Let's hope that somehow, Blizzard will do an in-game NPC or put a TB reference... he deserve it.
TotalBiscuit was a hero of mine. My condolences go out to Genna and Orion. RIP :(
Damn, it can't be true :C but it had even receded u.u So sad...I wish support to his family, rest in peace.
Farewell sweet prince
Lets hope its a good and visible npc and not some minor tribute in a far corner of the world. He was a great man and a great addition to the Blizzard community with his starcraft work and wow videos.
He did some things I don't agree with to this day and made mistakes like any human being, but to die to cancer... My condolences to Genna, Orion, and all of TB's friends. We lost a good one folks.
RIP TB. I found out last night and both me and my husband were just torn, crying as well as remembering fond memories of your shows.Blizz should put the next mage food in as Total Biscuits or something as a tribute to him.
Hate or love him, this is awful for his friends and family. My prayers go to them.
may he find peace now T_T
There should be a transmoggable top hat on the store where all the proceeds will be donated to cancer research. I'm not talking about a timed charity, I'm talking permanent.
RIP, Totalbiscuit. Gave the "TRH" video another view, for old time's sake. Definitely withstood the test of time.
He shall be missed by me!
It sucks this happened so soon after the recent announcement he made. When I saw it, it was apparent that there might not be much time left but it was implied he at least had months, maybe years, left to spend time with his family. It also sucks that he got cancer to begin with.While I didn't always agree with him or his conduct, his content was well-articulated and made an impression on myself and, based on the response to the news, many others. I would like to think he did a great job at teaching people on how to be critical and how (and perhaps how not) to receive critical remarks themselves and I personally try to incorporate some of the methods he used when having discussions with others.His sense of ethics was also fantastic and the content he produced was more in the interest of getting a message out there rather than trying to bait for views and cash with a malformed piece of work. Yet despite not using methods commonly used to fast track one's way to success (afaict), he became a highly influential force in the industry through his massive exposure of indie games, the Starcraft II scene, and advocacy for consumer-friendliness among other things....It'll be hard to find others who could possibly match him especially in this industry. Rest in peace, Totalbiscuit.
Always sad to lose someone to cancer, even more at such young age.I wasn't aware of his work/contribution, my condolences to everyone who knew him or grief in they're own way.Rest in peace fellow azerothian.
Deeply sad about his passing away. Will always be a fan of his criticism. Also, my condolences to Genna and his family. =(
kinda hope blizzard do some sort of tribute for him, though im very tempted now to buy his announcer pack on sc2
Never heard of him. But I wish him a good journey.