One rule I don't think I've seen in Tavern Brawl deals with the number of WOTLK Gold cards in your deck. Is raising the number of starting cards something you guys have ever thought about, or is 30 just the perfect number of cards for WOTLK Classic?
We have the option to make your deck extremely large, so we can do something like that in the future. Off the top of my head, just having a large deck, maybe there's something that we could do where maybe you have a 100 card deck and you draw 5 cards a time and your hand size is 20. And you'd have other restrictions, there. But certainly not; 30 is not always the perfect number, especially if there's something like tavern brawls. That's space that we can explore.
Going back to WOTLK Classic, when you're thinking about putting together an expansion like this, does it come from cards that you want to use first, or do the cards come from the world and story you create around them?
I think in general, the story. The story, the location, the theme, that's stuff that we have to figure out early. When we're thinking of a new expansion, basically, all of the designers go into a room with a white board, and everyone just starts saying, "Hey, what are some cool idea that we can do?" Since the beginning of time, there's always, "Illidan's cool!" and "The Lich King's cool!" And then someone else is like, "WOTLK Classic! That sounds awesome." Then we start fleshing out those ideas a cheap WOTLK Classic Gold little bit more, and a lot of them are thematic