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3-10-2008 @ 10:31AM
I think it would be fun...but if I remember from the first Blizzcast, the art director who came up with Panderen basically said they were a joke and alluded to the feeling that they aren't going to be a major part of any Blizzard games. More on topic, I think instead of being a matter of legality, this is about corporate sensitivity. I know dragons and pandas aren't the same, but when Nike put Lebron James' first shoe in China, they used dragons in the promotional material and it was wildly unpopular. (You'd have thought that after employing child labor in Asia for decades, Nike would have known better.) Kudos to Blizz if they are more sensitive to the culture of their customers than Nike.
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