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#1 - 2013/08/23 01:51:00 AM
Guests:

    Ion Hazzikostas, Lead Encounter Designer
    Greg Street, Lead Systems Designer

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Check out the full patch 5.4 interview list for more exclusive conversations with the World of Warcraft development team.

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#7 - 2013/08/23 02:30:00 AM
How do do you watch his earlier streams. Its just his live showing right now.

I'll inquire with Arena Junkies and Swifty, but I suspect cut VODs of the live PvP interviews will be released soon. I'll be sure to add them to my list when the time comes!

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#10 - 2013/08/23 06:16:00 PM
Agreed angel. Just have him sit in the background, making faces at gary, Yelling at Mike Schaffnit about cheesecake.

lols :)

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#11 - 2013/08/23 06:19:00 PM
I think lore should have to join the "Legendary" on Gamebreaker.tv interview... not to answer question, just so it feels like old times Lol


...hello?

is this dominos?

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#15 - 2013/08/23 07:11:00 PM
How do do you watch his earlier streams. Its just his live showing right now.

The Swifty and Hildegard PvP interview VODs are up now. ;)

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#26 - 2013/08/23 09:18:00 PM
BellularGaming is a much better channel to keep up with all of WoW news. I find him much more enjoyable to listen too and he releases TONS of videos that are informative. Not trying to plug him here but I think he is about 100x more to the points I care about (what's happening in WoW AKA not what he is doing in WoW) and he has a good radio voice. Very mellow voice and he has a good flow of talking.

I'll check it out.

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#27 - 2013/08/23 09:28:00 PM
35 minute interview, multiple questions asked and not a single definite answer given. Why is it so impossible to get a simple yes or no out of these guys?

When discussing design philosophy in an interview, I don't know how useful it is to answer "yes" or "no" to a bunch of questions. It's not about providing absolute statements. It's about more proactively sharing context and thought processes behind some of the decisions we make, so the dialog becomes more public and allows more people to join the conversation.

Greg looked happier, but Ion is the one that looked mad. :P Its Friday! Anyways, nice interview.

Hehe, Ion always kind of has a poker face. He's just a very analytical person, but very friendly and open to engaging in discussions about design philosophy. It's a real pleasure to work with him, and all of WoW's lead developers for that matter. ;)