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It's easy to miss interesting Twitter exchanges, blog posts, and other content over the
course of the week. Stuff gets pushed out of sight in no time.
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list of ten of the most interesting items from around the Blizzard community.

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In the newsletter, as well as on the site, you'll see icons next to items. Although the items curated here cover all things Blizzard, I've created categories so you immediately know what kind of content is behind the link, including tweets and Twitter discussions, blog posts, fan art, news, forum discussions, and media, like podcasts.

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  • Forum Discussions
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Check out the latest issues

Reunited and It Feels So Good

Reunited and It Feels So Good

The role of luck in Hearthstone, theorycrafting 101, hunter-only raids, and outdated MMO tropes are explored in issue no.17 of Blizzlist.

But wait, there's more!

But wait, there's more!

In this special double issue: Blizzard releases Curse of Naxxramas pricing, a Corgi pet comes to Draenor, guild perk removal and faction hubs moving to Ashran spark riots.

We'll Do It Live

We'll Do It Live

Issue no.15 is all about Twitch annotations, tips for networking at BlizzCon, our worst noob moments, and the best WoW memes we've seen in ten years of the game.

I Now Pronounce You Orc and Wife

I Now Pronounce You Orc and Wife

Issue no.14: Bloody Coins are now easier to farm, VentureBeat explores the complexities of MMO marriage, and Doubleagent - the neutral Pandaren - is almost level 90.

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