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Make Love, Not Warcraft 

The boys dedicate their lives to defeating a high level player killing other players in World of Warcraft.


Trey Parker


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Episode cast overview:
Trey Parker ... 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)
Matt Stone ... Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Blizzard Board Member #2 / Nelson / Craig / Tweek / Butters Stotch / Computer Store Clerk (voice)
Adrien Beard Adrien Beard ... Token Black (voice)
Dimitri Mendoza Dimitri Mendoza ... Ike Broflovski (voice)
April Stewart ... Woman on Support Line / Liane Cartman / Sharon Marsh / Warcraft Player #2 (voice)


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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Stan's father mentions that his level 2 hunter has just joined a big party of Night Elves and they're going to explore the Tower of Azora. The Tower of Azora isn't a dungeon and contains no monsters or instances; only vendors. "Exploring" it would take about 30 seconds. Also, the Night Elves' starting area is on the other side of the world from the Elwynn Forest where the tower is located. Any Night Elf character in the forest would most likely be of a much higher level than Valcorn in order to have traveled there. This makes it unlikely that a "big party" of them would join with a level 2 hunter in order to explore a tower containing only a few item vendors. See more »


[the World of Warcraft characters have just defeated the griefer; Stan the warrior throws away the Sword of a Thousand Truths and walks up to his father's dying character]
Stan: [shaking Randy] Dad? Dad?
Randy Marsh: [Valkorn the warrior, answering] Staaan.
[falters a bit, but Stan holds him up]
Randy Marsh: I've never been able to say this before, but... I love you, son.
Stan: I know you do, Dad.
[Valkorn swats Stan's hand away, then moans a bit and dies]
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References World of Warcraft (2004) See more »


Live to Win
by Paul Stanley
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Best episode of Southpark
8 June 2010 | by jumbotSee all my reviews

I never post reviews on anything, however, this episode of Southpark deserves it. This was so well written and accurate is so many ways, it was truly genius. Matt & Trey deserve some type of an award for this one. I am a big SouthPark fan, however, they really outdid themselves on this episode. Truly one of the best written episodes of the series. The dynamics between the characters and the portrayal of the World of Warcraft were excellent. It was really nice to see an episode where Cartman, Kyle, Kenny & Stan worked together towards a common goal as well. If you have not seen this episode, I strongly suggest you watch it. Hope to see more like this from Matt & Trey. Great job guys.

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4 October 2006 (USA) See more »

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