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10-11-2008 @ 7:21PM
I have to say I enjoyed the interview as well and if you have watched any of the episodes and seen these people do what they do so well, even in text you can imagine just how they are saying every single word. I thoroughly enjoyed it and I think that as long as you asked them if you could post what they said pre-interview then it's fine and I found it a welcome addition to the rest.As for their levels, I think Felicia has said in the past she doesn't play as much anymore because she found herself playing WoW instead of going to auditions. I think it was awesome of them to give us their real levels and characters instead of just rattling off "Level 70 so and so". They may be (omg) "casual gamers" but they have a pretty firm finger on the pulse of gaming culture or the show wouldn't be such a success. Level /= Experience. I just wish there was more of the interview to read.
10-12-2008 @ 7:10AM
Damn, so many bad comments here!People are getting mistaken about "blogging" and journalism for some reason, i never got that. No, i am not a big fan of Mike Schramm either (specially his constantly interrupting guest in the WoW Insider show) But hey, he is a blogger, and did a interview and is trying to provide the experience of Blizzcon for those who could not attend to (like myself).For that, I appreciate, and sorry for calling the interview boring. Personally I dont like to read a wall of interview, but hey, there it a good experience and you can actually picture some of the events during the interview by reading the text.Did you guys get the chance to take photos with The Guild cast? That would be really cool.
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