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12-13-2010 @ 11:22AM
If blizzard adds Pandarens they will get another 2 million from China
12-13-2010 @ 12:53PM
No, if Blizzard put in Pandarens, there would be NONE sold in China. This is due to China's restrictions on the display of panda bears. So China would not allow the release of it just as they blocked the release of Lich King until Blizzard hid the bones of the undead.Anyhow Pandarens do not really exist in the Warcraft lore at all, they were created as a cross marketing stint with Panda Express around Warcraft III launch. It would be like putting cross dimensional space aliens in the gam....... errr..... nevermind...
12-13-2010 @ 1:29PM
@BristaeIt has been repeated, checked and made sure of so with 100% certainty:No such law against Panda's exists in China, in fact one of their most popular MMOs has panda's as a playable race.
12-13-2010 @ 1:30PM
@Bristae:The thing about China censoring pandas is a myth.
12-13-2010 @ 3:05PM
Panda Express? You mean Pandaren Xpress?You understand that was an April Fool's joke, right? There was no cross-over tie-in with any Chinese food place.Samwise Didier likes pandas. He drew an image of a fighting panda as a joke. He sneaks pandas into tons of stuff. Illidan's Warglaives have panda faces on the handle in WarCraft 3. He created the idea of playable Pandaren as a joke. The "Pandaren Xpress" was an April Fool's joke about being able to order Chinese food in the game. It had absolutely nothing to do with a real life restaurant.Before you spread more misinformation, you should read up on the actual history of Pandarens.http://www.wowpedia.org/Pandaren
12-13-2010 @ 8:50PM
Did we all just get trolled by Bristae?
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