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News pre-Blizzcon

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Pretty much every site will get white-washed with news from Blizzcon once it starts. Here is some other news til then! The calendar of events has been updated to include a ‘preview’ opening session; it’d be either Icecrown Citadel raid or rumoured Cataclysm expansion. WoR also have a floor map which gives you some context of event’s scale.

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News pre-Blizzcon

Official 3.2 Trailer and Patch Notes

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009

Along with patch 3.2, Blizzard released another fancy content patch/expansion trailer. As always it is very well put together. Enjoy watching it as I’m sure it the most of 3.2 you will get to see tonight.

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Official 3.2 Trailer and Patch Notes

Official WoW Armory App for iPhone

Thursday, July 16th, 2009

Being a Blackberry user myself I can’t actually tell you how much this new app rocks, but I can tell you that it looks really nice! Nethaera Ever wanted to check your raid schedule, look up a piece of PvP gear, or concoct a new talent spec while on the go? The new World of Warcraft Mobile Armory app for iPhone and iPod touch lets you access the official Armory database from anywhere you have a mobile connection, and features much of the same functionality as the Armory website ( http://www.wowarmory.com ), including: Search for and view any character, item, guild, or Arena team in World of Warcraft. Seamlessly import your own character, guild, and Arena team profiles

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Official WoW Armory App for iPhone

TweetCraft: Azeroth and Twitter Collide

Sunday, July 5th, 2009

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past year or live a very sheltered life, you will certainly know what Twitter is, and the fact that you are on this website is a good clue that you know that World of Warcraft is.

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TweetCraft: Azeroth and Twitter Collide

Isle of Conquest QA and Pictures!

Thursday, June 18th, 2009

There is an in depth Q&A on the official page with Lead Content Designer Cory Stockton, here is that interview as well as recently released first look SS’s of the new battleground. As it’s something that has been discussed at length for some time now within the community, where are we at with allowing for players to obtain experience through Player vs.

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Isle of Conquest QA and Pictures!

BlizzCon Pet is a Grunty Murloc

Monday, May 11th, 2009

Earlier today MMOC showed a new in-game pet datamined from the new PTR game files and speculated that it might be the BlizzCon present for attending. Tonight Blizzard confirmed those rumors announcing that the pet would be given to those attending as well as those buying the DirectTV package

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BlizzCon Pet is a Grunty Murloc

The Forums

Monday, May 11th, 2009

Fear not, the forums are still in the same location they have always been: http://deathknight.info/forum I can’t seem to find a blog design, I’ll settle on something soon…I think. There are more changes coming. Third times a charm

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The Forums

World of Warcraft is an NBA Sponsor

Friday, May 8th, 2009

So I’m watching the Lakers play the Rockets tonight and as I’m walking back into the room from a beer run I notice that one of the score recaps is brought to me by “ World of Warcraft “. I kind of snickered at first cause it fits Blizzard well trying to fit into the mainstream, but then I got to thinking this was the first I have heard of an NBA sponsorship

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World of Warcraft is an NBA Sponsor

Can’t Make Blizzcon? Buy the Internet Stream and Still get the In-Game Item.

Friday, May 8th, 2009

In case you haven’t heard, BlizzCon tickets go on sale May 16th and the event is August 21-22. Like last year, you can buy the Direct TV package so that you can watch the event on TV, really helpful for those that can’t make it to California. But what about that vast majority that doesn’t have DirectTV?

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Can’t Make Blizzcon? Buy the Internet Stream and Still get the In-Game Item.

Activision Blizzard Is Drowning in Cash

Thursday, May 7th, 2009

Activision Blizzard announced that first quarter earnings topped initial estimates coming in at $981 million in revenue. CEO Bobby Kotik said “Our better-than-expected first quarter results were driven by strong global consumer response to the Call of Duty and Guitar Hero franchises and Blizzard Entertainment’s World of Warcraft , despite challenging economic times”. Challenging economic times?

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Activision Blizzard Is Drowning in Cash