Blizzard has released another issue of The Gadgetzan Gazette! This time around it talks about the city's new port and the effect it's having on Gadgetzan.

Previous teasers included the first issue of The Gazette, and a postcard from Gadgetzan.

Towards the end, the article mentions red mana, dragon people, and mysterious cloaked and hooded figures.

"When asked about rumors of mysterious cloaked and hooded figures linked with smuggling, illicit potion parlors, and strange red mana that seem to originate from the port, the mayor was incredulous, 'Oh, swell. Conspiracy theories now? What is it with you people? I bet you'll be asking me about dragon people in disguise infiltrating the city next!' Unfortunately, the mayor found pressing business elsewhere and departed before we were able to follow up with him regarding a promising new lead on secret dragon people rumored to be infiltrating the city."

For those on small screens, here is the full article:

Gadgetzan port officials today announced cord-breaking rates of trade as measured in tons of goods and cargo. Once a landlocked oasis on the fringes of the vast Tanaris desert, Gadgetzan's plucky citizens have truly risen above disaster and capitalized on new opportunities to make it Azeroth's premier port city and shopping destination.

Mayor Noggenfogger was on hand to celebrate the announcement by collecting docking fees and praising the port operators (after he'd counted the earnings). The mayor cited Gadgetzan's new proximity to the Great Sea, along with his policies endorsing low barriers to trade--and disinterest in the "silly laws and regulations" espoused by his less visionary counterparts in other cities--as major contributors to the city's success. The mayor had no (printable) comment regarding the claim that his laissez-faire policies have allowed a new class of hoodlum to flourish in the shadows, a charge the mayor's office has staunchly denied.

In addition to a vast (some have called it chaotic) network of docks and warehouses, the port district is home to the Gadgetzan Mega Market, called the "Mega-est Market in the World" by the Gadgetzan board of tourism. The influx of trade from just about everywhere has contributed a huge spike in the Gadgetzan economy, as well as the shopping district's growth. Locals claim you can find anything you could ever want (and a few things you don't) among its maze of shops and stalls, from rare alchemical ingredients to exotic creatures, and everything in between--all under one huge roof.

We met with Mayor Noggenfogger in the Meta Market's "chow kingdom" to grab a bite to eat and talk about the role that shopping plays in Gadgetzan's economy. "The Mega Market is one of my favorite places in the city! There's nothing like the musical clink of gold coins to soothe a goblin's soul, and it warms my heart to see the glorious gears of capitalism grinding away for the good of Gadgetzan! The city is proud to play host to an institution like the Mega Market. it's a place where an anybody can start turning themselves into a somebody."

When asked about rumors of mysterious cloaked and hooded figures linked with smuggling, illicit potion parlors, and strange red mana that seem to originate from the port, the mayor was incredulous, "Oh, swell. Conspiracy theories now? What is it with you people? I bet you'll be asking me about dragon people in disguise infiltrating the city next!" Unfortunately, the mayor found pressing business elsewhere and departed before we were able to follow up with him regarding a promising new lead on secret dragon people rumored to be infiltrating the city.