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In their ongoing effort to remove inappropriate references from World of Warcraft, Blizzard renamed multiple achievements in Patch 9.1.5.

The following achievements have been renamed in the first build of Patch 9.1.5.

  • "My Sack is Gigantique" has been renamed to "My Storage is Gigantique".
  • "Bros. Before Ho Ho Ho's" has been renamed to "Holiday Bromance".

On July 27, Blizzard announced they would be removing inappropriate references from the game. You can read the full message here.

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While we turn to our team for guidance in our internal work to protect marginalized groups and hold accountable those who threaten them, we also want to take immediate action in Azeroth to remove references that are not appropriate for our world. This work has been underway, and you will be seeing several such changes to both Shadowlands and WoW Classic in the coming days.   
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3 minutes ago, Kuarinofu said:

What a time to be alive

lol

They've actually lost it.

Like some things are just jokes people and they don't mean anything more than that.

Wonder if they'll remove the fact that we actually mercilessly slaughter entire generations of races and whole societies for a pair of cheap boots.

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3 minutes ago, Prophet001 said:

lol

They've actually lost it.

Like some things are just jokes people and they don't mean anything more than that.

Wonder if they'll remove the fact that we actually mercilessly slaughter entire generations of races and whole societies for a pair of cheap boots.

Yup pretty much violence seems to be fine, but some words are not.. While I understand the bro's one, the my sack is gigantic one really has me wondering..

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This might be going a little bit too far. Yet things like Steamy Romance Novel are still there. Are they going to rewrite it into something wholesome? 🤔 Also /spit emote is being removed too. What's the new meta then? Fart and burp?

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I don't see the problem with this. While I doubt many, if any people actively complained, and most people never even noticed or cared, those achievements should never have been called that in the first place. I agree that changing them at this point won't really affect much but it's never to late to admit you were wrong and try to fix something.

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Lame!  The funny quest names and achievement titles are some of the best parts of the game.   If you make it all "p.c." then its really going to take away the uniqueness of the game.  Quit trying to fix things that aren't broken.   Address the big issues and focus on your storylines and expansions.   You are ruining the game by trying to make things better.  

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They should really consider maybe renaming the whole game in the future , I mean really , come one guys , if we try hard enough and REALLY look for double meanings/modern day vulgar slang we can really turn this into a child friendly +8 age game .

Who's with me ? 

P.S : up untill they renamed the first achievement, I really didn't care to actually ponder and think of the "hidden" meaning of sack...oh well,getting old I suppose , to me it just meant a huge bag

P.P.S : huge bag....hmmm....I need to see if this means something else now,I can't be sure now of anything being interpreted the wrong way

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On 9/4/2021 at 7:11 PM, Stan said:

"Bros. Before Ho Ho Ho's" has been renamed to "Holiday Bromance".

The next thing we know, Santa is being sued for sexism... 
"And that, kids, is why we can't have nice things celebrate Christmas" 😜

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