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10-24-2011 @ 2:16PM
The only negative criticism I've seen is "Pandas!? Pandas are dumb." It is being repeated over and over again but that seems to be it, that anthropomorphic pandas are inherently childish and the xpac will suck.If only we had featured anthropomorphic tigers. Then this xpac would be badd asss!
10-24-2011 @ 2:49PM
or wolveswait a sec...
10-24-2011 @ 3:17PM
Those players should've stopped playing when Walrus-men were added. Whether it's playable or not, if you have that ideal, Wrath should've been the last straw.I'm intentionally ignoring Tauren because they cover minotaur-esque character roll, so they get a free pass on "animal man" complaints.
10-24-2011 @ 3:45PM
Technically, Tuskarr were first introduced back in Warcraft 3. The same expansion that introduced two completely new continents that had never even been hinted at before, and almost completely retconned the lore and mythology of the franchise.It introduced Kalimdor, Northrend, night elves, tauren, satyrs, quilboar, centaurs, murlocs, wildkin, gnolls, kobolds, nerubians, tuskarr, magnataur, Scourge, and the Burning Legion.I'm sure if these people had been out of diapers when the game was released, they'd have been going "lol kalimdor nevr herd of it! tauren wtf indian cows lawl, blizzfail".
10-24-2011 @ 4:57PM
Don't forget that there are already Bear people (Furbog) and Owl people (Owlkin) in game. Hell me might find out that the Furbog and the Pandaren are related
10-24-2011 @ 5:09PM
That was my thoughts too, Suzaku! These haters probably didn't play wc3 and maybe even not WoW Vanilla. Because there were races, continents and other stuff that just made me go: "o.0" and then to: "xD this is awesome!"
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