warcraft


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warcraft

(ˈwɔːˌkrɑːft)
n
1. skill in warfare
2. the skill of directing a war
3. (Nautical Terms) nautical a ship used in war

warcraft

the science, art, or craft of war.
See also: War
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New Feature: Artifact WeaponsSeek out and master legendary Artifacts, mighty class-specific weapons from Warcraft loresuch as Ashbringer and Doomhammerthat grow in power as you use them in battle against the Burning Legion.
The second and third editions, Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness and Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, further stoked fascination and imagination in its players, as did the best-selling novels and other popular merchandise.
Because Hollywood does not have a great track record of turning video games into hit movies, we asked hard-core UAE fans if they thought delving into the fantasy realm of Warcraft was a good idea after all.
But today and tomorrow customers can walk into a giant green screen booth and bellow their own warcry as part of their own unique Warcraft trailer.
Honorbuddy also disputed Blizzard's claim that over 100,000 World of Warcraft account were banned during the ban wave on May 13.
The event was held at Cafe de Paris in Picadilly Circus, where those inside were shown exclusive interviews with the game's developers, participated in games of Warcraft trivia to win prizes and met actors dressed as the new Pandaren characters.
He has previously stated that he played Warcraft, as well as another 'first-person shooter' game called Modern Warfare, for hours daily.
You may experience precisely that if a prototype augmented-reality game system called LARP (live-action role-playing games) becomes fully developed, according to William Sims Bainbridge in The Warcraft Civilization.
Since 1999, TeliaSonera International Carrier has been the company's partner, providing Internet connectivity for both World of Warcraft and the Battle.
Future, in a statement, said the magazine will "cover all aspects of World of Warcraft through insider insights and player perspectives.
Warcraft, trained by Michael Hourigan for Ryanair chief Michael O'Leary, was dismounted by 7lb claimer Adrian Heskin on the way to post for the 8pm race, and trotted towards the start.