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11-26-2010 @ 2:27PM
YO DAWG I HURD YOU LIKE SPOILERS, SO I PUT A SPOILER ON YOUR SPOILER SO YOU CAN GET SPOILED WHILE YOU GET SPOILED
11-26-2010 @ 2:33PM
If it's on live, it's not considered a spoiler.
11-26-2010 @ 2:35PM
I'll amend that - if it's on live and it's something anyone, even if they just started the game, can easily access, it's not considered a spoiler.For instance, the end of the LK fight, even when it was on live, was considered a spoiler by some.But a troll starting zone? Nope. Not a spoiler.
11-26-2010 @ 2:59PM
It's a strange idea- that if something's been easily accessible for any period of time, it's impossible to spoil it. Would it be considered spoilers if I were to post that Snape k- never mind.But I suppose things are different for mmos. And an informational WoW blog by definition should have a giant mental "spoiler" warning associated with it by default.
11-26-2010 @ 3:03PM
Editor's Note: This walk-through was performed on a druid. There will be small differences if you play a different class. Additionally, there are spoilers contained herein.Additionally, there are spoilers contained herein. You were warned about the spoilers if you read it anyway its your fault.
11-26-2010 @ 3:11PM
What part of "Cataclysm Troll Starting Area" does NOT give hint of spoilers.
11-27-2010 @ 9:59AM
"If it's on live, it's not considered a spoiler."I don't know why you got voted up for that, because that simply isn't true.You can just as easily have spoilers about live.Spoiling simply means showing content before the player has seen it himself.
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