South Park: Season 10, Episode 8

Make Love, Not Warcraft (4 Oct. 2006)

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The kids work around the clock to improve their character skills in "World of Warcraft" so that they can beat a fellow gamer who keeps violating the rules and killing everyone else's characters.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Randy Marsh / Blizzard Employee / Blizzard Board Member #1 / Blizzard Board Member #3 / Jim / Blizzard Board Member #4 / Jimmy Valmer / Clyde / Timmy / Blizzard Board Memeber #5 / Warcraft Player #1 (voice)
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Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Blizzard Board Member #2 / Nelson / Craig / Tweek / Butters Stotch / Computer Store Clerk (voice)
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Woman on Support Line / Liane Cartman / Sharon Marsh / Warcraft Player #2 (voice)
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The world (of warcraft) has come under jeopardy when one player begins going around killing everyone else. Thousands of players send in complaints and make calls to blizzard support because of him, but the admins can't do anything because he's so powerful he can kill the admins. What's worse, he seems to enjoy killing players for no other reason than to kill the other players. After losing to him in a mass battle, the players decide to increase their levels to the top level to try and get even. Written by Emhilradim

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Blizzard helped with the animation in this episode. See more »

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Stan's character, who is a Human warrior, is clearly wearing a Frostwolf Battle Tabard. This is a Horde only item and is unobtainable by any Alliance race. See more »

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[the four World of Warcraft characters walk through the land of Azeroth]
Cartman: I am the mightiest dwarf in all of Azeroth!
Kyle: [female mage] Wow, look at all these people playing right now.
Cartman: Yeah, it's bullcrap. I'll bet half of these people are Koreans.
Stan: [stops and motions] Oh crap! It's *that* guy again!
[a rogue griefer approaches them and begins to dance, wearing a helmet, boots, elbow-length gloves and tight shorts]
Kyle: Who is this?
Stan: This is the guy that kept killing us after you went to bed!
Cartman: [...]
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Seems impossible to make an episode so perfect like this.
5 January 2008 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

The famous MMORPG "World of Warcraft" arrives to South Park and our kids have their own copy. Probably, one of the most funny episodes of the show with unforgettable scenes like the progress of the plan while we listen "Live to Win" or the evolution of Cartman, Stan, Kyle because of being in front of a monitor.

Using elements very well known for "World of Warcraft" players (the beginning of the episode) and memorable quotes like "Only one kind, whoever this person is, he has played World of Warcraft nearly every hour of every day for the past year and a half! Gentlemen, we are dealing with someone here who has absolutely no life." said by one member of Blizzard; South Park creators give us an instant classic of the show, a good reason to keep watching next episodes and a real warning to whom buried too soon one of the best animated series.


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