Xarxet vs. Yogg-Saron (25 man Hard Mode) by Xarxet
Class: Priest | Category: Dungeons / PvE | Server : US - Warsong ( Ruin )
- /5 1 ? ? 454 MB Correct Share
Movie Summary
Join us as we fight Yogg-Saron to get one of our shamans, Zilly, her legendary mace!

Sunneh: "Sham, you took my portal...!"
Karnevyl: "Bwa. Ha. Ha."

Downloading the original source file is recommended. You'll get extremely nice quality: H.264 MP4 file, HD 1280x800 resolution. 16:46 minutes, 443mb. Quicktime compatible. To watch, use either below:

* Media Classic Player (via CCCP Codec Pack)
* Apple Quicktime Player

Liner Notes:

* Sassie and Zilly make the cutest gnomes.
* The idea of Yogg-Saron comes from HP Lovecraft mythology, written in the 1930's. Yog-Sothoth and Shub-Niggeruth were part of a pantheon of evil Old Gods from outer space, "arriving on Earth when the sun was young", that were so creepy, terrifying, and frightening that mere human mortals went mad upon seeing them. Numerous horror writers including Stephen King have written short stories about this mythos.
* Laugh Track Abuse was common in 1970's sitcoms. Gilligan's Island and The Brady Bunch were the worst offenders. Laugh tracks involve prerecorded applause/cheering and laughter, supposedly coming from the old I Love Lucy shows in the 1950's. Thus Andy Kaufman's remark that dead people were laughing in these TV shows. Often, the jokes weren't very funny in the first place, and laugh tracks got pretty annoying fast.
* The cheap ganking of Alliance toons at Scarlet Monastery (during Hallows End) and Booty Bay (during Pirate's Weekend) is payback from early TBC days when they controlled the Karazhan entrance. Horde would have to ride together all the way from Stonard.

Comments and Ratings
Average Rating:

- /5

Your Rating:

  • Loading...


WCM Premium Mirrors

Stream Mirrors

Movie Achievements

Views: 11,533
Daily Views: 3
Rating: - / 5
Category Rank: 4591

Like WarcraftMovies.com on facebook and get awsome videos in your newsfeed!

WCM Radio

Choose Station:

Similar Movies

  • Loading...