We can no longer ensure everything happens exactly as it did before it was influenced. If Baby Garrosh were to find his way back, he could for all intent's purpose, become his own grandfather because no one would know it wasn't supposed to happen. (And, in turn, it becomes what was supposed to happen.)
So it creates a situation. Either:
a) The timeline was always meant to allow for this to happen, and the lore doesn't change. We just get involved, as the timeline was always supposed to allow.
b) The timeline gets fucked up, which is what the Bronze Dragonflight tried to prevent, but can no longer force themselves to travel to the right time to ensure they can fix it.
Maybe not but the whole trademark not marked for downloadable electronic or whataever tells me it's not a mapack either.Usually map packs don't get a trademark.
TBC Collector's Edition - Outland Map
WotLK Collector's Edition - Northrend Map
Cata Collector's Edition - Deathwing
MoP Collector's Edition - Chen Stormstout
Warlords of Draenor Release - June 24th 2014
(Just my own Prediction, It's not fact)
idk about you guys but honestly i'll take anything that isn't pandas.
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I don't think the trademark issue is of the concern anymore really. We all know WoD has been trademarked. The question is whether it's for WOW or not which is still not confirmed, not even after this.
Applied for trademark.
Normal is the name for the mental disorder present in the majority of humanity.
haha, it's funny because it's a false and exaggerated comparison. and it's also not strictly speaking outside the realm of reality anyway.
((by the way the odd name in that sequence is Robert since James, John and Cheeseburger all start with lingual-coronal affricates and Robert starts with a lateral lingual approximant)).
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Since 9/11 the NSA has spent at least $70,000,000,000. The NSA has admitted lying about their effectiveness, but has definitely stopped one plot: transferring $8,500 to a Somali terror group. Even if we sweep aside the extensive lawbreaking, ethical problems, economic damage, and abuse of power, the fact remains that the NSA is useless.