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10-21-2011 @ 8:37AM
My predictions:The new XPac *will* be mists of Pandaria, however the Panadaren themselves will not be all that important to the plot. The continent will have a lot more to it than just being the home to the Pandaren and the mists will relate to something sinister and/or evil that has either been building its power or has been released there. I would not be entirely suprised if the Pandaren themselves have all been wiped out by the time we get there and we have to discover the mystery of their society through archeology if we're interested. This seems less likely now that it looks like the SC2 portrait is a living Pandaren, though.I think Blizz might suprise everyone by not making the new level cap 90 as many are assuming, but rather 95 in response to the complaints that the Cata leveling experience was too short and curtailed.A lot of the features will be designed to take the game back to "casual friendly" nature of Wrath.Each expansion brings one or more major update or addition that has nothing to do with raiding, instances or story - the addition of flight, vehicle-based combat, the new 1-60 experience etc. I think this expansion's big new feature will be redesigned character models and we will get our first glimpses of at least Human and Orc redesigns in the trailer.Matt Mcurley's prediction that Blizzard are going to completely remove talents altogether will prove completely wrong.
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