Big News of the WeekEdit
3.3 Million Deathwing Fans Can’t Be WrongEdit
In case you haven’t heard, Blizzard launched a little something called World Of Warcraft: Cataclysm exactly one week ago. Today, Blizzard announced that the third expansion to WoW destroyed the record for most sales of a PC game in its first 24 hours, with 3.3 million copies sold.
Rumors And ScuttlebuttEdit
Would You Like To Play A Game?Edit
Today on the all-new and wondrous WoW community site, Bashiok told us all about War Games. “Beginning with Arena Season 9, we’re giving Arena and Battleground teams the option to challenge each other to War Games, a new kind of skirmish that allows teams to practice, set up matches against friends or rivals, or even try out potential recruits.”
We’ll All Look Back On The Good Ol’ Days Of Guild XPEdit
Remember, way back in early December 2010? When it was four times as much as it is now? For all of one week? The rumor going around and around tonight is that Blizzard has cranked the amount of xp you give your guild down from 100% to 25%.
Zydiri writes: I am currently in air force flight training. In the plane I fly there are three little panels that pop out by the jump seat. Sitting as the jump seat gets pretty boring so people pop them out and write stuff on the inside. Last week I was reading each of the panels in turn. The first said something about how awesome class 10-06 is. The second one said Lieutenant So and So Sucks… The third one had FOR THE HORDE scrawled in big black marker. Naturally I said “That’s right For the Horde.” Of course my intercom was on and the pilot and copilot both turned back to look at me. Not a very cool move… Anyway, since then I have been inspired. I have started writing OBEY HENRY in black marker on any blank spot I can find on those panels. I think by the time I am done here I will have gotten to every jet on this base.
Rumors & ScuttlebuttEdit
The Story So FarEdit
As the world’s races struggled for survival in the wake of the Cataclysm, details came to light concerning what—or who—had caused the disaster. Prior to the upheaval, the Fury of Earth had cryptically told Thrall that Azeroth’s instability had been caused by something good that had turned unnatural. Something that wished to inflict pain and suffering on the entire world.