Something like 20 to 30 years? Every time there's a new expansion, it's "this threat arrives, shortly after we just dealt with that other threat". After MoP, I assume that the worst of the conflict between the Alliance and the Horde will be over for now, that we will have reached a climax after which it will subside a lot and the time after that will be more peaceful. I also think, like many other people, that there will be another legion invasion soon and it looks as if there's going to be a big "uniting of forces" again. It looks like the story might reach a climax after the next fight against the Legion. Is it possible that they will at some point make a bigger jump in time between two expansions? That there is a long peace between Alliance and Horde for decades after that next fight against the legion. So that we might play in an expansion where Anduin is older and is king, where Thralls son is grown up and where Moira's son is grown up and rules Ironforge. Technically that sounds a bit like a WoW2, and it would require a remodelling of the whole world, again, to have it make sense, but it also presents a lot of possibilites in terms of storytelling. So do you think something like that could happen?