"World of Warcraft" will have a live question-and-answer session with its community at 2 p.m. PT (5:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 p.m. CEST) on Saturday on its official Twitch channel. It will last for an hour and will feature "WoW" community manager Josh "Lore" and lead game designer Ion "Watcher" Hazzikostas. Read on to learn more about it.

Battle.net reports that Hazzikostas and Allen will answer questions from fans and players of Blizzard Entertainment's popular video game. It will include topics such as the upcoming "WoW" Patch 6.2 content as well as the Patch 6.1. Hazzikostas will also delve into the challenges they faced and the lessons  they learned during the development of the "Warlords of Draenor" expansion.

For those who have queries for "Watcher" and "Lore," all they have to do is post their questions on the live Q&A's Battle.net forum thread. Questions can also be submitted on Twitter. Just use the hashtag #WarlordsQA to ensure that your queries will be seen. Keep in mind that only questions with 40 words or less and submitted before 12:01 a.m. Pacific time on Saturday will be considered.

Some of the questions posted on the live Q&A forum thread include those about the recent drop in the frequency of developer communication and the introduction of the shipyard. A "Warcraft" community member who uses the name Ningjing wanted to know why the current followers system wasn't expanded.

Other "Warcraft" community members are also interested in updates on the recruiting situation for mythic raiding with cross real restrictions and the changes to warrior t18 bonuses. "WoW" community member Skrongo wanted to know if the warrior t18 bonuses could be made usable. Meanwhile, some "WoW" players are curious about disabling flight in current and future game content. They are also concerned about mounts not being able to fly anymore.

Click here to visit the specific thread about the Live Q&A on the "World of Warcraft" general forums. Click here to visit the official "WoW" Twitch channel. Click here to check when the live Q&A will be held in your local time.