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Can the WoW Magazine quote you on that?

The World of Warcraft Official Magazine has historically featured blurbs from players on all kinds of subjects, and now they want even more of them for upcoming issues. It could even be your quote that makes it to its hallowed pages! Players from both the United States and Europe have the opportunity to contribute their thoughts on a variety of topics, including advice for new 85s, tips for Battle for Gilneas and Twin Peaks, opinions on the hardest raid for its time, and more. Links for U.S. players are below, and links for EU players are after the cut.

Get a Quote in the Official WoW Magazine
The Official World of Warcraft magazine is looking for a few good quotes, and they could be yours! Hit any of the below threads for a variety of topics, give your best tip, hint, or response, and you could be quoted in a future issue.

Have at 'em:

Do you have any gaming superstitions?
http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/2301732824

Where's the craziest place you've played WoW from?
http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/2301722702

Blackrock Depths memories.
http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/2301732829

What was the most difficult raid for its time?
http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/2301732828

What advice would you give someone that just hit 85?
http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/2301732827

Battle for Gilneas and Twin Peaks tips.
http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/2301632945#1

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Filed under: Blizzard

WoW Magazine now shipping

Several people have told us via our feedback page that they have received theirWorld of Warcraft Official Magazine in the mail. Last month, we got to see the preview and now many subscribers already have them in hand.

The WoW Magazine is a quarterly publication that is available via subscription only. U.S. subscriptions begin at $39.95 for a year and subscriptions are available to other countries at different rates. Our tipsters have described the magazine as having a graphic novel feel to them.

Did you subscribe to the magazine? If so, have you received your copy? We would love to read your reviews in the comments if you have.

Filed under: News items

WoW magazine preview now online

The World of Warcraft magazine, which hit a bit of a bump when it lost its Editor-in-Chief some time ago, is showing off some preview pages from its maiden issue. The whopping 40-page preview gives a glimpse of the magazine, which is scheduled to arrive at subscribers' doorsteps before the year is out (they're running out of time). The 148-page, advertising-free magazine is only available through subscription and will not be out on store shelves.

The quarterly magazine is available in one- and two-year subscriptions of at least $39.95 and $69.95 respectively (price varies depending on your location). Published by Future PLC, the company behind official licensed magazines of XBox, PlayStation, and other magazines such as ImagineFX, PC Gamer, and T3, the World of Warcraft official magazine is as visually stunning as the other titles in its stable, albeit somewhat light on text. The magazine shows off exclusive commissioned art, such as some gorgeous pieces by fantasy art star and Dungeons & Dragons veteran Wayne Reynolds.

The first issue's articles include lore visitations such as the story behind Sylvanas Windrunner, columns on class roles, and even an interview with vanity pet guru Breanni of warcraftpets.com. The art and lay-out of the magazine looks gorgeous and seems to be a seamless fusion between the World of Warcraft aesthetic and Future PLC titles, although it remains to be seen how a quarterly print magazine can keep up-to-date material with an ever-changing online world. At any rate, the archival magazine looks beautiful, even if players might be better served by online, current articles on the game.

Filed under: Analysis / Opinion, Fan stuff, Odds and ends, Blizzard

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