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8-08-2011 @ 9:42PM
@KrytAt this point, why should Blizz care if China gives a rat's ass about playable Pandarens? China just gave a big F U to Blizz with that Theme Park with Blizz's IP all over it and none of it authorized by Blizz. Let's not forget the forced gold-farming in China's prisons and all that crap Blizz had to do just to get WoW okayed there, once again only to have China screw them over with a copyright violating Theme Park.On topic: I don't want Pandarens for either side, I just don't care enough about them to have them be playable. I'd rather Blizz put their efforts into updating the current races to the quality of Goblins and Worgen, updating neglected zones (Arathi Highlands is calling, they want their updates too), and giving us quality endgame content (new BGs, Raids, Dungeons, Arenas, and Quests). I'd also rather not get a new class. Just open up the current classes to more races (especially poor Gnomes, they really got the "short" end of the class stick) and make each spec stand out almost as a different class from the other specs. Right now the only class in the game that feels different when you change specs is the Druid (and not just for the cosmetic reasons). Balance gets a new resource, Feral has totally different gear, and Resto is solid by itself. You can't say the same for the other classes, especially the "Pure" classes. I'm still wondering where the freedom of choice is in the talent trees that we were promised, almost every player of the same spec has an identical spec for PvE or PvP depending on their playground of choice.
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