Warcraft: Orcs & Humans

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  • Demon Hunter Argumentative Essay

    verbally taught his disciples. Since the path of a Demon Hunter was bound in the mind of a man, who at this point was chained in a dark Burrow, and only a few others it'd make sense for the information to be written down. Telarius was chosen to write down the vile rituals, dark words, and process on becoming a full-fledged Hunter. Seeing as they couldn't rise to power like their master, Telarius delved into the void for even darker means. His sanity was fleeting at the end of the ritual, but he did not return empty handed. With the teachings of Illidan and the new found secrets from the Void, Telarius had all he needed to forge one of the most sinister documents in existence. Contents of the Writing: [spoiler]WIP[/spoiler] How does Warcraft support your lore change?: All the sources that support this clarification/expansion; http://wow.gamepedia.com/Writings_of_the_Dark_Herald http://wow.gamepedia.com/Demon_hunter Demon Hunter RPers, reasonable speculation, and theorycraft. *http://wowwiki.wikia.com/Telarius_Voidstrider, http://wowwiki.wikia.com/Loramus_Thalipedes, http://wowwiki.wikia.com/Theras, http://wowwiki.wikia.com/Alandien, http://wowwiki.wikia.com/Netharel, http://wowwiki.wikia.com/Feronas_Sindweller…

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  • The Six Characteristics Of World Of Warcraft

    It is undeniable that the community of gaming has grown exponentially within the past couple years but there has been one community that has stood out from the crowd and IGN.com for about twelve years. World of Warcraft (WoW) is a major community that may not be thought of when thinking about gaming. The WoW community meets and exceeds the six characteristics that Swales described that are needed for a discourse community. The thought that gaming’s true form is only in first person shooters…

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  • Analysis Of Massive Multiplayer Role Playing Games

    of gameplay vs. behavior to truly understand their long term effects, especially since the age group of those that were around when this new style of gaming was created, have barely reached their mid to late twenties, like myself. To argue about this, we must first know what a MMORPG is, and who plays them. A MMORPG is a game where literally thousands of people can be logged in playing with or against each from across the street, or across the world. According to David Hagström and Viktor…

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  • Male Vs Female Gamers Essay

    PC rig, $250 on an xBox, $60 for a live subscription, $15 a month for World of Warcraft, and countless of dollars on games…to impress anybody but myself. I also did not get into gaming because of a boyfriend. I started playing on an NES and old Artari at the ripe age of 6…and I can assure you that I did not have a boyfriend, nor was I tryingto impress anyone. That goes for most of us. And guess what? It doesn’t matter if anyone did start gaming because their significant other played. What…

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  • Should We Legalize Euthanasia In Our Society?

    euthanasia in our society? This is a very complicated question that deals with human life and how much control can we have over it. Euthanasia despite having its general un-appeal is supported by many people in society due to the fact that it gives us freedom in life. The individual is spared the misery of a disease that is incurable. The person will overcome the pain and torture leading to an inevitable death. Despite how it may seem like running away and not fighting. We must realize that many…

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  • Analysis Of Kant's Principle Of Humanity

    to find a theory that acts as a guideline on how we, as humans, should act. Before Kant’s theories, philosophers struggled to find a moral rule or principle on how we should act towards other humans. Nevertheless, Kant came up with the Principle of Humanity to act as a main principle on how we should treat humans. The Principle of Humanity states that humans should treat other beings as an end and never as a mere means. To understand this theory, we must understand what Kant means by treating…

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  • Application Of Robotics Essay

    The Application of robots: How the progression of robotics advanced beyond human abilities Human’s greatest invention is the automotive machine. The creation of the robot is science fiction come true; from the simple assembly line to the in depth future of artificial intelligence, robotics and the rise of a technical future is on the horizon. Humans have separated themselves from the basic instinct of an animal, the way of life has evolved into the quest for discovery and happiness. The…

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  • Anti-Semitism In The Lottery, By Shirley Jackson

    Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery,” is a criticism of prejudice amongst people, focusing on anti-Semitism. “The Lottery” is written three short years after the conclusion of War World II and The Holocaust, and while most Americans saw themselves as the “good guys” Jackson shows how “the face of human evil could look just like their next door neighbor” (Jackson 304). Jackson uses the town’s annual lottery to portray just how evil humans can be. In “The Lottery,” families began to turn on each other…

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  • Theme Of Individuality And Identity In Do Android's Dream Of Electric Sheep

    analyzation and isolated state of mind of Rick Decker, the main character of the story, the concept of the individual and identity are achieved but not necessarily defined. The hierarchy found between humans and androids in Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? shows the division found often in various societies, and common assimilating behavior of individuals to form or be a member of a group. As demonstrated in Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, society places higher value on the…

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  • Life Stages: How To Live A Healthy Life

    Throughout this stage, you are learning to decode words and who the people around you are. According to an online source, infancy consists of “vitality – The infant is a vibrant and seemingly unlimited source of energy. Babies thus represent the inner dynamo of humanity, ever fueling the fires of the human life cycle with new channels of psychic power.” An infant’s diet consists of milk, either breast milk or formula, softened foods, and in the later half whole foods. An infant is still not…

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