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7-06-2008 @ 10:50AM
Blizzard have said, a number of times, you will not 'require' TBC to get WOTLK. Leveling issues aside, it's not considered an official requirement. Also, look at the slant on the picture with the printers mark.. the page goes off at an angle, yet to the mark is very up and down.Looks cool and all, but I'm going to call fake here. Sorry Zach.
7-06-2008 @ 11:11AM
I don't understand how it wouldn't require TBC. "Leveling issues aside". You can't just put them aside..... it's imperative. And they could easily have changed their mind. And even if it is not "technically" required in the code or something to install it, what company wouldn't put that logo on there to save their butts from people who buy it then try to sue them because their little 60 couldn't go kill Arthas. The Printer's Mark thing... it's hard to tell, because the page is white against a white background, but you might have a point. Looks legit to me, but I dunno.
7-06-2008 @ 11:37AM
I'd be curious to see how they handle this expansion *without* requiring TBC. I'm sure there are ways to do it, I'm just not sure what those ways would be unless more content is being added to get players from 60-70 without going to Outland. That would be nice. :)
7-06-2008 @ 12:09PM
Without BC you could still make a level 55 DK...
7-06-2008 @ 12:10PM
Please cite a single source that verifies this.I've never heard anything of the sort and if I can buy vanilla wow + Lich King and go straight to 80 without having to get BC in between and just not be able to go to outland (boo hoo) then that is something I find rather remarkable.
7-06-2008 @ 3:08PM
Blizzard has stated they weren't sure if it would require BC.
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