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Illidan Glow-in-the-Dark Mural in Taiwan!

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Blizzard has been making efforts to represent their various franchises around the world recently. This is no different, as a glow-in-the-dark mural of Illidan has popped up in Taiwan.

You can check out the video of the process below:

It looks like Taiwan is enjoying plenty of attention from the Blizzard crews, with a statue of Arthas going up last month. You can watch the video of that below, just in case you missed it:

 

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I love this kinda stuff, wish we had something like this back in my homeplace. (Holland).

I wish I couldve seen some of the staues on blizcon.

 

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