It's not hearthstone.
Hearthstone trademark has no mention physical disc, where as WoD does have the mention.
I'm thinking Warcraft IV but it will be events prior to Orcs and Humans. Actually I have no clue what it could be but that is just what I am hoping for :)
What role would the name "Warlords of Draenor" fulfill? Is it just a couple of cards in the booster pack that is Draenor related. Or do you think there will be new playable heroes?
If Warlords of Draenor is for Hearthstone I would expect.
Ner'Zhul,Grommash Hellscream, Durotan(Maybe?) Rend Blackhand? Gul'dan is already used so no Kil'Jaeden maybe? Mannoroth Velen might be in it if he isn't already. That second in command dude that is next to Kil'Jaeden. Don't know anybody else.
Just like how Wal-Mart sells 60 day gamecards.
Think of what a great marketing idea that would be to have Hearthstone upgrade packs sitting next to the Warcraft TCG, Magic the Gathering, and all the other knockoffs in the stores.
The art is the best part of card games.
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It wouldn't shock me if card games like those remain more popular to this day than games, even those such as LoL and DotA. MtG has been around forever and is still extremely popular.
That's pretty conclusive, IMO. Hearthstone is going to be a F2P digital download, it's quite likely Heroes of the Storm will be the same (following the LoL/DotA2 trend). There's only 3 games that would need a trademark for a disk right now. Legacy of the Void, Reaper of Souls, and Expansion V.
If you truly believe that, Blizzard, show me you mean it. Because WoD didn't show me.As long as players are happy and enjoy the game, the team doesn't mind extreme peaks and valleys. They just want to ensure you have a great experience and feel like you got your money's worth.