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3-15-2012 @ 11:38AM
"Whether Blizzard gives us more answers or not is up in the air -- however, given the amount of attention that particular announcement drew, I think it would probably behoove Blizzard to simply leave all the events surrounding the matter as a surprise. Because surprises are super fun."Unless they're of the "Surprise!! Theramore got smooshed offscreen while you were sleeping!! Go buy this book from us and you can find out what happened!!" variety. Then surprises are frustrating and annoying.
3-15-2012 @ 12:26PM
Just think - they could have an NPC there, with the first-ever in-game amazon link.
3-15-2012 @ 6:26PM
Pfft. Buy? If you just want to get the info, there IS a way to get ahold of it for free. It's actually a pretty old method. Something about a skull and crossbones... just kidding! There really is a tried and true method that's worked long before the birth of Christ. The library. /gasp! Some libraries either don't get the books in quickly, or at all. However, I believe that most are just fine, and you still can buy the book otherwise. They aren't really that expensive. Don't eat out as often, and you've already saved more than enough to buy it. If you don't like to read, tough luck. You're already missing out on a lot of really amazing stories, this one won't be the exception. Summary: Check your local library (see if they have some of the more recent ones to get an idea for Tides of War)Just spend the $15-20 on the book if that's your only legal option.Take some time away from WoW to read it.If you don't already, get into the habit of reading. There's almost certainly something out there for everyone.
3-15-2012 @ 6:46PM
I read quite a bit. Spending some of my precious book time reading poor quality fiction based on a game that I'm already paying to experience doesn't appeal to me.
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