"World of Warcraft is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game released in 2004 by Blizzard Entertainment. It is the fourth released game set in the fantasy Warcraft universe, which was first introduced by Warcraft: Orcs & Humans in 1994."
World of Warcraft's (WOW) Soulstone - "Stores the soul of the target party or raid member, allowing resurrection upon death. Also castable to resurrect a dead target. Targets resurrect with 60% health and 20% mana. (15 Min Cooldown)"
Sounds familiar? It kind-of sounds like what the Soulstone microchip does, right? It stores the "soul" (consciousness) and if you implant it in the head of a clone body or a real body (body snatch), you can "resurrect" from the dead. One does not "come back" the same either... "Targets resurrect with 60% health."
Soulstone Microchip & Chipheads:
Donald Marshall (November 2013) - Blizzard [Entertainment] is heavily involved with cloning and illuminati,... I had to help them with games in the past... Bethesda and many others too
had to help make soundtracks and ideas for games... some of the songs they said at the time were too good to use for a video game... but they'd put it in anyway. Like a jingle for a cable company named Teevo that they made me make...was supposed to be just for a commercial, but they made it a full song, I'll try to find it.
meh can't find it, you get the idea,...