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9-19-2011 @ 12:49PM
Yes, to you, some of us have not read the new novels yet, and have tried to avoid the spoilers. Thanks.
9-19-2011 @ 1:03PM
my science proves u wrong. XPhttp://abcnews.go.com/Technology/spoiler-alert-stories-ruined-surprise-ending-revealed-california/story?id=14282659
9-19-2011 @ 1:06PM
...these kinds of comments always baffle me, every time. If you're trying to avoid spoilers for the novels, why are you even on a WoW site? You know a novel just came out (or in this case a bunch) and that's all anyone going to be talking about on the site, anywhere. Are you just new to this sort of thing or something? This happens every time a new novel comes out, and people whine every time about being spoiled. It's just silly.When the Harry Potter novels were coming out and I was trying to avoid spoilers, I just stayed off the internet until I could read them. And lo, I managed to be unspoiled for the entire series. Which was a much harder task than just avoiding WoW Insider/MMO-C/forums, btw--it's not like everyone and their cousin cares about WoW lore and wants to gush/rant about it. It's really not that difficult.
9-19-2011 @ 1:16PM
"...and have tried to avoid the spoilers."Liar. Or maybe you're just very, very bad at it.
9-19-2011 @ 1:21PM
Just to clarify the logic here: you clicked the read more or comments link on a story on the blog that clearly has the word "preview" in the title. For you to claim you're trying to avoid spoilers after having done so is an obviously patent falsehood.
9-19-2011 @ 1:27PM
than log off and go read the damned books. If you care enough about the books that spoilers would ruin them for you, why have you not read them yet? I am willing to tolerate a 2-3 week embargo on "spoilers" but the Thrall book came out in JULY! Go read it or quit complaining./rant
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