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4-12-2009 @ 6:32AM
What kind of article is this? Everything you wrote is pure speculation with nothing to back it up."Yes, there may be a mystery fifth project, but an expansion announcement is far more likely at this point." Yeah? and you know this to is 100% true how ?"If there's a raid coming in 3.2, they've been incredibly mum about it...(more BS)...I have my reasons for doubting it, but there's still time for me to be proven wrong." Please tell us those reasons because SURELY you at least one more than, "blizz cant make a new BG and raid instance at the same time!"Then for the other half of your so called article you just went on and on about what the next expansion could be instead of elaborating on the TITLE "why we should expect a expansion announcement at blizzcon".OH by the way, saying "I anticipate", "Im willing to put money on", "We've had a lot of hints and solid information(where is it b/c I dont see it in this article)" DOESNT give you credibility it makes you look like a know-it-all and an ignorant douche. It also doesnt reflect well on you as a blogger, reporter, definitely not as journalist and the worse bit, it wastes reader's time!
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