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10-22-2011 @ 9:48AM
So they're serious?
10-22-2011 @ 10:10AM
They're serious ._.
10-22-2011 @ 10:17AM
... Yeah, serious.Pretty sure the Annual Pass was done for damage control of losses.
10-22-2011 @ 10:47AM
I see it's still not safe to express one's opinion (that is not "ZOMGZ THIS IS SO AWESOME!"). Maybe next week.
10-22-2011 @ 11:24AM
No, this is the most expensive and elaborate hoax in video game history.When the expansion is released, you'll open the box, and inside of it will be a slightly smaller box with the expansion's real name: Waves of Grrgllmrrgll.It will be entirely about murlocs and and take place on the great island of Grrgllmrrgll, where you will unlock the secrets of murloc society. You will visit their majestic capital, Fishrot, carved into the hollowed-out carcass of a whale shark. You will also be able to learn the murloc language, which will be incredibly important because all of the quests will be written in it. in order to help you learn the language, inside of the box you will find a murloc phrase book and an audio CD guaranteed to teach you murloc in just four short weeks!That's not all! It will also introduce the murloc race, which is killed on site by both factions, and the new Coastrunner class, which cannot equip any armor but has the ability to run really fast and yell for help when it's almost dead. King Mrgl-Mrgl will teach these new and powerful abilities to the Horde and Alliance.The villain of the expansion is Neptulon's less successful cousin, Kurt the Tidewasher, who is seeking to transform the Maelstrom into a giant laundromat (just the latest in a series of bad investment opportunities)! You must stop him before his ambition washes the coasts of Azeroth in waves of sudsy doom!Waves of Grrgllmrrgll, coming never!
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