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just to ask the 5.1 quest chain on horde side send the player to talk with trolls, Taurens and especially Belfs and let us know how the other races in the horde think about the war and garrosh methods, isn't the alliance one the same?
On topic, i don't think that the pandaren end up like the other races intoduced post vanilla for at last 3 good reasons:
1) they are the only race shared btw alliance and horde
2) the pandarens are basically neutral only 2 small subfaction are affiliated much like the complete opposite of all the other race intruduce escept the goblins
3) they own an entire continent
How about we let the parenting of kids to... their parents? No, seriously, World of Warcraft is a videogame. Gaming it's supposed to be a fun activity (if you have that fun through challenges, social interactions, etc is completely up to you). Not some kind of "School of Hard Knocks about the Real World".
This is a lack of vision on Blizzard's part. The Alliance has always had trouble finding new races that fit with them. For the Horde it's easy to introduce Ogres in a next expansion, they would get integrated very easily. What equivalent do the Alliance have? None, they will probably get some weird race with no lore backing again.
one can only hope
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I really hope they don't.
I dont want to see fat monks fighting off demons with like 6 arms. They'll be completely irrelevant.
And the Shado-Pan are too arrogant to help the other races outside Pandaria.
They aren't human or orcs so they won't get attention. If they do get attention it will be to shit all over their lore like what happened to night elves.
Goblins and Blood Elves both are used a lot more than their alliance counterparts and both bring vital skills to the Horde that helps to flesh out their place in the faction.
Goblins: Engineers & tinkerers of the Horde who always handled the logistics of the faction long before they became playable.
Blood Elves: Master mages, artifact seekers, and scholars of the Horde.
What can you say about the Draenei and Worgen by comparison?
Draenei: Refugee warriors of the alliance with an intimate knowledge of the legion.
Worgen: Refugee Warriors of the alliance.
Worgen and Draenei do not get used because they are replaceable with any of the other alliance races. They sadly do not fill a vital part of the alliance war machine in the same way Goblins and Blood Elves bring something to the mainly Warrior based horde.
I for one Hope the factional Pandaren get used a lot in future, but I suspect we will only be seeing them as the occasional chef npcs in Horde/Alliance bases.
Last edited by Briga; 2013-02-21 at 09:33 AM.
I personally don't want to see anything MoP themed in the future. I think it's better for every new expansion to move away from previous ones (even the ones I like).
I'm sure we're going to see Pandaren NPCs going forward (there are draenei and worgen ones...in fact there are quite a lot of draenei vindicators at Lion's Landing), but as far as their story...it's tied to pandaria. I don't see why their racial story should extend outside of this expansion any more so than "some pandaren joined the Alliance, and went with them, and others joined the horde, and went with them, but most stayed on pandaria. The end."
The Draenei situation can be helped by having them step up to solve issues on Azeroth with their strange other worldly tech, their connection to the light, or Velen's visions prompting them to take action themselves.
The Worgen themselves is a harder nut to crack, but a start would be for have them get more of a presence in the world than a tree. Maybe have a "Gilnean offensive/division" land somewhere to help out the Alliance rather than having the 7th legion always turn up.
I think the goblins are going to hire them to open up a chain of Pandaren cuisine take-out restaurants and buffets.
I could actually see the Pandaren from the Wandering Isle become more relevant in post-MoP content. Their entire original reason for leaving Pandaria in the first place was to explore the world, I could see them becoming a type of neutral group of explorers or become a guild of heroes that travels the world righting wrongs and what not and being a group of quest givers in any new regions that they travel to along with the players/factions. Not to mention the arrival of the Horde and Alliance has probably sparked off a sense of adventure and wanting to see whats out in the great big world in some of the pandaren that originate from Pandaria, I could see a lot of familiar faces pop up in future areas. I see them more like the neutral goblins now, they can pop up anywhere and are not really restricted to story developments for each faction due to their mostly neutral presence.
Last edited by Mechazod; 2013-02-21 at 12:55 PM.
oh wait, it didn't. it focused on orcs.
who was invited to watch the argent tournament and oversee the preparation of the champions who would storm ICC? sylvanas? nope, thrall and garrosh.
who was there in ICC as the horde representative? sylvanas? nah, garrosh. sylvanas just took a beating in a 5-man dungeon and ran away with her tail between her legs.
Last edited by rogueMatthias; 2013-02-21 at 12:52 PM.