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3-26-2012 @ 3:12PM
I think it makes sense that the Pandaren go to the capital cities of whatever faction they pick. Logically they would want to know more about the people they have decided to follow.It also makes sense that they would get chummy with the respective faction leaders and be welcomed in. Aren't the Horde and Alliance fighting over resources in Pandaria? Damn straight they want to make a good impression on their new allies in the hopes of getting more support.It also funnels the Horde and Alliance Pandaren to different continents to start leveling. Nothing keeps them there of course, but--in theory--it helps even out the panda explosion a bit across the world.
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