It doesnt cover anything, believe what you must believe, whatever, your just to stubborn to see my points, arguments and facts.
Facts? You just pulled a titling formula out of your ass and confused genre for franchise. You're ignorant as hell.
No i'm treating them like franchises, your treating them like a story or a name or a setting.
Oh my god. You're so horrible at this. You're saying that WoW can't be part of the Warcraft franchise because it's an MMORPG and not an RTS. Thus, you're classifying them by genre. Therefore, you couldn't possibly be talking in terms of franchises.
No they dont you dumbass, you think they wouldv named WoW Warcraft 3 if they wanted too? (your still not getting WoW WAS Warcraft 3)
Obviously not, as there is a Warcraft 3, and it is the RTS, as opposed to World of Warcraft. I don't give a shit if WC3 was originally slated to be an MMORPG. That's not what I'm talking about.
Thats not the point, stop being dumb.
Ladies first. *that's you doppel*
WTF are you talking about? THATS NOT THE POINT, dumbass.
(but it is as of today the standard of Blizzards MMORPG's, or do you want to debate that? lol)
If you weren't the dumbass, you would have noticed that I wasn't saying that in reference to anything you said in particular. I was addressing something that was urking me. Way to go, dumbass.
You think your some kind of filosophical genius? LOL, give me a brake, or better yet give yourself a brake because your filosophical thinking SUCKS.
For the record, not only did you spell philosophical wrong, but you used the wrong word for "break". "Brake" is what is in your car.
Anyways, it's not a philosophy you dumbass. It's common sense. Why would they make a sequel to a game they can release expansions and patches for to update and improve the game? Not only that, but considering that the game is continuous, there is no ultimate goal to be achieved, thus there is no ending.
I never said both games cant tie in with eachother, fact remains Warcraft is Warcraft, WoW is WoW.
If WoW isn't Warcraft. It wouldn't be in the title.
So if I'm not addressing any of your points, then you should take care to clarify your points. Although I doubt you'd get anywhere with that, as it wouldn't make any sense, anyways.
Warcraft is in the name, World of Warcraft, therefore, it has the brand name, thus making it part of the series of products. Therefore, it's part of the franchise.Quote fromA brand name under which a series of products is released.
(For the record, Doppel threw the first punch. Just saying that in case someone tries to point the finger at me.)