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10-29-2011 @ 10:26AM
Absolutely, I second this idea. I am so insanely tired of hearing about Kung Fu Panda. I've never even seen the movie, but of course know of it, and my brain never once went that route, until I heard it being spouted every which way I looked. Oi. Everyone is entitled to their opinion, of course. But, I can't help but feel that so many of the folks who keep shouting from the rooftops about how childlike and silly the Pandaren are and how ridiculous MoP is for the next expansion, are actually doing so in the most immature and juvenile ways. What does that say? Have an opinion, but express it maturely and respectfully. The people who seem to hate MoP and the Pandaren as the next race, also seem to express themselves in the most childish of ways. They're so loud and vile, even. I don't understand. Are they just the vocal minority or what? I thought that the average WoW player would be pretty pumped about MoP and the new race. I mean, I've heard for years now, over and over, how much a large portion of the community has wanted Pandaren in the game. Personally, I'm thrilled about MoP. First off, I'm just happy to keep getting expansions. I mean, out of all the MMOs I've ever played, WoW is by far the best and to just keep getting expansions, in general, I'm grateful. But, I've never really been disappointed in a single one, to be honest. Of course, I have things I dislike about each one, but I'm extremely pleased in general, every time. And, MoP looks -gorgeous- so far. I love the asian theme, the music seems great, I'm thrilled to get a new class (and Monk, no less!) and the Pandaren.. be still, my beating heart. The male Pandaren look incredible so far. And, as long as they make the females look just as incredible, I will be over the moon.
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