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Community Spotlight: Jesse Cox

After he recently visited Blizzard to interview World of Warcraft Assistant Game Director Ion Hazzikostas, we were thrilled to spend a little time talking to community leader and all-around beloved personality Jesse Cox.

Before he had a big audience, Jesse stepped into the spotlight at BlizzCon 2011, and he was armed with a picture of the tail of a snake in Gundrak.

That moment opened a door of sorts, and Jesse has grown his influence in the World of Warcraft community ever since. His main focus these days is his Youtube channel.

Q: What’s on your Youtube channel?

A: “It’s your standard let's play stuff, except instead of scare-cam videos, it's all about a grown man looking for every single bit of loot and story he can squeeze out of today’s games.”

About four years ago, in what would become the stuff of new media legend, Jesse hooked up with Eric “Wowcrendor” Hrab and began producing podcasts and videos under the moniker “Cox N Crendor”. In less than four years, the Cox n’ Crendor Youtube channel has accumulated over 26 million views.

Q: How would you describe Crendor?

"Crendor is one of the funniest people I know. He's like the love child of Eeyore and a unicorn: monotone, disinterested, and somehow magical.” – Jesse Cox

There are hundreds of hours of Cox N Crendor productions to consume, but if you’ve never checked out any of them, we suggest you start with Nerdlords of Draenor. That one was a lot of fun.

Q: How did you get here from there?

A: “I'm just blessed to have a job that involves playing video games, and grateful for a fanbase that is cool with the fact that even though I play all sorts of things, it usually comes down to what I enjoy. One minute I'm doing FPS, then stealth, then action, then RPGs. And of course, recently I've been enthralled with Overwatch.”

Q: What’s coming up for you?

A: “I've been a Blizzard fan for going on 20 years, and I'm that guy who buys every game from every franchise Blizzard has. I still jump around between them all every time something new happens, like a new season of Diablo, or the Nova Ops missions. And of course this means I'll be headed back into Azeroth for Legion.”

Q: What’s your message to the World of Warcraft community?

A: “Play how you want. Do what you want. It's Blizzard's game, but it's your world.

For years, people would flip because I didn't use the right addon, or the right build, or the right cast order. I would try my hardest to be the healer or damage-dealer they wanted. I've since learned that I really have more fun not caring.

Look, elitist jerks or whoever clearly know what they are talking about, and I'm not saying they're wrong, but sometimes being highest on the meters isn't the most important thing.

Although, I know a certain guild leader of mine who would disagree.”

Check out Jesse on his website, Twitter, and Youtube for more!

Community Spotlight: Jesse Cox

After he recently visited Blizzard to interview World of Warcraft Assistant Game Director Ion Hazzikostas, we were thrilled to spend a little time talking to community leader and all-around beloved personality Jesse Cox.

Before he had a big audience, Jesse stepped into the spotlight at BlizzCon 2011, and he was armed with a picture of the tail of a snake in Gundrak.

That moment opened a door of sorts, and Jesse has grown his influence in the World of Warcraft community ever since. His main focus these days is his Youtube channel.

Q: What’s on your Youtube channel?

A: “It’s your standard let's play stuff, except instead of scare-cam videos, it's all about a grown man looking for every single bit of loot and story he can squeeze out of today’s games.”

About four years ago, in what would become the stuff of new media legend, Jesse hooked up with Eric “Wowcrendor” Hrab and began producing podcasts and videos under the moniker “Cox N Crendor”. In less than four years, the Cox n’ Crendor Youtube channel has accumulated over 26 million views.

Q: How would you describe Crendor?

"Crendor is one of the funniest people I know. He's like the love child of Eeyore and a unicorn: monotone, disinterested, and somehow magical.” – Jesse Cox

There are hundreds of hours of Cox N Crendor productions to consume, but if you’ve never checked out any of them, we suggest you start with Nerdlords of Draenor. That one was a lot of fun.

Q: How did you get here from there?

A: “I'm just blessed to have a job that involves playing video games, and grateful for a fanbase that is cool with the fact that even though I play all sorts of things, it usually comes down to what I enjoy. One minute I'm doing FPS, then stealth, then action, then RPGs. And of course, recently I've been enthralled with Overwatch.”

Q: What’s coming up for you?

A: “I've been a Blizzard fan for going on 20 years, and I'm that guy who buys every game from every franchise Blizzard has. I still jump around between them all every time something new happens, like a new season of Diablo, or the Nova Ops missions. And of course this means I'll be headed back into Azeroth for Legion.”

Q: What’s your message to the World of Warcraft community?

A: “Play how you want. Do what you want. It's Blizzard's game, but it's your world.

For years, people would flip because I didn't use the right addon, or the right build, or the right cast order. I would try my hardest to be the healer or damage-dealer they wanted. I've since learned that I really have more fun not caring.

Look, elitist jerks or whoever clearly know what they are talking about, and I'm not saying they're wrong, but sometimes being highest on the meters isn't the most important thing.

Although, I know a certain guild leader of mine who would disagree.”

Check out Jesse on his website, Twitter, and Youtube for more!

Pre-order the Warcraft Movie Soundtrack Today

The Warcraft movie soundtrack is now available for pre-order. Take this legendary score by Grammy-nominated composer Ramin Djawadi with you wherever you go.

Don’t want to wait? You can stream the entire Warcraft soundtrack on Soundcloud now, before it’s released!

Pre-order on iTunes (digital) – Available June 3

You can learn more about the Warcraft soundtrack by liking Backlot Music’s Facebook page, and you can follow composer Ramin Djawadi on Twitter.

Find out more about the film by visiting the Warcraft movie site, and join the conversation on Twitter with #WarcraftMovie.

Blizzard at gamescom 2016

From August 17-21, Blizzard will be heading to Cologne, Germany for gamescom 2016! We’ll have some epic stage entertainment, including our famous dance and cosplay competitions, as well as plenty of other activities. This year’s cosplay winner will also receive an invitation to BlizzCon 2016 in November and so become eligible to compete, alongside other winners from select global Blizzard cosplay contests, for the title of Global Grand Champion! We’ll reveal more details and the complete rules as we get closer to the event.

Visitors to our booth will be able to get some hands-on time with all of our games: Overwatch, Heroes of the Storm, Hearthstone, World of Warcraft: Legion, StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void and Diablo.

We look forward to seeing you in Cologne this summer!

Read the Warcraft Movie Prequel—Durotan Available Now!

Prepare for the release of the Warcraft movie by reading the official prequel! Written by best-selling author Christie Golden, Durotan takes you into the heart of the Frostwolf Clan as they struggle to survive on a dying world.

In the world of Draenor, the strong and fiercely independent Frostwolf Clan are faced with increasingly harsh winters and thinning herds. When Gul’dan, a mysterious outsider, arrives in Frostfire Ridge offering word of new hunting lands, Durotan, the Clan’s chieftain, must make an impossible decision: abandon the territory, pride, and traditions of his people, or lead them into the unknown.

Pick up this tale of survival, conflict, and magic at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and many other fine booksellers.

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