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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:29pm 22/03/12 | 5 Comments
Continuing our panda love throughout this week, we have another interview for you from our time out at Blizzard HQ in Irvine, California, this time with Mists of Pandaria lead quest designer, Dave Kosak.

The questions within this interview transcript were pulled from the ones we asked during a round-table discussion, so they're all AusGamers, and even feature a few from our core community guys.

Dave talks to us about building compelling quests with an untapped race, mini-games such as pet-battles, challenges in crafting the Challenge Scenarios and much, much more.

Click here for the full interview.



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casa
Posted 07:10pm 22/3/12
Dave talks to us about building compelling quests with an untapped race, mini-games such as pet-battles, challenges in crafting
They really need to sack their publicist. They sure have an odd way of trying to sell this s*** to the average punter.
Reverend Evil
Posted 11:24pm 22/3/12
Nice interview. Looking forward to trying out the pet battles. Should be hilarious and fun.
thecritic
Posted 02:10am 23/3/12
they talk like that so the kids will like the game so it does not sound boring... lol
eXemplar
Posted 02:37am 23/3/12
Nice interview. If you happen to have another one would you be able to ask if they have any plans for raid locks? I would love it if normal/heroic raids worked like LFR.
Khel
Posted 11:03am 23/3/12
I can see that opening the door to huge exploits though, like running 10 man raids with mostly alts and a couple of mains so they get all the gear, then running it again with alts and a couple of different mains so they get all the gear, and repeat as necessary.
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