Hello! I recently saw your video and I have a question about a comment you made on the Blizzard convention. You stated that you wished blizzard would focus more on the attendees and not so much on the viewers. You wanted them to make BlizzCon a place where Blizzard fans could go to relax and enjoy Blizzard creations; I would like to know what you mean by that. I will admit to never attending BlizzCon (Though I would like to go!) and I did watch a portion of the web broad cast. It seemed to me that I was more exciting to attend than watch online. So as you can see I am simply wanting a deeper explanation from someone who seems to have seen on both sides.
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Dude you have to reply to him via the ways he mentions at the end of his videos, i.e. Tankspot.com where his user name is "Lore". I could be wrong but I don't think he checks the comments on his videos posted on wowhead. =/
I Think he's reading it and laughing at it.Anyway... You know why the Live Stream rocks for non-Americans? Because we are non-Americans! We can't just say: "Hey dude let's go to Anaheim for the weekend, the trip is basically for nothing!" Because it's not. And it hurts me. And it hurts my friends. And it hurts my pc. I think there was some awesome stuff mentioned in the Q&A's. Information about who will lead the Blue Dragonflight now Malygos is gone, who will be the new Earth Warden now Neltharion is Deathwing, what KIND of Legendary items can we expect, etc. To me it wasn't bad at all, I loved it on Live Stream.Oh and btw: Another battlecry for the Alliance mentioned at Blizzcon was "Have mercy"
A third day might help spread the events out more. I agree that the convention is jam-packed with the panels and tournaments and activities, and you can't see everything you'd like to. If you happen to like WoW and Starcraft, you can't see both panels when they're going on at the same time. And if you also like Diablo, well, you're really in trouble.Furthermore, if you want to watch a tournament, play the Diablo 3 beta, or participate in a trading card game... your problems are compounded. Some of the panels/happenings are shown on the overhead screens around the con, but you're still left dividing your attention. It ends up feeling a bit more like an expo and less a convention, since you may not have enough (or any) time to spend with fellow fans.I think one thing that would be great is if they offered a DVD of all the BlizzCon panels. They could even charge a nominal fee. That way, if you went to the con and missed... say, the WoW Lore Panel... you wouldn't be stuck floating around YouTube looking for it. You'd have a high-quality DVD of it.