World Of Warcraft Avatar In Real Life

Submitted by: Kadinsky 6 years ago in Tech

While we can argue the correctness of the video; you have got to admit they did a darn good job.
There are 55 comments:
Female 166
Awesome video!
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Male 155
RL > WoW.
After 5yrs, 7 epic`d-out lvl80`s and 3 guild charters, I`ve finally been able to let go of WoW - never to return. =)
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Female 4,376
undead undead undead!!! <3
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Male 1,136
SHOPPED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Male 2,748
wow, really well done. really cool vid
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Male 191
"Managerial skills, organizational skills, time management skills, money management skills, etc... Yep, all pretty useless in real life."

I learnt them in School.
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Male 4,680
CTD from part 1:
I`ll readily admit that Blizzard has designed some aspects of the game to be quite addictive, but they`re rather obvious (things like having a quest where you have to spend 20 minutes flying across half a continent just to hand in an item) and easily avoidable (just take another quest instead). If you keep things in moderation, WoW will NOT take over your life. It`s that simple.
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Male 4,680
>>Level 80 tauren hunter here, and I have to disagree when people say that WoW is ultra-addictive.

I spent over a year getting to level 80. I did this because I didn`t play 24/7 like some "hardcore raiders" do, but I played a couple of hours or so whenever I felt like it. If I got bored, I logged out. A year later and I`m still playing, but it`s totally within my control. I haven`t played in a few days and I`m not feeling any "craves" or "psychotic urges" that channels like Fox News often report on.

To me, WoW is a hobby. Some people like fishing. Others like birdwatching, or painting or watching films. That`s their hobby, and mine is WoW. It`s just something I do for fun or when I`m bored.
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Male 782
r3tr0r0ck3r: I blatantly tell people to stfu if they talk about WoW around me now. I really don`t care how badass your level 80 is. Yeah, I used to play it. Realized Blizzard created an autonomous system for collecting money rather than a game. Then quit.
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Male 10,440
Not for me. Wow is an endless, monotonous game designed to keep you in to keep you paying.

I like the typical rpg, but one that has some sort of foreseeable conclusion or at least a point where you can say "I`m done, I`ve beaten this", while not taking thousands of hours to do so.

I don`t think such a game exists online.

I`ll stick to Oblivion, Fallout and X3 thanks.
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Male 567
>> 80 mage, 80 hunter, 80 rogue, 80 priest, 80 shaman & another 69 hunter. God I need to get a life.
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Male 187
I"m so massively bored with WoW. Which is odd, because I`ve never played it. But when you`ve lots of friends that do, and it`s not your kinda game, its starts to grate after a while.
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Female 3,574
I`ve never played WoW, but I`ve sure wasted a lot of time playing the Sims lol
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Female 3,574
cool.
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Male 1,505
It`s a fun game. Just let it be that.
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Female 126
WoW is harmless. I work full time, go to school part time and raid 3 nights a week 3 hrs a night.

It`s not the game that`s so bad, its the players who don`t know when to walk away and do other stuff.
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Female 29
raggz, you sounded kind of desperate in my head, no offense.

all the skills that can be learned by wow, in my opinion, is only better reflexes and strategy.
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Male 782
EVE is better.
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Male 773
This is blasphemous. I have lost too many friends to this form of e-crack. Jeeze, governmental units, it`s not ok to inject heroin, and hand over thousands of dollars which would improve the economy by general money transfer, but it IS ok to pay a measily 15 loons a month to sit on our asses, avoid sunlight, and eat cheetos for the rest of our lives? Fail addiction is fail.
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Male 90
This was dumb. what a waste of nicely rendered wow models. Its a game, and i admit i play it, but dont put it on some dumb pedestal
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Female 452
"Managerial skills, organizational skills, time management skills, money management skills, etc... Yep, all pretty useless in real life."

Maybe you learn something about those skills if you`re a guild leader. How many people really learn time management by playing WoW? All I ever learned was how to lose track of time and put a lot of effort into something that I have nothing to show for IRL.
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Male 234
I don`t know about that Raokin. I think back stab, mind blast and teleport could prove useful skills IRL
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Female 63
"You almost make it sound productive. Too bad the skills you learn in WoW are utterly useless in real life."

Managerial skills, organizational skills, time management skills, money management skills, etc... Yep, all pretty useless in real life.
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Female 281
That`s pretty cool. ^_^ I don`t play WoW but that was a creative video and the message was very good. :3
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Female 452
"Enjoying myself, learning new skills and overcoming challenges"

You almost make it sound productive. Too bad the skills you learn in WoW are utterly useless in real life.
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Female 2,352
I`ve never played Wow too damn time consuming. XD
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Male 496
To all the addition people out there, please consider that self control is the issue with additions, not the addiction itself. People that are addicted to different things typically can be treated by the same person because addictions follow the same pattern. A lack of self control, a lack of external pressure to change the negative behaviour, a lack of other things to keep oneself occupied and a huge sense of guilt when yu are discovered / come clean. WoW is like any other thing that can get the worst of you. If you play loads and you really shouldnt be, then you are addicted. If you play loads but you have the time and will to do so, then you are not addicted. If you can`t go a day without logging on then you have issues. If you turn down real-world interactions to play it, then you are in trouble. Its not uncommon to play games loads, but if you can and you have the time then there is nothing wrong with that.
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Female 1,324
my uncle became obsessed with WoW when he thought his marriage was going down the drain :/ it ate up his life and he eventually took it. But he had under lying issues that WoW just exaserbated...
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Male 496
I know the people that made this through my guild on WoW. To be very honest I think it`s about time people started thinking of gaming as a hobby rather than a waste of time. Lets compare:

I play WoW so I am / I have a hobby so I am:
-great at things people don`t know about and are not interested in unless they do them
-spending time with friends who I know from my worklife
-Enjoying myself, learning new skills and overcoming challenges

Both the same. I also canoe coach over the summer (level 4 kayak, level 4 canoe coach) and I have a girlfriend that doesn`t play wow. I play cricket for my university, and I am a grade 8 guitarist and all round nice bloke. Playing wow does not make you a loner / loser / tard / no lifer etc.
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Female 24
80 belf priest, 80 belf pally, 71 hunter, 76 mage, misc lower leveled characters :]
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Female 3,828
Ya i never played WOW either, so this went right over my head
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Female 452
I played WOW for a while. I guess I quit because I didn`t like the immaturity of the players. Random 14 year old boys, who knew neither my age or gender, would keep asking me to be their girlfriend. I also hated the fact that higher level players always try to keep you from leveling up by camping your corpse.
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Male 152
"I have never played wow so I have no idea what any of the charecters in this vid are"

they were explained pretty well...

i really liked this video anyways. WoW gets so much bad press and there seems to be loads of people ready to go off on one as soon as the subject is mentioned, just because they watched a south park episode or something.
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Male 519
I have never played wow so I have no idea what any of the charecters in this vid are
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Male 3,285
Lolcats, keep it on the wow boards idiot
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Female 149
lol, they`re all dudes talking.
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Male 4,547
I liked full day alterac valleys. Had the feeling of a proper epic battle.
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Female 1,894
please nooo dont make me sign up again!!!
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Female 452
And they raised the level cap to 90?
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Female 452
@Loxen How`s EQ2 nowadays? I quit three years ago because I was sick of some of the social aspects of guild life on MMOs.
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Male 741
EQ2 lvl 87 Swashbuckler, WOHOOO EQ2!!! Not really, im starting to get bored and I`m so not gonna give in to raiding again.
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Male 368
vanilla was bad and you should feel bad
-grinding is fun!
-20 hour moltenbore is fun!
-ganked all day then calling it world pvp is fun!
-organizing 40 man raids for hours is fun!
-day long alterac valley is fun!
-not pvping for a day and going from warlord to scout is fun!
the list goes on and on and that is the reason people think all wow players are nerds because of pre burning crusade

Get out.
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Female 1,386
I could say a lot of things, good and bad, about Wow. It would be a very long rant really.
I`ll just say I moved on long ago, probably around the time it got super popular with the Kiddies, and all the "how to" guides and hand-holding add ons started popping up.
Vanilla RIP.
Right now I`m playing Fallen Earth and just recently returned to EQ2 and AOC as something to do while I wait for FFXIV and Secret World to come out.
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Male 699
this is a shout out about addiction and what it really looks like, I believe
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Male 25,416
wow is so 2007!
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Male 418
world of warcrack
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Male 167
Lvl 80 Human pally
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Male 372
>80 paladin, rogue, hunter, and mage and i don`t care who knows it.
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Male 678
Wowwwww. Talk about losers.
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Male 75
this is very awsome made !!
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Female 349
Lvl 80 Blood Elf Pally.
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Male 15,510
>> Has a life.

Just kidding guys, have never play WoW but the MMORPGs rocks
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Male 165
>>lvl 80 draenei priest
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Female 497
>.> Lvl 58 Undead frost mage
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Male 575
Link: World Of Warcraft Avatar In Real Life [Rate Link] - While we can argue the correctness of the video; you have got to admit they did a darn good job.
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