Episode #81 – Blizzcon Stories + WoW Podcast Panel

In Part One of Josh’s huge Blizzcon recap we hear Josh’s running diary  of his time in Anaheim as well as a replay of the WoW podcast panel he was part of for the World Of Podcasts panel.

Tune in to hear a day by day casual account of what went on when Countdown To Classic went to Blizzcon.

In next week’s part two, when he’s back home in Australia, Josh will go through a detailed analysis of the demo and the panels.

Highlights Below:

  • Blizzcon Recap – 3:15
  • Calling Countdown – 1:10:55
  • World of Warcraft Podcast Panel – World Of Podcasts – 1:20:30
  • Shoutouts and Show News – 2:19:15

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One thought on “Episode #81 – Blizzcon Stories + WoW Podcast Panel”

  1. Unlike most of the Classic community, I actually like retail WoW. It’s a different play style, and while I much more prefer Classic, that doesn’t mean I hate BFA, I actually LOVE Boralus (the new Alliance hub in Kul’Tiras) and love the Kul’Tiran humans. I thought pet battles were stupid, but I got to playing and I was really enjoying it – I loved finding out where certain types of pets are located in the world, going out and attempting to capture them. It’s like pokemon go without having to leave your house XD

    With all of that said, if they did away with faction conflict the way that WoW Podcast was suggesting, I would never go back to playing retail. Faction conflict is the NUMBER 1 reason I started playing World of Warcraft. Without it, it may as well be Final Fantasy XIV.

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