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And therefore, it leaves us utterly unmoved as well.

Arthas is dull. He’s become a one-dimensional, superficial villain, no more threatening, dramatic or interesting than any boorish CGI demon confronting B-roll heroes in a bad fantasy epic. The few instances where the game tries to raise empathy for the Lich King fall flat because he himself never shows any sign of being alive underneath that mask.

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No August this Saturday, I'm afraid! I got a little short on time because of the yearly Abunai convention this weekend. So next Wednesday will see the new episode instead.

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