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DK stands for Death Knight (gaming)

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From the design behind the game's title sequence of the nefarious Lich King raising the dragon Sindragosa from her icy grave as an undead horror, to sweeping landscapes of the new continent of Northrend, to character designs for new undead enemies (and Death Knight player characters
From the design behind the game's title sequence of the nefarious Lich King raising the dragon Sindragosa from her icy grave as an undead horror, to sweeping landscapes of the new continent of Northrend, to character designs for new undead enemies (and Death Knight player characters
In addition, the console game offers a thirty percent increase in battleground viewing area; -- Addition of pop-up menus in lieu of a side panel menu to help describe status of selected building or unit, which makes controlling the player's army quick and easy; -- Six new Full Motion Video (FMV) sequences as well as all the original FMV footage; -- Expansion of military unit groups to 16, allowing players to move more units; -- Robust artificial intelligence that counters the player's every move; -- Challenging creatures and strategic weapons that include: dragons, submarines, archers, griffins, zeppelins, battleships and death knights.
Other death-defying creatures include the Scrag, a hovering amphibious beast who shoots missiles with deadly accuracy; Zombies, dead humanoids who rip chunks of flesh from their heads to hurl as a weapon; Death Knights, deadlier cousins of the Knights with powerful charges emitting from their swords; the underwater terrors -- giant piranha-like Rotfish; the Shambler, an abominable beast that rips attackers with his giant horned hands and blasts them with deadly accurate super-bolts of lightning; the Vore, a fearsome ancient spider-like creature; and finally the Chthon, a gigantic lava-dwelling beast.