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Gadgetzan Gazette Vol.32 #9

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The latest issue of the Gadgetzan Gazette, Vol.32 #9, has been published.

The paper can be found on Blizzard's Hearthstone blog, and focusses on the new museum being built in Gadgetzan. As before, there are clearly clues as to things coming in the next expansion, but highlighting anything of tangible use is difficult.

There is vague talk of restless spirits, arcane artifacts, and shadowy masked figures. The two more specific sections however, are as follows:

The museum will be offering free artifact appraisals to all museum visitors, and has announced that they will offer gold rewards and accept donations of artifacts suitable for the coming Mysteries of Pandaria exhibition.

It's that time of year when writers, like myself, try to make too much of things. There's a lot to be speculated about in this line though. First of all the Halfhill cardback mystery ties into Pandaria, so it seems likely that we'll have some cards relating to that. Secondly, although presumably it's not aimed at players, but a new way of earning in-game gold would be very welcome.

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The museum may have difficulties putting the finishing touches on its jade exhibition. The demand for the precious green stone has gone up in Gadgetzan recently, as residents report a spate of jade curios and jewelry disappearing across the city.

This seems to be a meaty part of the storyline for the expansion. With the reveal coming on Friday 4 November at BlizzCon, we don't have much time to speculate.

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