Rated 12+ video game with cow men and gnomes with age groups as low as 6 to as high as 70 or more. Yep pandaren seem to fit in pretty well.
The question I don't have answer for that, are they MMO gamers? (Korea is legend in SC but that is different type)
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Crazy initial post.
History of pandaren in Warcraft
Pandaren, for the reason(s) above and within the link, couldn't be much more for / of the World of Warcraft.
i agree with all the options they chose pandas?
Second thing, the Orcs had nothing to do with destroying the Blood Elves' land. That would be the Scourge.
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No, they didn't allied with the orcs. They allied with their former ranger general whose people happens to be allied with the Horde. And from a strategic standpoint, you really think Blood Elves would have any chance of fighting against Forsaken with their population decimated?
Humans failed to support them when they needed it the most, where Forsaken came in the time of need. They only made natural decision.
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But as for the OP, I'm kind of with him. I wouldn't complain about the Pandaren, and my warrior currently is one because they're a good laugh, but I can see where people are coming from when they ask if Blizzard is trolling them with all this. I've tried, really hard, to take the Pandaren seriously - and I just can't do it.
That statement doesn't mean they shouldn't be in the game, or that the game is now somehow less fun due to their involvement (it's not), it's just the way I feel about the race as a whole.
After what happened with Garithos they should've seeked council with other Alliance members, instead of following Illidan and his Naga to Outland.
And the orcs wrecked Silvermoon in Warcraft 2.
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And yes they did ally with the orcs. The orcs are the head of the Horde.
I can easily call that betrayel
And horde were enslaved by demons back then, blame the master who call the strings not the puppet
They were still the ones who embraced the demon blood.
And bloodlust is in their genes.
Beside, remaining Alliance forces (Dwarves of Ironforge and kingdom of Stormwind) knew what happened to Quel'Thalas, they never bothered to send reinforcement or any other sort of support.
You can see where it lead them.
It's in their nature. Look at Garrosh. He was never corrupted by demons. Orcs love killing. It's in their blood.
No, killing is not in their blood.