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11-01-2011 @ 4:13PM
I do not understand why people get so worked up about "how can we tell if the panda is on our side or their side?". Let's walk through the steps to distinguish the (suckass/cuddly-awesome) alliance panda from the (cuddly-awesome/suckass) horde panda.You're in a battleground, perhaps AV, riding on your mount. All of a sudden, a giant Pandaren shaman rounds the bend, running straight up to you from behind. How do you know if this Panda is on your side?Step 1: Is the Panda running willy-nilly all over the place, seemingly hammered? If so, laugh. If not, proceed to step two.Step 2: Does the approaching panda have a huge, honking red name above his head? If so, make a panda stew with his flesh. If not, proceed to step three.Step 3: When your cursor moves over the now-very-close-to-you panda, does it change into a sword? If so, feed him some panda food laced with a lethal dose of cyanide. If not, proceed to step four.Step 4: Is the panda, who has by now reached you while you were reading this, hitting you in the face with either spells or a giant weapon? If so, put him on the endangered species list. If not, congratulations, that big cuddly ball of kickassery is in your faction! Congratulations!
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