Corpsegrinder – The World of Warcraft Character Inspired by George Fisher of Cannibal Corpse

Corpsegrinder – The World of Warcraft Character Inspired by George Fisher of Cannibal Corpse
Corpsegrinder – The World of Warcraft Character Inspired by George Fisher of Cannibal Corpse

Wikipedia: fact or fiction has been responsible for revealing the most relevant secrets of all artists loved by the collective.

My all time favorite video series of Loudwire, Wikipedia Fact or Fiction leads us to learn a little more about our favorite artists, who give truthful information about everything that is said about them through digital platforms, thus securing all the accurate information, while denying information that they lack support.

The idea of ​​carrying out this type of interview has generated a very positive reaction from the fans of the various artists presented, bringing them closer to their audience.

This initiative has already been carried out with various characters, great musical icons who have taken some of their time to participate in an entertaining way in this game of successes and mistakes called "Wikipedia: fact or fiction."

In this part, Wikipedia: fact or fiction has conducted an interview with an iconic musician, from the spectacular American death metal band Cannibal Corpse, this is George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher. This episode has been quite requested by all fans of the band and the work of this character for years, and, as expected, many of George's responses were interesting.

Fisher has openly declared himself a fan of World of Warcraft, and his passion for the game is quite palpable.

It turns out that George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher openly declared himself a complete World of Warcraft fan, the frontman of Cannibal Corpse indicated that he was somewhat surprised by the presence of a non-playable character that had certain characteristics similar to those the artist had mentioned sometimes.

Corpsegrinder spoke a little more openly about his passion for video games, especially World of Warcraft.

George has said that he completely identifies with the horde, so his character evidently belongs to it, he also said clearly that he declares himself anti-alliance and anti-blood elf, although he clarifies having no problem with the dwarf population.

Fisher surprises not only with the amount of accounts he has, but the amount of time he spent with each of these.

He is definitely not an average fan of World of Warcraft since it is known that it has at least about four different accounts in which it is averaged that it has at least reached level 70 in each of these.

It is really impressive to see how hundreds of artists we admire share some passions of which we thought they were exempt, especially since it is a video game that really involves investing a great deal of time and effort, not counting the multiple skills that they should be taken to reach certain important stages of these.

His passion for playing Wow is completely reflected by the way in which the artist expresses himself when referring to this game, and this is undoubtedly a symptom suffered by (in a good way) all those who share and enjoy a good moment with your PC games.

The creators of World of Warcraft rewarded Fisher's love by creating a character with his iconic name, Gorge the Corpsegrinder

George Fisher's passion was rewarded when the creators of the game brought the character Gorge the Corpsegrinder to the game. And having the opportunity to find a character like this among the game's collection is definitely a kind of tribute that the creators of Wow paid to this rocker, who has openly shown his love for the World of Warcraft.

The Corpsegrinder-inspired character is an intimidating Orc

The appearance of Gorge the Corpsegrinder is of an Orc quite intimidating with the characteristics that are really appreciated by the artist from whom they took inspiration. Although Fisher assumed that the name had deviated a bit from the original, this for legal reasons and not to make payments to the member of Cannibal Corpse, he did not care, and that is for any fan, to have a character inspired by him, he must be a really great fact which will only have pleasant memories every time you spend hours in front of the PC, enjoying Wow.

This is one of the most unusual gestures that the creators of Wow have made, surely they also have some kind of fanaticism with the band Cannibal Corpse or directly with the singer of the death metal band. Whatever the reason they decided to create this character, Fisher has enjoyed the whole thing in a great way, and it is not for less.

Surely this is a gesture that any fan of this popular video game would like for himself, who will remember the gesture for the rest of his life.

You can watch the full episode of the video where Cannibal Corpse's George 'Corpsegrinder' Fisher is with Graham Hartmann of Loudwire to prove and disprove what's written about him on Wikipedia.

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