The first “WoW” dungeon was never intended to be a standalone expansion.
Instead, it was a precursor to what eventually became the “World War III” expansion, and the final piece of the puzzle.
That meant the dungeon wasn’t a separate part of the game but rather was part of its world.
It was supposed to be more of a “base” and a place for players to start the expansion, not just a place to farm for resources or level up.
The idea of a dungeon in the World of Warcraft world was not unheard of.
There were dozens of dungeon variants in the game, and some even had names like “Tower of Eternity” or “Hellgate” in the early days.
But the idea was not to have a single “Dungeon World” dungeon.
The original idea was to have the dungeon be a “real world” dungeon, and to give players an easy way to get into the game.
It would be a small area with lots of doors and monsters and loot.
Players would walk around the dungeon, explore, and kill stuff and collect experience.
Then they would return to the base of the dungeon and start a new game.
The game would eventually have a lot of dungeons, but not a single World of War III-themed dungeon.
That wasn’t the case.
“WoWC” never really got off the ground.
The developer, Pandemic Studios, had originally planned to put the entire game in the ground, but Blizzard CEO Mike Morhaime said in 2014 that the game’s design had changed.
In the years since, Blizzard has been looking to revamp the game and create a larger, more expansive World of WoW.
The idea of an MMO-like World of World of Warships has been floating around for years.
In early 2014, the company launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the creation of an “MMORPG World of Towers.”
It quickly raised more than $1 million, but the project was never really going to be finished.
And after Pandemic’s last-ditch effort to raise money, the game had only a limited amount of funds left.
The game eventually did have a Kickstarter.
It raised more money than it needed to finish the game (and that was just the Kickstarter), but the team had to find other funding sources.
Pandemic had a good idea of what it needed, but it also had to make the game work.
To get it done, they needed to build a dungeon.
After months of hard work, Pandemics team finally came up with a plan.
They were going to make a “Worlds of WoWs.”
The game would be an MMO.
Players could log into the world and explore.
They could build their character’s equipment, and they could level up and get more gear.
They would start a game, explore the world, and eventually conquer the “worlds.”
It would also be a way for players and the developer to build an economy in the world.
“We thought that’s a really cool idea,” Morhaimes said in a 2014 interview.
“But there’s a lot more that we want to do in the games and we want the world to be interesting.
And we wanted to build something that felt really connected to the game.”
So, Pandemaker’s first dungeon was an old “WoWW” dungeon that would open up the game world, but only for players with the appropriate level.
It could be used to level up your character or to farm resources or craft new gear.
The team went to Pandemic studios and asked to use the “WoWB” name.
Pandemaker and the developers were thrilled, but they also had a few problems.
The “Wo WB” name had become so popular that it was easy to forget that it had nothing to do with World of Wargames.
That’s because it wasn’t meant to be used outside of the WoWW universe.
The name was also confusing to players because the game was only in beta and was still very early in development.
But Pandemic wanted players to think it was the “real” World of a game that was set in the real world.
So, the team decided to go ahead and use the WoWB name and keep the WoW in the title.
This gave the team a lot less to worry about, but also made the name confusing to people.
The problem is that Pandemic didn’t want to make people think they were playing a “Wo WW” game, but rather a “MWWW” game.
It’s easy to see why people thought the Wo WB name was confusing.
But it’s also easy to imagine why it might have been confusing for some players.
WoWW, WoW, WoWW.
It’s a long, complex name.
And it’s confusing to those who aren’t familiar with WoWW or WoWW2.
So how did Pandemic manage to keep the name a secret?