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10-21-2011 @ 2:49PM
Going on record here three hours out just to see how close I get:Mists of Pandaria. Summer '12. Neutral Pandaren send representatives to both factions pleading for help for mysterious something wiping out their race on previously unknown continent in the south. Race between Alliance and Horde to get their first and open it up, a la Quel'danas, Firelands, etc. etc. Opens in stages with in-game events.New level cap of 90. No new playable races. 1 new playable class. Don't really want to guess on this one, but how 'bout: Monk class which is trained only by neutral Pandaren?Revamp/overhaul of secondary professions, especially archaeology. Burning Crusade areas get the Cataclysm treatment (overhauled quests, flyable zones). Some sort of revamp to the talent tree system.And, if my first guess about no new races is wrong, I'll go with Pandaren/Horde and .... erg, I dunno ... Ethereals for Alliance.Or then again ... maybe my original guess was right: http://wow.joystiq.com/2011/05/13/the-queue-three-of-the-four-winds/comments/34037643/Looking forward in three hours to seeing how good I am at detecting these things .
10-21-2011 @ 10:57AM
Also wishing to go on record as saying .... please, dear god, let WoWInsider announce a new commenting system ... this one posted my original, unedited post with a couple of things that drive English majors like me wild and now I can't edit it. That's what I get for attempting to tangle with the comment system on three hours of sleep. :-PFeel like Neil Goldman, when he said ... "How about we fire up the old Segway and find a nice quiet field to do long division in? .... I mean, a nice quiet field in which to do long division. Sorry, sorry, everybody.''Yeah. I wrote "get their first" when I meant "get there first." Sorry. Sorry everybody.Heh. Us grammar nerds.
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