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8-11-2007 @ 2:43AM
I think you all have to agree that BlizzCon was a major event where we learned a lot of interesting stuff about World of Warcraft. And, strangely enough, this is a blog about World of Warcraft, so we feel compelled to cover events of this nature. And, by all of the accounts I have, a heck of a lot of people have enjoyed our coverage.This post is for people who didn't make the event but who would like to know what happened at the event. Instead of sorting through all the posts from the past week, they can stop in here, see what they might be interested in, and move on. For those people, I think this is a useful summation.But for those of you (everyone reading this?) who are utterly sick of it, I'm sure you'll be happy to know we aren't planning on posting BlizzCon stuff forever. :p
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