Friday, August 16th, 2002
A Regular Head Case.
12:56 AM EST | Brad Custer
In Warcraft III you wage war in a fully interactive world that incorporates non-player characters, wandering monsters, neutral towns, strongholds, temples, and environmental effects.
Blizzard's latest reason features four unique races armed with distinctive units, magical abilities, and weapons of war:
Human: Relatively speaking, Humanity is one of the world's youngest races.
Unlike Elves and Dwarves, Humans live brief lives full of change and strife.
Night Elf: The reclusive Night Elves were the first race to awaken in the World of Warcraft.
These shadowy, immortal beings were the first to study magic and let it loose throughout the world nearly ten thousand years before Warcraft One.
Orc: The savage, green-skinned Orcs are one of the most prolific races of the Warcraft world.
Although few are aware of it, the Orcs once cultivated a noble, Shamanistic society on the world of Draenor.
Undead: The horrifying Undead army called the Scourge consists of thousands of walking corpses, disembodied spirits, damned mortal men and insidious extra-dimensional entities.
And you thought America was a melting pot? ;)
Since it's release last month, Warcraft III has been the talk of the town.
One of the unique features of the game was the packaging itself.
It consists of four variant covers featuring each playable race in the realm.
For the last month, email requests for desktops featuring these same images have been flowing in steadily.
Of course, I love to supply all your wallpaper needs so this week I feature all 4 races in their own, unique desktop.
Each one is simply named for the race it focuses on.
I hope you enjoy them as much as I did making them. :)
You can view my web site layout here.
Official Warcraft III site
IMG Review - WarCraft III