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3-15-2012 @ 11:44PM
I think this is going to be a fall release myself. August/September. I also disagree that there is a lot to do once you have collected all your heroic gear. I suppose you could run some ALTs. My progression team is slowly mastering each heroic boss and soon there will be nothing in the game for me to really earn other than gold and really RNG based items, like the alchemy/archeology drake. Or darkmoon items. But I view those as painful grinds. But then, you can get a free copy of Diablo III while you wait. And although Diablo III beta isn't mindblowingly cool, it is still fun enough to keep people in the Blizzard family I think.
3-16-2012 @ 12:13AM
There wasn't anything mentioned about there being a lot to do raid-wise once Mists has been announced. In fact, "There are still a lot of things to do and be done in the game currently beyond Raid content." People tend to feel the need to do stuff they didn't do while it's still somewhat relevant. I'm sure the last couple of weeks of Cata will have a lot of old-tier raids, people grinding rep, doing dailies, and other stuff that they won't feel like doing/won't be able to do next expansion. It's like if you find out you're dying, suddenly you find stuff to do that you didn't think of or didn't care to do before.
3-16-2012 @ 12:51AM
Achievements, old world quests, PvP gear, level fishing/archaeology/cooking/first aid, maybe try a new profession, old raids/dungeons for transmog gear, the list goes on.There really is PLENTY to do at all times in World of Warcraft, just gotta look :)
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