Their ships were going ballistic on each other all night, and the survivors ended up breaking things which were probably sacred while engaged in full-on 'to the death' combat. That's a good couple of reasons to step in, IMO.
Last edited by Mirishka; 2012-08-16 at 05:49 PM.
Uh-oh, I should've turned on my 'over-sensitive poster who doesn't understand opinions' option.
I don't have one.
I mentioned the Kung Fu Panda because that is one of the ONLY things that people keep bringing up that's 'bad' about it. When you say 'Disney', what exactly would be childish? Mulan? I guess Huns killing everybody is pretty childish.
I didn't insult you, buddy, you took everything I said as an insult.
You just don't want to listen to what I have to say, because it's what you don't want to hear.
"Bye bye." (Though I'm sure you're refreshing at an alarming rate.)
I didn't care for the salad, there were olives in it and I don't like them. I imagine the salad would have tasted a bit better for me if there weren't any olives in it.
This salad is utter garbage because you put olives in it. This entire restaurant is shit and I am never coming back here!
"You know what is better than drinking a beer? Brewing your own beer. And then drinking it. And then... Drinking another beer. And then, punching somebody in the snout! That's what!" - Chen Stormstout
"I'm entitled because I played longer than you, so we are going to sit here and bitch about why we hate something that we shouldn't even really care about, if we don't like it."
People REALLY need to learn how to not take things as direct attacks, hawly shiet.
After seeing the amounts of people that just keep spouting the same; KUNG FU PANDA, CHILD SHIT, NOPE. And refusing to listen to reason, don't you think you'd be a little irritated too? Granted, I was probably too harsh on him, and I appologize, but I'm really gettin' tired of the Disney/Dreamworks bullshit.
Last edited by Cammancy; 2012-08-16 at 05:52 PM.
Didn't like it, but it doesn't matter if i liked it or not anyway because:
-this cinematic doesn't solve the super low population problem of Shattered Halls.
-they still don't offer FCM and ask for 20 euros per char.
Nevertheless, my wow cinematics list is now:
Last edited by juggerneat; 2012-08-16 at 05:51 PM.
Juggerneat - Shattered Halls (EU) (no longer playing)
Actually, we won't be playing Pandarians. The Pandaren we play are not from Pandaria, they are from the Wandering Isle.Sorry, this expansion is not about the pandarian fighting the horde / alliance that invade their home. The Cinematic implied that we would be fighting the pandarian, not playing the pandarian and fighting the opposing faction.
you sir need to stop defending what you dont understand.
Last edited by Bluxwave; 2012-08-16 at 05:54 PM.
Overall an excellent cinematic. Love the orc - human battle...love the landscape, the graphics are top notch and I really like the new work done on the WoW logo. The 3D effect is a small change. Also, gotta love the music used. Really sets the tone well.
Originally Posted by Bashiok
This trailer is just showing us how the balance of PVP Monk VS anything is going to feel for the next couple of years lol. Looks great though just a little too playful for my blood
It is what it is and opinions are just opinions, all of precisely equal value depending on your standpoint, there is no room for right or wrong in the equation.
Speaking personally I am still going to buy MoP and play the game to see if I still continue to like it despite the obvious shift in demographic, hopefully there will still be enough in it to keep me playing for yet another expac. If there isn't then that's fine too, everything must come to an end and for me being a player in a Disney/Pixar Dreamworks inspired theme park (if that's the way the game indeed does go) holds no attraction whatsoever.
The expansion is about the conflict between the Alliance and the Horde. The Pandaren got unwittingly dragged into it when those ships destroyed each other and the Humans and Orcs ended up in Pandaria.
The Pandaren are trying to find their place in amongst all of this and bring balance to it - teaching the Alliance and Horde in the process to set aside their differences and teach them the ways of their culture. Some join the Alliance, some join the Horde - but throughout the land of Pandaria there's plent of Pandaren who do not join either and really could not give two hoots about who is right and wrong only that you stop defiling their land and that if they weren't so blinded by their hatred for one another they would see the beauty in the world around them that they are destroying with their factional warfare. This is what's illustrated in the cinematic - as well as the potential gawping at the resources that might be hidden in Pandaria.
Ultimately this all comes to fruition when the necessity for a unified assault on Garrosh arises - we'll see what happens after that. Will Varian pull another Battle of the Undercity stunt? Will temporary alliances be ditched in favour of murder in cold blood? We shall see.