Don't corrupt my waters!

As I mentioned in my previous post, I’ve restarted making movies about my playtime in World of Warcraft, and this is my latest edited movie: Immerseus Heroic 10 man.

For many, World of Warcraft is just another game, but I like to think the game designers here at Blizzard are very clever people whom I admire a lot and this encounter, although not very hard in heroic mode, is an example of how Blizzard likes to send subliminal messages.

According to the lore of the game:

Immerseus is a titanic elemental is the physical embodiment of secret reservoir waters that were corrupted after the Sha of Pride was released.

The ancient inhabitants of Pandaria recognized the vital importance of the lifegiving Pools of Power, building an underground system of aqueducts to safeguard the waters and nurture life in the Vale of Eternal Blossoms. The touch of corruption has animated and twisted these waters, and Immerseus stands as an unnatural embodiment of the Vale’s sorrow.

Therefore, we had to play our role as heroes and cleanse the waters of Pandaria, by defeating this “monster”… And so we did.

I just wish the rest of the “Real World” would fight as well to save the waters of Earth from the current corruption caused by so many Shas of Pride and Greed! 🙂

Thank you for watching.

Pedro – aka Mantikore