Also, keep in mind that even if it cost them say 2k this marketing ploy would only need to sell 50 more Virtual Tickets to break even, which I don't think is a huge risk.
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Yea but we don't no how it cost in overseas to trade mark and lawyer fees
But if blizz is looking to hype up the game there going the right way. I was very against the dark below but maybe it can add some new flavor like mist did. I'm just here to play a game really I just love to play and explorer tho I'd love to get off world for once. I'll be happy for something new and new place tho I hope they leave dream alone.
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It was ghost crawler that said book mark ever page that had speculation and see which was write so that might so one peg it or no is close to it
Lame name on itself, but the abbrev 'HotS' is convenient.
Now you see it. Now you don't.
Like many others, I find the name quite cheesy.
I liked "The Dark Below", but that doesn't help if the theme doesn't fit the name .
Looking forward to see what the next expansion is.
Registered in EU as well (in case you didnt noticed yet):
It was vast and empty and swallowed all light that entered it. Velen knew it would be all
consuming until, at last, it would turn and devour itself, endlessly gnawing on nothing in the
Great Dark Beyond, removing all meaning from the universe, from the most heart-breaking
sonata to the most arresting sunset. It was too terrible to see, to comprehend, and yet the
army headed straight for it. And the light began to fade...
For the record, 16 is
Weird. They didn't bother with this for WoW, why do it now?Printed matter, namely, Comic books, strategy guides, trading cards, manuals for computer games, coloring books, adhesive stickers, rub-on transfers, notebooks, stationery-type portfolios, posters, greeting cards, calendars, instructional leaflets, advertisement boards of paper or cardboard, catalogues, photographs, art prints.
Just so we're clear, it's also classified as software, so it's unlikely to just be a comic.
Heart of the SwarmPrinted matter, namely, Comic books, strategy guides, trading cards, manuals for computer games, coloring books, adhesive stickers, rub-on transfers, notebooks, stationery-type portfolios, posters, greeting cards, calendars, instructional leaflets, advertisement boards of paper or cardboard, catalogues, photographs, art prints.
Wings of Liberty
Legacy of the Void
Wrath of the Lich King
Are all also filed as Nice 16 as part of their CTM classification.
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On the other hand, World of Warcraft and Mists of Pandaria aren't.
Seems kinda random.
Warcraft is a trademarked word already under Nice 16 protection, so it's unnecessary to also protect "World of Warcraft" since the "warcraft" is the important part there, not the "world of" (e.g. World of tanks, World of Goo, etc). Pandaria is an established location in the IP, so it's possible they just figured it was unnecessary to put additional protection on it.
I don't know, I'm not a lawyer.
Maybe it has already been brought up. Couldn't be arsed reading 30 pages. But could the heroes reference to Alleria and Turalyon? Both heroes of the 2nd war. And the storm would be the storm to come, return of the legion.