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Submitted by Medievaldragon 836d ago | interview

Blizzplanet interview - World of Warcraft: Curse of the Worgen

Blizzplanet interviewed New York Times best selling co-writers Micky Neilson (Blizzard Publishing Lead) and James Waugh (Blizzard Senior Story Developer) to learn the creative design process behind writing World of Warcraft: Curse of the Worgen and how they managed to tie-in its story with the level 1-10 quest experience of the Worgen race zone (Gilneas).

"The main thing is maintaining quality. We put a lot of time and effort into each story, so there’s also the issue of bandwidth. The plan for 2013 is to focus on telling absolutely the best stories we can tell, and to continue expanding these worlds, within the games and beyond. That being said, we do have a lot of content that we’re working on, and it’s all exciting stuff. 2013 is going to be our best year yet!" -- said Micky Neilson (PC, World of Warcraft, World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria)

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