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1-19-2012 @ 11:19AM
You may already realize this, but no Blizzard employees are going to talk about new WoW developments until the content is released (or maybe in beta/PTR ).The following is courtesy of Adam fromhttp://wow.joystiq.com/2011/11/25/17-blizzard-employees-to-follow-on-twitter/@mikemorhaime Mike Morhaime, President & Co-Founder@rob_pardo Rob Pardo, Executive VP, Game Design@chrismetzen Chris Metzen, Executive VP, Story & Franchise Development@Hordeland Russell Brower, Director of Audio, Sound@mumper Cory Stockton, Lead Content Designer, World of Warcraft@davekosak Dave Kosak, Lead Quest Designer, World of Warcraft@neutralground Ilja Rotelli, Director, Global Community & eSports@robpsimpson Rob Simpson, eSports Program Manager@bashiok Bashiok, Community Manager@daxxarri Daxxarri, Community Manager@kaivaxblizzard Kaivax, Community Manager@lylirra Lylirra, Community Manager@sachant Nethaera, Community Manager@talkingcongas Zarhym, Community Manager@sdlistenin Shon Damron, PR Manager@kathunter Kat Hunter, Licensing Manager & BlizzCon Personality@kimaphan Kim Phan, Senior Producer & eSports Personality
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