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8-31-2011 @ 4:06PM
if it wasnt for the fact that the mist of pandaria copyright was a computer game title copyright i would be more inclined to give him credence here
8-31-2011 @ 4:13PM
This, exactly. He completely ignored it.
8-31-2011 @ 4:17PM
There exists a lot more to "computer game" outside of a WoW expansion. Mist of pandera could easily be a facebook or a smart phone (iDevice or android) game. Not to mention the copyright wasn't just for "computer game" but for anything related to video/computer game and related materials. The category of that copyright is very broad in definition.
8-31-2011 @ 5:00PM
Exactly what I thought, they are just trying to dodge the speculation for the next month and a half.Boub is almost never wrong, he isnt on this either.
For me, what seals the deal on "Mists of Pandaria" being the next expac is the inclusion of "mousepads" in the trademark goods & services description. Seems like an odd item when compared next to things like computer game software and discs, but not so odd when you consider that the CEs of each of the previous expansions have included unique mousepads.The trademark registrations for both Wrath and Cata indicate "mousepads" as well (though for some reason, BC's doesn't).In sum, nice try Chilton but Mists of Pandaria is almost certainly the next expac for WoW.
9-01-2011 @ 12:21AM
"if you look at traditionally how we've handled that race it's been in those secondary products because we haven't realized it in the world."Hey Tom, you know what's a good excuse to "realize something into the world"? A freaking expansion!
9-01-2011 @ 3:36AM
@Rhorle: Except the copyright filing specifically mentions discs and mousepad comprising part of the product in its entirety; to me, that precludes Facebook or smart-phones.
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