Super Taunt (EVERY character must attack this minion.)
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- Fitch has worked for Blizzard since 1992, including work on World of Warcraft and the original StarCraft engine. At the time the company - then named Silicon & Synapse - was only 10 months old, and Fitch was brought in to work on its current title, Rock n' Roll Racing. This was Fitch's first game. Since then he has "engineered on pretty much everything we have ever made or designed, or helped or tested or whatever", stating, "if there is a game, I have worked on it". Fitch did all the AI programming for Warcraft, Warcraft II and Warcraft III, as well as "high-end game balance", combat systems and "all the high-end loot" for vanilla World of Warcraft.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Fitch turned up for his original Blizzard interview in a shirt "that has a Tasmanian devil eating a peace symbol on the front, and says I love toxic waste on the back". Fitch deliberately wore the shirt to the interview, inspired by the film Real Genius, and thus successfully struck a chord with the company. Interviewer Allen Adham recalls, "We knew if somebody came in a suit to the interview, then they wouldn’t be a cultural fit. So when Bob rolled up in a I love toxic waste T-Shirt, we knew he was probably the guy. "
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References[edit | edit source]
- Google+ profile. Retrieved on 2014-10-19.
- LinkedIn profile. Retrieved on 2014-10-19.
- Bob Fitch Twitter profile. Retrieved on 2014-12-04. - I have worked as a Software Engineer for Blizzard since 1992. I love AI and compilers. I like hockey, poker, D&D, and generally playing any kind of game.
- Bob Fitch on Twitter. (2015-11-09).
- BlizzCon 2016 Blizzard 25th Anniversary Panel Transcript. (2016-12-20).
- Wowpedia on Twitter. (2016-11-05).
- Official Battle.net Gallery.