How the hell does the Mage off-tank in the first place? I get that the Warrior is taunting them, but the Mage class doesn't have a taunt, unless Mists of Pandathing revamped the class something fierce. To my knowledge, the only caster class capable of taunting is the Warlock, and that requires using the Glyph of Dark Apotheosis.
As for the swearing, I agree with Gaxe that the swearing is appropriate to indicate "taunting," but the enemies also swear a lot, which doesn't really make sense. Swearing is a powerful way to show emotion in text (an old Danish word for swear words is "kraftudtryk," meaning "powerful expressions"), but overdoing it has the opposite effect.
The third comic was pretty cool as it ties together the previous two episodes. I'm having some issues figuring out what's what in the last frame, but the point gets across (that the Mage can't stop taunting stuff, even while in Stormwind). I'm just not sure why one of the people trying to push through the door is telling another person to block the back door.
Edit: I'm also not sure if the author has ever played World of Warcraft, because, as others have mentioned already, aside from the Warrior and the Mage, nothing connects them to the World of Warcraft universe. The release button could be from any game (as it does not look like the release button in WoW) and nothing in the last frame indicates that it is, in fact, taking place in Stormwind. You could remove the "World of Warcraft" header and use this comic for any "sword and sorcery" MMORPG with a Warrior and Mage/Sorcerer/Elementalist class. Or it could be a neutral comic that mixes and matches from all games, but then you'd need to not make direct links to World of Warcraft.
I get the distinct feeling that this comic was made with no particular game in mind and then modified to reference World of Warcraft because of the new expansion.
Edit2: Also rated the thread up to keep it visible, in case the original poster has the default filter setting on. Don't hate me for it, I'm just trying to get him to respond to our feedback.
Edited, Dec 12th 2012 11:56am by Mazra
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