Unlicensed WoW Theme Park in China is Hilarious and Scary

Everybody loves slightly off bootlegs! Now the world can enjoy them in the form of a Warcraft theme park.

Everybody loves slightly off bootlegs! Now the world can enjoy them in the form of a Warcraft theme park.

China is a country that’s pretty well known for it’s… “interesting” interpretations of some famous pre-existing IPs. Adding to the list of wonderful bootlegged creations, the unlicensed WoW theme park is now open to the public.

This World of Warcraft theme park is filled with some hilariously inaccurate depictions of famous characters and races from the Warcraft universe. Featured are some pictures uploaded by a Reddit user named Francesca.

That Gryphon looks a bit underfed.

China was historically known for having absolutely fabulous centaurs.

Just when you got your friends to stop making Kung-Fu Panda references.

Look, it’s Jaino Pradmorgh, famous Battlecraft character.

As can be seen from these images, while the statues themselves don’t look bad, they definitely do not look accurate. I really wonder what the folks at Blizzard think of this.

Although the characters do look a little bit weird, the last shot of the WoW park really looks quite lovely. They put a lot of effort into it, even though it’s unlicensed. If you ever find yourself in Jiangsu and want something interesting to do, well, you know where to go.

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Joseph Rowe

World traveling English teacher, writer, and aspiring front-end developer.