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10-06-2011 @ 11:04AM
While it may not be prudent for you to publish the "lot of rumors and unsubstantiated facts that have been floating around" in an official Wow Insider blog post, perhaps you could fill us in on some of the more juicy ones in the comments?
10-06-2011 @ 11:09AM
My translation: they may have some insider knowledge or strong suppositions but don't/can't spill the beans yet. Now we, on the other hand can throw down wild conjecture or otherwise wish/hope/guess til our fruity pebbles are all gone.
10-06-2011 @ 11:16AM
What if our pebbles are not fruity, but rather, of the cocoa persuasion?
10-06-2011 @ 11:19AM
Cocoa pebbles is my favorite cereal of all time. It has withstood the, "They are too sweet" label you place on things as you get older. That said, fruity pebbles seemed to fit the ramble I was on. Feel free to substitute cereals as needed. :p
10-06-2011 @ 11:36AM
Keep in mind that WoW Insider is a blog that is not officially sanctioned, managed, or supported by Blizzard. Their access to information is based solely on the contacts they have in the company, and while their blog is likely one that the Blizzard CMs and Devs pay attention to, there's nothing "official" or "authorized" about what happens on this blog. All that being said, Holisky's reluctance to do any tinfoil-hattery re: the next expansion probably has more to do with the absence of any more information than what's already known: Blizzard filed a trademark for a computer product called "Mists of Pandaria" in a manner that mirrors their trademark filings for past expansions. There really hasn't been any other information, whether datamined, rumoured, leaked, or what-have-you, to support or debunk the possibility that this trademark is for the next expansion to WoW. If Holisky and the WoW Insider team are privy to any unreleased information, they are likely bound by an NDA to not discuss it, and are acting with professional courtesy in being subtle about it. My suspicion is that they don't know anything new; Blizzard is being much more careful about controlling the flow of information this time around, which is why we didn't see any unexpected model leaks on the 4.3 PTR.
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