Blue Watch - Tuesday, August 7th, 2007
This is the Tuesday, August 7th edition of Blue Watch, covering Blizzard posts on the General and BlizzCon Forums.
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General Forum Information
In this thread, Nethaera tries to explain the reason for merchants selling "white" or Common quality items.
In this thread, Drysc comments on the fact that certain aspects of 2.2 may not be implemented on the PTR yet.
- Zul Aman -
In this thread, Nethaera confirms that Zul'Aman is not coming in patch 2.2.
In this thread, Nethaera comments on changes coming other than Priest racials.
In this thread, Nethaera goes over the reasons behind Blizzard's choices for the Death Knight class requirements.
In this thread, Nethaera talks about Blizzard employees being members of guilds on live realms.
In this thread, Nethaera mentions that the Orc shoulder graphic bug will be fixed in 2.2.
In this thread, Nethaera comments on the question of additional hero classes being added with Wrath of the Lich King.
In this thread, Nethaera talks about Murlocs and the possibility of them appearing in Wrath of the Lich King.
In this thread, Drysc comments on the human models used in Southshore in the Caverns of Time: Escape from Durnholde instance.
In this thread, Drysc takes a look at the Fear Ward spell and why Horde will be receiving it.
In this thread, Drysc comments on the Death Knight Rune system for resources and how it would be used on multiple weapons.
In this thread, Drysc goes over the different resource types for the Death Knight.
In this thread, Drysc explains why the new retail boxes of World of Warcraft have a 5th install disc, whereas older boxes only had 4.
BlizzCon Forum Information
In this thread, Nethaera talks about when the contest winners for certain online contests will be contacted.