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11-01-2011 @ 11:05AM
Thank you very very much Adam. I hereby forbid anyone from asking any of those questions again. (No, it won't work, but I can dream.)
11-01-2011 @ 11:44AM
I agree totally, but there are a few pressing questions left completely unanswered. Like:1) What happens to my VP when 4.3 happens?2) Can Pandaren of different factions talk to each other?I need to know.
11-01-2011 @ 11:51AM
@ King Oomie III1. They will abandon you in your hour of greatest need.2. Theoretically, they could, but they won't. Some will side with the Alliance, some with the Horde, and it'll be like the miniseries North and South, with families being torn apart by political ideology.Don't let the fuzzy pandas fool you. We are headed for dark times.
11-01-2011 @ 12:46PM
I seriously doubt a column devoted to answering questions will discourage people from asking questions even if those questions were asked before.At least I hope not.
11-01-2011 @ 7:46PM
It makes me laugh a lot when people get all worked up about Pandaren being unable to talk to each other . . . Why can't human and worgen PCs talk to forsaken PCs, when just 20 years ago we were all humans? Why can't blood elf PCs talk to Alliance high elf NPCs in Outland? And, most importantly, why can't we all use the language(s) we use to talk to neutral NPCs with PCs of the opposite faction? THE WORLD NEEDS TO KNOW!
11-02-2011 @ 9:11AM
@undeadgoatWith the forsaken not being able to communicate with the humans and worgen, I would imagine that having a functional jaw is required to effectively speak common, but not for Gutterspeak of Orcish. As for the elves, everyone knows that blood elves and high elves are too snooty with each other to stoop to the point of actually talking. Really. If I recall lore right, the High Elves despise the Blood Elves because they let their magic addiction consume them. And the neutral NPCs use a special Gnomish-grade Goblin-engineered telepathic brain-implant that allows sound waves to be translated into brain impulses of the NPC's native language.
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