A Tribute to World of Warcraft MemorialsBy admin On January 25, 2013 Under horde
Note: This is a new version of the original tribute video I made last year. At the time, I had video editing software / computer limitations, and I was never happy with the resulting product. Now, with a new computer and better software, I was able to redo this and make the shots smoother than before. WoW, as we all know, can be full of distractions, which can make it easy to miss or pay little attention to certain features of the landscape: an intriguingly-dressed Night Elf hunter in Shattrath City, a woebegone Tauren in Bloodhoof Village, a dying warrior in the frozen heights of Icecrown, and more… I created this video as a humble tribute to the gamers behind some of these memorials and also to serve as a guide for where to find these sites. As I researched these individuals, I was inspired by their stories and by how many lives they have touched. Music: “Pavane pour une infante défunte (Pavane for a Dead Princess)” by Maurice Ravel, as performed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Seiji Ozawa.