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10-24-2010 @ 9:34AM
Highlights: the lore panel and Metzen's "Geek Is". The man was on fire. Entertaining, interesting and insightful in all panels and interviews he did. The art panel was also stunning, the 15 minute video had so much in it I could watch that several times over. Oh and Jay Mohr, he had me in stitches.Low lights: The costume and dance contest. Someone at Blizzard really needs to sift the wheat from the chaff on costumes, some of them were so poor that I became numb to spotting the really good ones. Also the live band with the dancing didn't work for me. The music didn't fit, it was delayed and the dancers didn't really get to show their stuff most of the time.Final note: I've been lucky enough to go to Blizzcon 08 and 09. This was my first year watching via PPV. Direct TV did a superb job and when I go to my next con I will buy the TV ticket in addition to the actual ticket because you see so much that you miss when there.
10-24-2010 @ 11:49AM
GEEK is was by far my favourite moment. I loved it and I love that man even if I now have a major quibble with him and how it appears he views Jaina. It's not the Jaina/Thrall thing as much as he was all, "you think Jaina has Green-Fever?" Ugh! Like it would be just her - or that it's HER fault that the two guys associated with her went nuts. Uhm... hello - writing! (also, Kael fancied her, not the other way around, so DERP!) If they put her with Wryn where all she can do is go: "Calm down dear!" for the rest of her days, I'll go APE-POOPY!If Jaina isn't going to be with someone who is a friend and an equal who shares her hopes and goals then let her stand on her own and keep calling Wrynn on his CRAP.Wow... Holy Off-Topic Batman. XD Sorry.
10-24-2010 @ 3:27PM
yes, the DTV stream was much, much better this year, fully enjoyable. LAst year sucked big./now, blizz, I realize you want to be nice to the people who went there, but any chance we could cut down that 4-6 week wait for Deathy?
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