Realm Maintenance: Ep. #47 – Looking For Group Quest

Two more new WoW podcasts get added to the directory on this week’s show which proves that even on a slow news week there’s a good bit to talk about!

In-game store?! WHAT? Rho sounds off on the possibility of this coming to WoW and whether or not it’s something to be concerned about.

Thanks to WoWhead, WoW Insider, MMO-Champion,, and for their continued coverage of WoW news which was used as research for this week’s show.


Podcast of the Week: Group Quest


Twitter: @groupquest @Hasteur @DeGeiDragon @Gulvanvs
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Final Segment: Listeners give their thoughts on the “in-game store” elixir, and Rho pulls out another segment from the grab bag. Thanks to Odynus for the use of his Roleplaying Roundtable segment.

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