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AetherMaster
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06:22:53 PM Feb 2nd 2012
I think that each game deserves its own entry, as opposed to dumping all three into a single entry that is very troperific and cluttered. Each game has its own specific tropes.
samarlo20
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08:10:10 AM Dec 29th 2011
edited by samarlo20
What are the Blademasters in the Magtheridon's forces.?

-Elite Mooks, Super Mooks, Mook Lieutenants or Minibosses.?
HiddenFacedMatt
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12:15:37 PM Sep 17th 2011
The following entries relating to this series are on Prison Episode:
  • The Frozen Throne had a campaign mission where Lady Vashj and Kael'thas free the Blood Elves from the Dalaran dungeons, which were full of UltraHorrifyingMonsters. It wasn't a bad level, but at of the day it wasn't as challenging as the normal base-building campaign missions.
    • World of Warcraft has the Stockades, an instanced prison dungeon in the centre of Stormwind serving prior to the Cataclysm as a continuation of the Defias questline and now updated to fit current miscreants.

Now, bear in mind that Prison Episode is defined as a prison-centered installment of a series not otherwise about prison; many examples are more along the lines of a level, and I was wondering if these were too.

Not that this would disqualify them; in that trope's discussion page, battosaijoe claimed that a level should count if it makes up a significant enough portion of the gameplay, and kjnoren claimed to have looked through the video game section, removing the more obvious non-examples.

In any case, would you say they qualify?
Shinobody
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06:21:26 PM Jul 1st 2011
THE PAGE IMAGE. Period. ANCIENTS(!). Full Stop. WHAT. THE. HECK? Night Elves MAY be ancient, but... ... I think it needs changing?
ZYL5_
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10:58:25 AM Apr 20th 2010
So... To play on the curisoity sparked from the example from High Octane Nightmare Fuel. What WOULD happen if the Orcs/Horde actually invaded the modern day world we live in now? I imagine it'd be pretty unpleasant.
Fighteer
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11:14:04 AM Apr 20th 2010
edited by Fighteer
Er... we'd utterly annihilate them thanks to superior military technology (e.g., tanks against swords). And then our scientists would be crawling all over the Dark Portal to figure out how we can replicate interdimensional travel.
98.71.114.178
08:52:34 AM Jul 1st 2010
I agree with Fighteer. It would be unpleasant—for the Orcs.
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