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Via: NetEase
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One of China's biggest news sites NetEase reports that on Warcraft's opening day in Fuzhou, a man decided to attend the big event with his lovey dearest..Looks like she wasn't having the best time.



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Via: aphoenix
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Information just wants to be free... For those out there otherwise unaware this means that all five expansion packs have been consolidated into the basic game, which is $20 before starting up with the monthly subscription fee. 

Can't help but hear the tortured cries of those souls that perished in the closing of Nostalrius in the background though...

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Just yesterday we reveled in the 11th anniversary of the god amongst men, Leeroy Jenkins.



And now we've this sequence of glorious WoW gold. Only thing is, and I can't imagine I'm the only one thinking this, but can we get Leeroy in on this sh*t? Just a brief cameo role? I mean, come onn.

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Via: vaxzone
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Oh, just a btw, but this cosplay is actually executed to perfection by Lady Angelus...so perhaps, Queen of Warcraft Cosplay?

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Via: battle.net
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Assistant game director Ion Hazzikostas responded to a forum thread about expensive vendor items, and actively tried to dismantle the widespread belief that there exists a feeling of consensus in a world as massive and diversified as WoW's. He wrote:

"If I’d instead posted that we were going to reconsider and massively reduce the prices of the cosmetic items on this vendor, there would be other people feeling like their feedback was ignored.

It’s exceptionally rare that everyone wants the same thing,” he added. “And even then, there is a large silent majority that does not post on forums. If there were actual unanimity regarding a certain issue, we would change our design: For example, early on in Warlords, we changed Group Finder loot from Personal back to Need/Greed until we could iterate on Personal loot further, and the community overwhelmingly told us that was a dumb idea. The change was reverted within 2 days.”

He wrapped up his response by honing in on the value of tailoring different kinds of content to different groups, as opposed to just issuing one 'low common denominator' that lacks any real excitement, for anyone.

“If an awesome mount comes exclusively from PvP, the majority of players who don’t participate in PvP yet desire the mount would prefer that it were otherwise,” Hazzikostas explained. “If our goal were to please a majority, we would likely have to make a version of that mount also available through raiding, and one also available through outdoor questing and reputation, at the very least. But doing that would dilute the reward itself. Ultimately, the approach we take is usually to tailor different content and rewards that can feel special to different groups, rather than trying to come up with a lowest common denominator that isn’t special to anyone.”

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