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12-25-2009 @ 3:16AM
I think my favourite thing about these posts isn't the old posts themselves, but going back and looking at the comments. All the people taking it for absolute gospel that the next expansion pack was going to be about the Maelstrom. The people who are basically treated like idiots for thinking it could be the Emerald Dream by the people who knew for 100% definate it was going to be the Maelstrom (who would later, ironically, be shown to be just as wrong as the ED people). The people quoting that post on Alakhazam giving the complete map of the future expansion as though it were gospel when we now know the guy admitted it was a hoax. Pandaren, Goblins as a neutral faction, Undermine as the new Dalaran...the speculation that somehow becomes morphed into "a given fact" in later months.Also the Martin Fury thing was good - but much better was the link in that post that referred back to a much earlier story about the 'lock on Aman'Thul trying to scam free epic flight and getting Pwned by a GM on the forums. RIP BRK'S Blog. My main was a hunter at this time. I've levelled a Pally (who was my main for a while) and now a Shaman...if BRK was still around I would probably still be playing the Hunter. I've not found a Blog as fun or informative as BRKs for any class in WoW since then....it really made playing a hunter feel great.
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