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8-09-2011 @ 9:21AM
I don't feel like its a patch title at all. Plus, none of Cataclysm's patches thus far have been trademarked and plastered all over the net so far ahead of time, why would patch 4.3 and whatever it is called be any different?It's the next expansion, and its a complete 180 from the destruction of Cataclysm. It will be about new places and new races (and villains) to consider while the world rebuilds after Deathwing's demise.
8-09-2011 @ 9:36AM
Absolutely. At some point they had to come up with some new intellectual property. Would they introduce it slowly or not is another story. It will be an interesting Blizzcon for sure.
8-09-2011 @ 1:46PM
Well good thing you know what it is somehow.
8-09-2011 @ 10:15AM
Mobile phone or Facebook game.
8-09-2011 @ 10:43AM
Why would they trademark a patch name tho? Honest question here.Since we're speculating for the fun of it, I feel it's a B-side product related to WarCraft but not integrated into WoW; mobile or Facebook game?
8-09-2011 @ 11:02AM
I agree, I really don't understand why people are getting so worked up about this and bashing it as the title of a new expansion. On one hand they lambast the fact we're "running out of villians and story" and then on the other whine and complain whenever they do come up with new story and lore (looking at tauren sunwalkers). While there are a a few storylines to continue, there is room for more material, and I would like something different than "OMGZ!!! the world is going to end..........again"
8-09-2011 @ 12:44PM
I just don't want one race in both the Alliance and the Horde. Panda men are very cool and Pandaria, whatever it ends up being, could be an awesome place to experience. But a bi-faction playable panda's are not what I want to see.
8-09-2011 @ 1:41PM
People are assuming that Pandaren would become a playable race. What if we've been thinking about this all wrong?What if, if this is the new expansion, we arrive on Pandaria, and there are NO Pandaren anywhere. None. Zip. Zilch. They've vanished without a trace, and their towns are overrun by creatures, their farms are overgrown, and more. And it's up to us, the Alliance and the Horde, to explore this strange land, to find out what happened to the Pandaren... And while they're on Pandaria, which is deserted, the Alliance and Horde can fight for control over this new land... After all, we do need more A/H conflict.I really like this idea, because it keeps the Pandaren from being playable, and it's an interesting twist on the story.
8-09-2011 @ 2:07PM
You're all wrong. It's going to be the new Murlocalypse mini-game people will play while waiting to buy their Blizzcon tickets next year.
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