter what you rolled.
He killed his own people, sold his soul for power, and almost destroyed Icecrown, which would have bad for everyone, to save his own hide. It’s also not just about WCIII but the things he did in WoW, they’ll go back and change WCIII to justify some of the things he did in The Burning Crusade like they already did with…
I figured they would. They’ll also probably add/remove stuff to make Illidan look even less evil than he was originally.
That dude is kind of being a dick. Sombra means shadow in Spanish and Portuguese while ombra means shadow in Italian.
Do people think that Spaniards are not white?
Forza games have rumble that intensifies the harder you brake.
Imo, for me Vanilla WoW wasn’t the mechanics or difficulty. What Vanilla WoW did for me was give me a vast world with tons of quests but no real overarching story or threat to worry about. It was all about exploration and not being the Grand Pooba of the Horde/Alliance. You were unimportant in a large world. No other…
Mostly money. They can sell virtual tickets with some fluff DLC for their games and get the people who can’t wait 30 minutes to read Wowhead. Not to mention all the merchandise and what not they sell to the people who actually pay a lot of money to come to the event.
It would be more like asking if the mobile game Halo Spartan Assault would be coming to PC, which it did.