BlizzCon 2009 kicks off with Cataclysm

[UPDATE] BlizzCon 2009: World of Warcraft expansion announced at Blizzard's annual expo; goblins, Worgen werewolf race to be playable, level cap raised to 85; Diablo III monk class announced; first trailer inside.

ANAHEIM, California--Three numbers: eight, 20,000, 125. Their significance? In just eight minutes, 20,000 people handed over $125 to buy out every last ticket to attend Blizzard Entertainment's annual gaming event, BlizzCon. That, despite the fact that Blizzard expanded its presence at the Anaheim Convention Center this year, securing four exhibition halls to make room for an additional 5,000 attendees.

20,000 people x $125 = $2.5 million

Anyone who even remotely follows the goings-on of Blizzard probably has a good idea about what all the fuss is about. Since its merger with Activision last year, the company has gone into overdrive with its product portfolio. First, the company announced the long-awaited Diablo III at the 2008 Blizzard Invitational in Paris last year. Four months later, Blizzard trifurcated its sci-fi real-time strategy game Starcraft II, the first installment of which was delayed to the first half of 2010 earlier this month.

More than that, though, the publisher has its 800-pound-gorilla of a massively multiplayer online role-playing game World of Warcraft still going strong. With some 11 million subscribers across the globe clamoring for new content, Blizzard is due to make good on its target of annual expansions. In late June, Blizzard filed to trademark the name "Cataclysm" with the US Patent and Trademark Office, a name many believe to be the title for WOW's next major add-on.

BlizzCon 2009 will feature a variety of activities catering to the tastes of Warcraft, Starcraft, and Diablo fans. Those in attendance will be able to play prereleased builds of Blizzard's upcoming games, including Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty and Diablo III. The show will also include a variety of panels from Blizzard developers, casual and competitive tournaments, contests, a silent auction, and a merchandise store. Oh, and the Prince of Darkness himself, Ozzy Osbourne, will apparently be here as well.

And as is customary, Blizzard will set the tone for its gala with opening remarks from CEO and cofounder Mike Morhaime. What secrets does this game master play gatekeeper to? Those answers will come in the next few minutes...

[11:26] With five minutes to go before Blizzard is scheduled to take the stage, BlizzCon attendees have packed the cavernous Anaheim Convention Hall seemingly to capacity.

[11:27] WOW's login screen currently states that Blizzard will be collecting non-personal system specifications data in the very near future...a sign of things to come?

[11:27] A thick white smoke pervades the massive main hall. An overworked dry ice machine, or the condensing fumes from the horde of WOW aficionados?

[11:30] Blizzard's hallmark tunes ring from gigantic speakers suspended from the ceiling. The music is at once lighthearted in the vein of WOW's wholesome villages and then discordant to fit Diablo's mood.

[11:30] From a vantage point in front of the hall, the smoke and the crowd seem to extend to eternity, with no end of people in sight. Now would be a very, very bad time for someone to pull the fire alarm.

[11:31] Here we go, the lights dim, and the announcer welcomes the crowd. The crowd cheers back.

BlizzCon organizers extend some helping hands.

[11:31] No health-care debate town hall riots here.

[11:31] Not yet, anyway.

[11:32] Blizzard's Gary Platner takes the stage.

[11:32] Platner asks the crowd how they're doing. Apparently, they are doing well.

[11:32] Platner, who is one of the lead artists on WOW, says that Blizzard listens to its players.

[11:33] He regales the crowd with a post complaining about pet peeves expected at BlizzCon. Apparently, someone doesn't like real people speaking in l33t sp3ak. "L-O-L," he jokes.

[11:33] Apparently people want to fight you in real life just for not being horde. No pandering is occurring here, that's for sure.

[11:35] There are over 1,700 PCs here today. Would you like to know more?

[11:35] Platner is running through some administrative announcements: Please, only one collector's program per attendee. Thanks.

[11:35] "Ladies and gentleman, Terran, Protoss, and Zerg, members of the horde and the alliance, welcome to BlizzCon 2009."

[11:36] Blizzard CEO Mike Morhaime takes the stage to thunderous applause.

"Um, you're sitting in my frozen throne..."

[11:36] Apparently, Starcraft II was just named best game at GamesCom. No word on who awarded the honor.

[11:37] BlizzCon is the only place where attendees are waiting for something "Cataclysmic" to happen, he says.

[11:37] Yeah, that's not portending anything...

[11:38] Morhaime then welcomes Chinese players back online. The crowd doesn't know how to react, but someone shouts a token "YAY!" Not exactly a hostile audience.

[11:38] Morhaime is talking about the passion of the world's greatest gaming community. If you didn't get into the queue to buy a BlizzCon ticket within 30 seconds, you didn't get a ticket.

[11:38] It took 45 minutes to process all the orders, but essentially 20,000 tickets sold out in less than one minute.

[11:41] Morhaime then talks about the sales success of Wrath of the Lich King, which sold 2.8 million units in 24 hours. Um, yeah. We got the press release in November, thanks.

[11:41] Morhaime then queues a trailer highlighting BlizzCon 2008 moments, as well as in-game moments from Wrath of the Lich King. Reruns? Awesome.

[11:42] The reel shows footage of BlizzCon attendees doin' how they do, playing Starcraft, Diablo, and WOW, as well as a number of other tabletop games. Cosplayers are featured prominently. Unfortunately, not all are female.

[11:43] The trailer is still rolling, showing the massive crowds around the world who lined up to purchase Wrath of the Lich King in November. US, Mexico, France, just to name a few. This just in: WOW is popular.

Flying mounts are back in Cataclysm.

[11:43] The old, the young, the beautiful, the socially awkward--they're all represented.

[11:44] Note: Those categories are not mutually exclusive.

[11:44] Morhaime is back, and he's talking about the many enhancements made to WOW in the past few months.

[11:45] The Blizzard exec is talking about iPhone integration with the mobile armory.

[11:45] He's now talking about the big plans in store for 2010. They will be revamping Onyxia in November to celebrate the five-year anniversary.

[11:46] Next year, we will be shipping Starcraft II, along with the new Battle.net platform.

[11:47] Morhaime then asks whether the name Sam Raimi means anything to the crowd.

[11:47] The Spider-Man will direct the Warcraft movie. Apparently, they first met Raimi while he attended last year's BlizzCon.

[11:47] Apparently, Bruce Campbell will not be playing Leeeeeeeeroy Jenkins, so the crowd boos.

[11:48] Raimi expressed interest in the movie, and discussions progressed from there.

[11:48] Morhaime then talks up the tournaments, which, for those who are wondering, are in Hall B. Just in case anyone was wondering.

[11:50] Some of the top pro-gamers are in attendance, and total prizes from Blizzard games hit $340,000 this year. That's chump change to a company that has over $100 million a month in earnings.

Seriously. Get your mount on.

[11:50] Morhaime then talks about the Noobs figurines. One of the ones handed out as part of the schwag bag given to attendees is one of a kind. Check your local eBay listing for more.

[11:51] MC Frontalot and Jay Mohr are here to perform. One out of two ain't bad.

[11:52] Morhaime gives a shout out to Level 80 Elite Tauren Chieftain will be playing.

[11:52] Oh, and some guy named Ozzy Osbourne will be here too. Apparently he was in a band, had a reality show, and is a fan of bats.

[11:53] Morhaime then turns the stage over to VP of creative development Chris Metzen.

[11:54] Metzen says the company prides itself on not putting games out until they're done. Thanks for the news flash.

[11:54] He seems contrite and apologizes that Blizzard doesn't put out more games. He seems earnest.

[11:56] He thanks the crowd, and with that said, "I'm pretty sure you guys are curious about what we've been cooking up for the past year."

[11:56] We've got a couple trailers to show you, we've got a couple of things to announce.

[11:56] "Where's the Alliance at?" The crowd erupts. "Where's the Horde at?" Again, eruption. "Can I get a WOW what what?"

[11:57] "Where are the Diablo players in the house?" is said with earnestness. Metzen says he'd like to talk to these folks for a bit.

[11:58] "Diablo III is really taking shape, it's kicking ass, it's a lot of fun." He says that over the past few months they've been unveiling a number of classes.

[11:59] All thus far have been pulled from classic archetypes, he says.

[11:59] "The class we're going to be unveiling today has its roots in the same tradition."

[11:59] "Without further ado, I'm very proud to introduce the monk."

[11:59] A trailer rolls, showing the monk walking through a sandstorm in a barren wasteland.

[11:59] A man fully cloaked asks the monk if he is heading to a city and asks the hero to help.

[12:00] A zoomed-out shot of the city, which looks much like the sand level in Diablo II.

[12:00] The monk has a gigantic staff with which he slays his foes, and in Diablo tradition, they are numerous.

[12:00] "You, you're alive. But that's not possible!"

[12:01] An infernal being then launches a fireball and throws a bolt of blue/orange flame.

[12:01] The monk prays and seems to disappear.

[12:01] He suddenly reappears, having lost his staff, and drops all kinds of hand-to-hand hurt on the demon

[12:01] The fight culminates in the monk putting a firey fist through the demon's chest. Monk 1, Demon 0.

[12:01] Metzen then rolls a trailer for in-game footage of the monk.

[12:03] He seems to be very speedy, with close-range melee attacks, with his staff, fists, and feet.

[12:03] Lots of gold particle effects, along with runes during his special attacks.

[12:03] Mmmmm, runes.

[12:03] Metzen says to check out the panel at 2:00 p.m. today to find out more.

[12:04] And we're back to WOW. "Alliance and Horde, you've all been very patient." Here it comes...

[12:04] "BlizzCon, the wait is over."

[12:06] In just a second here, we're going to roll the first gameplay trailer of the new World of Warcraft expansion.

[12:07] "Without further ado, I'm very geeked up to debut an expansion set that will be nothing less than earth-shattering."

That looks cataclysmic all right.

[12:07] "Ladies and gentleman, I give you World of Warcraft: Cataclysm."

[12:07] A trailer rolls, with a voice-over saying that as the terrible war between the Lich King continues, there can be no peace when the world itself is devoured.

[12:08] An ancient evil has risen.

[12:08] Kalindor and the Eastern Kingdoms have been transformed.

[12:08] Ancient lands have been torn asunder, unleashing widespread destruction.

[12:08] Many islanders of the great sea have been driven from their homes. Goblins run across the screen.

Are WOW races racist?

[12:09] Goblins will be a Horde playable race.

[12:09] Humans, turned werewolf, called Worgen, join the alliance.

[12:09] The elves bring them into the fold, apparently.

[12:09] New race and class combinations are on the way.

[12:09] New monsters, dungeons, and raids, of course, are also on the docket.

[12:12] Level cap is raised to 85.

BEHOLD! A LOGO!

[12:13] Archeology added as secondary skill.

[12:13] Deathwing has returned.

[12:13] "Welcome to BlizzCon!" bellows the announcer.

[12:13] And the lights come up. Not a bad way to end as a litteral bang rocks the auditorium.

[12:13] And that's it. For more information, check out GameSpot's continuing coverage of BlizzCon 2009.

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tarbun
tarbun

Forget the games! costumes....girly costumes. lol!

sircyrus
sircyrus

@thedisturbedwol cool, but to my knowledge it hasn't been shown to deliver on it's premise yet. Plus so much of this game is going to depend on it's control scheme. It will also depend on what there is 'meaningful' to do. Warring for "turf" was fun in Planetside, but eventually it became dull when you were just fighting over the same places day after day. They need to say a bit more on exactly what all there will be to do once you own turf, besides defending it. SWTOR looks great, sounds great, and with BioWare behind it, that makes it sound even better. But they have yet to discuss non-instanced content. Players log in to MMO's for hours a day. Suppose there's a 150-hour story in SWTOR. If someone plays just 3 hours a day, that's not even 2 months of content before the player runs out. What will the player do once they finish the story? And how exactly will it be a MMO? It sounds closer to D&D Online or Guild Wars than a proper MMO. They need to talk about some non-instanced gameplay.

1stclaret
1stclaret

Aw comon you gotta admit this game looks totally freakin awesome, I cannot wait to see what Worgens will look like with full t10 on :D

InExcelsis
InExcelsis

its a cool idea to give the world a new look but 5 levels thats just stupid but like the people at Blizzcon said they are trying to milk the game as much as possible before they reach the level 100 mark.

happynoodleboy7
happynoodleboy7

I never really "got" MMOs. Odd, since I normally enjoy grinding in single-player RPGs, but whatever. I guess nothing can please everybody all the time.

Lone_Wolf94
Lone_Wolf94

why don't make a new mmo and keep WoW.. they have enough $$ to make and keep both up. Make one f2p and have option and keep WoW at 15$ a month. anyway i can't wait till D3. O and the werewolves came from darkfall if you were wondering

thedisturbedwol
thedisturbedwol

@sircyrus What are your thoughts on the up coming MMO's? For example SWTOR, APB and MAG

sircyrus
sircyrus

@lewismetcalfe I actually do enjoy the game up to around 40, but after that it degenerates into dungeon grinds. I watched Everquest throw off the balance of their game through expansions, like BC did for WoW. That marked the decline of EQ. All I'm saying is that Blizzard appears to have followed down the exact same path. Right now there's no real alternative to WoW. If I had to pick one MMO that could stand up to it, I'd say EQ2... but the leveling treadmill is too steep for the market (even with the XP requirement decrease), the system requirements are too high, and it just doesn't feel as polished. That lack of polish and it's system requirements are it's biggest issues. Not to mention the SOE label. A lot of MMO veterans have their horror stories about SOE, enough to dissuade them from getting back into another one of their games. Expansions just seem to destroy MMO's. They cause imbalances with equipment, or introduce new rules/gameplay that throws how the game was designed all out of wack. It's too much at once, and it renders the 'vanilla' version obsolete.

inalusi
inalusi

malavos your addiction for wow is cronic :(

lewismetcalfe
lewismetcalfe

@ sircryrus Ultimately we're arguing different points here. We like the game and you dont, which I don't have a problem with. I'm also hoping KOTOR will deliver

sircyrus
sircyrus

@malavos WoW numbers are largely due to very good marketting, the Blizzard label, and the games accessibility. Very few companies are putting out games that can run on older PCs, especially when it comes to MMO's. That gives Blizzard a much larger market than any MMO with fancy graphics. I don't see where you get the notion that WoW is the only MMO you can RP in, considering there are several other MMO's which have healthy RP communities. As to it being "the best", that's debatable. Aside from Ultima Online, all of the MMO's you listed that you've played are not mainstream (at least not outside of Asia), and are considered grindfests. So put up next to those, absolutely WoW will come out on top. I've played ever major MMO since Ultima Online released. WoW brought nothing new to the table. With BC, it's first expansion, it destroyed the game with too powerful of equipment, which is a mistake a lot of MMO's make with expansions. I enjoyed WoW up to around level 40, after which it devolves into EQ-style dungeon sit-and-pull gameplay... which isn't fun.

malavos
malavos

And about the originality, they're continuing the stories they created in their games, not so much in wow, because most of player don't give a sh** about them. (I have a lot of friends who even don't know who doomhammer is).

malavos
malavos

@ sircryrus WoW is notwhere near a near-perfect game, and it never has been. If you think that there's a good chance it was the first MMO you've played. If you had played the ones preceeding it, namely pre-Trammel Ultima Online, you'd see just what a mess WoW is. I said as soon as there's an alternative MMO, not as soon as there's simply another MMO. Alternative meaning a game with WoW's degree of polish & accessibility. The next hugely popular MMO will be coming from BioWare, as KOTOR will be out before any new MMO from Blizzard. --------- Man, whatever you say. But look how many players play wow. And w/e, i played a lot of mmo's, to ultima, mu, ragnarock, perfect world, project of planets, warrior epic, exteel, gunz, line age, and more. And none of then are great as wow. Wow is not perfect, but, to be sincere, it's the best of them. The BEST. And the only one which you can truly rp. Of course it doesn't have the better graphichs, the better interface, but... It's still the best, because you can really have fun.

sircyrus
sircyrus

@lewismetcalfe MMO. Alternative meaning a game with WoW's degree of polish & accessibility. The next hugely popular MMO will be coming from BioWare, as KOTOR will be out before any new MMO from Blizzard. Blizzard is greatly overrated. They take ideas from other developers, put those ideas a single product, then polish it. They make games that work well, but are far from original. When WoW launched it brought nothing new to the table, except for the Blizzard label. It was a collection of ideas from various MMO developers put into a polished product, placed in a setting that was originally ripped off from Games Workshop (owners of Warhammer). They had refused to go into a deal with Blizzard over creating an RTS with the Warhammer license, which is why WarCraft was created. Whether people want to admit it or not, Blizzard is great at creating solid games, but sorely lacking in originality.

lewismetcalfe
lewismetcalfe

@ sircyrus "While it's been known amongst players for sometime, now WoW has officially jumped the shark. As soon as there's an alternative MMO, Blizzard is going to be hit with a mass exodus." - What about Warhammer, Conan, LOTR, naming a few. Fact of the matter is that Blizzard have made a near-perfect game that EVERY future MMO will be striving to replicate in it's originality and accessibility. The next hugely popular MMO will no doubt come from Blizz themselves. Like them or not, it's safe to say they know what they're doing. Not to mention they're stinking rich..

JAK4ever
JAK4ever

Wonderful... Warcraft is now dead. One minute of silence please.

sircyrus
sircyrus

I don't get it. You talking about the expansion trailer? It comes across like they've run out of ideas so now are just grasping. Death throes :P Now a decent alternative just needs to step up. KOTOR should dent their subscription numbers, but it wont take over due to it being more of a niche setting.

blakeney
blakeney

@ sircyrus i have 3 words for you and anyone'else thats feeling the same ALL POINTS BULLITEN google watch /dr00l

sircyrus
sircyrus

While it's been known amongst players for sometime, now WoW has officially jumped the shark. As soon as there's an alternative MMO, Blizzard is going to be hit with a mass exodus.

Echo13791
Echo13791

@ theR34p3R Of course my gear will carry me to 85, but I'm a raider. Obviously the gear that comes with the expansion will be better than my gear that I obtained through raids in LK; therefore, I'll have to replace all of it. Also, you mentioned that getting new gear will be very very easy (just like in LK), and in my opinion, that's a bad thing. It's too easy to get geared now, especially with the most recent patch. WoW is becoming too noob friendly (at least in PvE). Also, at your OT comment. Obviously nothing will kill WoW, everyone knows that. People who say otherwise are just mindlessly yelling. I just think the game used to be much better.

wootbeans
wootbeans

@Versus3 You have no idea what you are talking about.

NuKkU
NuKkU

i should really get WoW man someday.......someday

inalusi
inalusi

candy for candy garden,wow is in collapse amen :) and i am happy :P

Versus3
Versus3

Worgen are so made up all of a sudden.

FriendBear
FriendBear

Holy Cow!! :D Thats classic...but gonna be so OP =P

Kekkonan
Kekkonan

This could be a good step in the right direction with revamping old-world Azeroth and with the new races coming to the game it might actually make me come back to the game. My only question though is will they be updating the original character models as they are really starting to look their age especially compared to the BC races and now the new Cataclysm races? Add to that if they improved character creation then i would definately have to give it a go. My 2 pence anyway.

Flaz
Flaz

I was hoping Blizz was finally moving on to something new... but no, it's just another expansion...

gameking5000
gameking5000

@phooey442 How are goblins and werewolves childish. Nothing in WoW lore is childish are of the races were existent in Lore are NOT made up all of a sudden

theR34p3R
theR34p3R

@Echo13791 Ofc there is more lvling... it's an expansion, duh. Your gear will not become obsolete with only 5 more lvls. You can get very good gear now with hardly any effort, so stop QQ about it. Your T5+ gear was good enough in WotLK all the way through to lvl 80. So your T8+ gear will be more then enough for just 5 more lvls. OT: To all you whiners that this will kill WoW or that it is rape... you can cry in my empty cup of care. Don't like it ? Don't play it !

Phooey442
Phooey442

game is increasingly turning more and more childish.....goblins and werewolves...seriously? this game lost hope as soon as the first expansion came out

konradak
konradak

Wow. This actually looks good. I skipped out on the last EXP and I quit, but I might have to start again,,,

fadedmoon94
fadedmoon94

see now there just blowing the game for everyone this expansion is going to suck there just changing everything.... this preview actually just made me stop playing wow...this is just stupid

shadow9669
shadow9669

@Tentaculat I would like to keep my Blood elf Horde Thank you very much @OnlyKurial your just 1 person there like 11 million other people how do care about this new WoW news

Pete5506
Pete5506

Like we need a another WoW game

XeonForce
XeonForce

My avatar has been stolen by Alf! =o also, having been WoW sober for over a year, I'm kinda glad I skipped the whole Lich King thing, dunno how this is gonna turn out looking at it though. Time will tell...

Kashmiro
Kashmiro

hmm... well Cataclysm definitly is a step toward the right way. It definitly looks like more of a complete overhaul of WoW than any other previous expansion. But I don't think it is really enough, I know WoW has a ton of players, and I myself still have an account. But I'm kind of ready for something different, and I was hoping Blizzard was actually going to announce a completely new mmo. But I probably will play this one anyways.

hpcocacola
hpcocacola

wow, class combinations, Tauren Paladin, Human Shaman, night elf mage, goblins are gay worgens are somewhat cool, but then again starting over is gay its seems as if there sucking everything out of the last wow community they have, flying mounts in azeroth, faction change services, i mean cmon, there just trying to make people wanna play again while ruining the game vanilla wow was the best IMO, they should try and make it that way again

ProGamerNerd
ProGamerNerd

pthis what happens whena game is so good and unstoppable people hate it just go back to playing halo and mgs

Leonagard
Leonagard

I aint going back to azeroth but I they should have done it with goblins before I quit...

OnlyKurial
OnlyKurial

Yeah seriously, we don't care about WoW, we're more anxious to hear news about SC2 and D3.

tslujan
tslujan

I wonder what the fans REALLY want... Heroic Deadmines? Really? Too funny... :) Personally, I want to experience that same feeling I had when I FIRST played World of Warcraft, or any other game I loved. That feeling of unknown and uncertainty, always looking for that next surprise right around the corner. And as successful as WoW has been, I don't think it has that "wow" (ha) factor, anymore. And, that's just being honest... I remember when I first saw a Mage sheep somebody, or saw people riding mounts. I was excited! Now...it's like...things are to be expected. We already know the ins and outs of this game that we're all complaining, haha. I don't know...whatever's clever I guess.

LorDaftwager
LorDaftwager

Hmm this is a step in the right direction from Blizzard, I was afraid they were creating some sort of template for WoW Expansions since BC and WoTLK were so similiar in execution, but it seems they are going to do something a little different this time around. Sure its no earthshattering change but re-doing the low level areas and making some classic dungeons heroic will be fun. As for the races, who cares its mostly a cosmetic change, give us some new classes ffs. Also it looks like a graphics overhaul is on the way with this system specification data business, but maybe not until the expansion after this one :P

Rosscoe06
Rosscoe06

hopefully this is as good as the original game and 1 st exoansion wrath of lich was a failure in my eyes and this time they are listening to what fans want

Inconnux
Inconnux

so we can expect the new expansion to be announced in two years with constant 'updates' pushing back the release?

ThaDirtySouth
ThaDirtySouth

LOL this sounds just like the last 2 expansions. What a shame everyone is going to buy this and everyone will continue funding "new" played out ideas. I bet the Tier armors are going to be recycled models again.

finaleve
finaleve

@CTBradums: If you recall Warcraft 2, Goblins became a part of Horde. Goblin's make more sense as a playable race than the stupid Worgen. Humans who are really werewolves as a race? Sounds more like a class specific for humans, who can pretty much act as druids, but can probably equip unarmed weapons. And if you have ever noticed, Goblin's have always been seen hanging out with the Horde (usually around the zepplin towers). Yes, Goblin cities will probably remain neutral just like the Druid camps have. Yes, druid's are a class shared, but there are usually more NE's than Tauren if you ever really look. Heck, there are quests where Horde work with the Alliance (like the chain of the Dwarven King's Brother in Storm Peaks). This is, by all means, not the worst idea. I'm glad they are revamping the original core of the game. It needs it. I could never get any of my low level characters far now because it's so boring to me. I'd like to play a shaman and a rogue, but the quests are so redundant, even with the exp req's dropped. To be honest, I was hoping for this to be a major update from the rumors that surrounded it. To be a full-fledged expansion, I guess it makes sense for those still playing only in the original game. But to only raise the cap by 5?

kerrman
kerrman

Blizzard, it's become apparent that you are running out of ideas. Unfortunately, your 12 million slaves will buy this, and very few will realize the severe lack of creativity coming from you guys anymore. I mean, destroying Azeroth as we know it? Yeah.. seems like a fantastic last ditch effort for shock value, not an expansion pack to keep the game going.. And don't get me started on switching the Goblins to Horde.

ObiWanKenBloMi
ObiWanKenBloMi

Another WoW expansion? I was hoping Cataclysm would be the new IP they were talking about

Wojcha
Wojcha

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