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5-22-2011 @ 1:57PM
I was able to get tickets, this will be my 4th Blizzcon. If you've never gone and have a chance to go, as a WoW player and a fan of Blizzard, you need to go at least once. It sent chills up my spine to see 20k WoW fans all in one place, normally we have to hide our love of the game, but not at Blizzcon. If you go out to bars and/or local restaurants they're filled with WoW players and Horde and Alliance t-shirts, you see guilds having meetings in hotel lobbies and people playing WoW on laptops all over the place. The lines SUCK, the crowds SUCK, but it is geek nirvana.
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