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Artistic License: WoW Begins Pre-Cataclysm Events

Azeroth is buzzing with excitement. On the heels of a terrific Hallow's End (especially with the increased drop rate on the Headless Horseman's Mount), today was actually starting to be disappointing. Today was the Day of the Dead, one day set aside for people to honor those they have lost. A cute idea, but somewhat flawed, in that one of the best aspects can only ever be done once and not repeated yearly. Still, many players were running around, enjoying getting to spend time as an undead. That is, until people discovered strange items floating in Stormwind and Orgrimmar. We soon found that Azeroth is now closer to the coming Cataclysm. Some of the pre-Cataclysm events went live today, and that brought scores of people to Stormwind and Orgrimmar. For those who like the lore of ...
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Artistic License: Blizzcon 2010 'WoWs' Everyone

Well, another Blizzcon has come and gone. There were certainly some great things at this year's event, but there were also some rough moments. Considering that World of Warcraft is celebrating Hallow's End currently, and Halloween is Sunday, I thought I'd bring you my top trick and top treat of Blizzcon 2010! While there were a few glitches, and a couple of things I did not like about the con, my big problem was with the costume and dance competition Friday night. Comedian Jay Mohr spent more time offending people than he did being funny. Several people I talked to commented that he was acting intoxicated. He did make a few good jokes, and he does have good knowledge of the games and can make appropriate jokes and comments, but I think he went a bit too far this year. Perhaps it is ...
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3.2 Patch Notes for 'World of WarCraft' Revealed

Wondering what sort of updates are in store for you in the next patch of "World of WarCraft"? Good news, they're up on the test servers right now.

I've gone ahead and pasted the bulk of them after the break, or you can just head on over to the official site and check 'em out. They're very long and detailed. Yay!


* Construction of the Crusaders' Coliseum is complete. New raid normal and Heroic modes for the Crusaders' Coliseum can be toggled using the Dungeon Difficulty setting. This applies to 10 and 25-player versions. 10-player (normal), 25-player (normal), 10-player (Heroic) and 25-player (Heroic) all share separate raid lockout timers.

o Trial of the Champion

+ 5-player (normal and Heroic mode) dungeon.

+ Daily quest added to the Heroic daily dungeon quest giver.

o Trial of the Crusader

+ 10 and 25-player (normal mode) raid dungeon.

o Trial of the Grand Crusader

+ 10 and 25-player (Heroic mode) raid dungeon.
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