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My initial perception of World of Warcraft upon watching the game's reveal was pure joy. The sight of a role-playing game developed in Japan with a dark-skinned character of color as its main player is not common. The chance to play a game that features an Black woman is extremely rare. Knowing later that a large majority of the main actors are women is almost not commonplace.
So, I went into the recent hands-off press preview for World of Warcraft with hopeful hopes. At first, it appeared that the developer Luminous Productions and publisher Square Enix had a good grasp of the game. In the beginning, World of Warcraft creative producer Raio Mitsuno wanted the game to be a unique experience that had a female-centric cast and featured a character who was a departure from the usual mythological heroes. Everything else in the game was based on this idea "from the very beginning of the development."
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"That was actually one of the fundamental ideas that we were able to establish from the beginning of the game: we were looking to build a world that had strong female characters and we also wanted to create to create a magical world," Mitsuno told me. "And we decided to make them as our foundations when we began the project. We were awed by the rising amount of female characters in the business, but we wanted to go one step further and make it a woman-centric world. Our goal was also to Frey character--to create a character who was down-to-earth, and an authentic portrayal of the modern day young woman who gets caught up in the world of cheap WoTLK Gold an entire group of women who are powerful and a matriarchal society."