Blizzard Held a StarCraft Wedding in South Korea

Tonight, former StarCraft pro NaDa had the most fitting wedding ceremony you could imagine: at the Legacy of the Void launch party.

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As tipster Sang points out, the ceremony was livestreamed on Twitch and the Blizzard Afreeca channel.

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How’s this for an entrance?

And here is NaDa’s bride, whom he met while in college, with an elegant entrance.

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If wouldn’t be a wedding if someone wasn’t fussing with the bride’s dress.

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Or an altar with a giant StarCraft logo behind it.

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“I do!”

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Honestly, it was like most weddings. There was a song.

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More dress fussing.

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Parents.

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Messages from Mike Morhaime. You know, the usual.

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And sincere displays of gratitude.

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Congrats to the young couple!

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DISCUSSION

DanielDay-Lewis
DanielDay-Lewis

Eh, I was expecting more of a zerg ceremony where they say the vows and then the hydralisk priest says “you may now assimilate.” Then a zerg queen comes on stage and dumps a bunch of larva on them which infects and puts them in a cocoon. The bride and groom then emerge from said cocoon as a merged mass of a human/zerg mutation. “Until death do us apart” would literally be the only way to separate them unless they try to go through a risky divorce procedure.

But hey, I respect their culture too.