Video Game | Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Years after the fall of the Orcish Horde to the human Alliance of Lordaeron, the remaining humans and orcs find themselves facing a common enemy: the demons of the Burning Legion and their armies of undead monsters.
Units typically respond with phrases such as "Ready for action!" or "Yes, my liege!" when clicking on them. Continuously clicking on units will eventually cause them to become annoyed ("why don't you bother someone else with your incessant clicking?"), whimsical ("I should have been a farmer like my father wanted") or make pop cultural references, mostly from fantasy films like Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) and the Lord of the Rings. Almost every unit has at least five such answers.
Thrall, the blood haze has lifted. The demon's fire has burned out in my veins.
Grom Hellscream: I... have... freed myself...
Thrall: No, old friend. You've freed us all...
If you watch the credits, you will find that there is a creditation to Tenacious D, also if you beat the game on hard mode, you get to see Starcraft units in 3d.
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