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8-18-2009 @ 8:35PM
I really don't want to pick, but can wow.com please stop reffering to the next expansion by name until bliz says that's what the name is. Speculation is all fine and good but let's try and have some journalistic integrety, blog or not.Sorry it's just driving me crazy
8-18-2009 @ 8:42PM
WE know it's going to be Cataclysm even if they have not said it them self. Now if you want to keep hoping that it is fluffy bunnys go to ice land you can keep wishing till then.
8-18-2009 @ 10:57PM
if by 'know' you mean Blizzard has applied to trademark 'Cataclysm' therefore one of its current SIX unnamed titles in development is likely to have the name 'Cataclysm' making the odds of the new WoW expansion being called this 5 TO 1 AGAINST then yes we 'know'
8-19-2009 @ 1:33AM
I don't recall WoW.com EVER saying the next expansion will indeed be named "Cataclysm", but it is the best guess that there is to what the name will be since they have trademarked that name. we'll just have to wait and see for that. I personally like how they are caliing it by name, or what they believe the name to be. To me, that does show integrity, and that the bloggers and coloumnists here at WoW.com feel that their research, sources, and journalistic instincts are good enough for their readers. It's a blog that is updated often, if they happen to be wrong, they correct themselves and let us know what is going on. Keep up the good work guys! hope to see more on >CATACLYSM< soon.
8-19-2009 @ 2:12AM
Everyone knows what they're talking about when they call it Cataclysm. Easier than saying "WoW's anticipated, yet to be announced, unnamed expansion".I'm sure if it's called something else, we'll all start calling it that on the weekend (or whenever it's announced, just in case it's not at Blizzcon, perish the thought!) instead!
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