14-Feet, Lifesize Arthas Menethil Statue in Taiwan

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In a blue post today, Blizzard Entertainment unveiled a life-size, 14-foot statue of Lich King Arthas Menethil.

A king arose this summer in Taiwan in the form of a bronze sculpture of the Lich King, Arthas Menethil. This 14 foot, 4,000-pound statue lords over Calligraphy Greenway in Taichung, Taiwan in celebration of the Taiwanese gaming community.

Watch this short behind-the-scenes video.

But, let’s be honest, in an unholy deathmatch between Lord Loren Soth and Prince Arthas Menethil, the former is vastly superior than the latter.

Our proof, Lich King Arthas Menethil was killed by random adventurers while Death Knight Lord Loren Soth, no mortal soul has ever defeated.

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    Arthas Takes Up Residence in Taiwan
    Arthas Takes Up Residence in Taiwan

    Arthas Menethil comes to life as an epic 14-foot statue in Taiwan.

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