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11-01-2011 @ 4:51PM
I didn't see any of these three posts (mine included) as negative; the common theme seems to have been that introducing Pandaren into WoW does not mean slapstick silliness and Kung-Fu Panda must follow. There is the potential for serious depth in the setting. I think conversations articulating that depth are important right now, and that these are positive posts.For me, it was a chance to revisit Lone Wolf and Cub, and AD&D's Oriental Adventures, and 1987, and relate them to MoP. A lot of WoW players didn't read LW&C, or play OA, so hopefully it shed some light on the upcoming expansion.Serious doesn't equal negative. ---Anne, as always, thank you for the link. I'm glad you liked the post.
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