Written by PETA
The following blog is a guest post from peta2's Ryan.
The fight against the Canadian seal slaughter has gone digital!
That's right, gamers, get ready: This Saturday, World of Warcraft (WoW) players will have the opportunity to combat a team of four Horde seal killers. We need your help to stop them from bashing in the heads of any more seals!
Thrall refused to ban the slaughter of seals, despite multiple requests from the Alliance to do so, because Orgrimmar stands to make a large profit from the fur.
Activists from across the Eastern Kingdoms and Kalimdor are banding together to put a stop to the atrocious seal slaughter. Anyone who slaughters baby seals for their fur must surely be in service to the evil Lich King.
Here's what you need to know in order to battle:
Make sure to check out videos about the upcoming battle here, and use our Facebook event to get all your friends to join you in the fight. Be sure to check back for the battle coordinates.
Think you can stop the seal killers?
UPDATE: The battle will be taking place at coordinates 79, 73 on the southeastern coast of Howling Fjord, due south of the Explorers League Outpost.
Written by Ryan Huling
(Did all this WoW talk go right over your head? Don't be embarrassed—maybe you should just sit this round out and stick to helping seals on Facebook!)
HEY! Crazy idea PETA. Uhmmm how about we actually help the REAL baby seals?!? And do something about that?? Hmm? Hey! Maybe team up with the Whale Wars guys (because they're actually doing something). I know, we should just stick to our normal stupid activities like protesting against GAMES and restaurants... but maybe for once we can actually HELP ANIMALS instead of be ignorant. Nah you're right. That's just too hard. We should just continue wasting our money on slutty advertisements and pointless protests.
It's a game. A. Game. And for you people that are too ignorant to understand this, the animals are not REAL. They're digital.
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