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3-09-2012 @ 12:52PM
So, if you guys are just sending Alex, is he allowed to share with the rest of the team to divvy up the workload for the large number of write-ups? Or does he have to write it all himself because he's under the NDA?Also, I'm not sure I want to read all about Mists from just Alex, to be honest. He's admitted to disliking what he's seen and learned about the expansion already. Will he be able to wrangle his opinions and present the information without tainting it with snarky comments and belittling it? I don't mind the blogger weighing in on topics, obviously, this is a blog afterall. But I'd really like the Mists information as straight from the source as possible.
3-09-2012 @ 1:10PM
3-09-2012 @ 1:34PM
Why is wowinsider only getting 1 slot? Isn't it the largest wow fansite?Seems like bad planning on Blizz's part.
3-09-2012 @ 1:42PM
@ukwestWoW Insider is not an official fansite.
3-09-2012 @ 3:18PM
On the other hand, by sending someone who is not utterly wowed by the idea of Mists of Pandaria, we can hope to read something that's not a complete fluff piece.
3-09-2012 @ 3:57PM
Official or not, it is the biggest, and if you are trying to stoke the media you contact the people with the largest draw.
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