Gallery Of China's Bootleg World Of Warcraft Theme Park

January 16, 2013

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This is a series of photos from Redditor FrancescaO_O of China's recently opened Joyland World, an amusement park based on World of Warcraft. Of course they can't call it World of Warcraft, because that would require licensing rights, and why pay for those if you don't have to? Back me up, garage full of Ed Hardy t-shirts I printed myself and plan to sell on eBay! "Um, GW? These tags all say CAUTION: HIGHLY FLAMMABLE." *wink* They'll explode if exposed to self-tanner too.

Hit the jump for a ton more shots. I also like how the rides have a happiness index and the one they show is only 3 out of 5 stars. NOT A VERY HAPPY RIDE.

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Thanks to Slasha Slim, who heard a guy put his arms up on the Dungeon Raid Coaster of Doom and lost both hands. I believe it.

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