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3-29-2012 @ 12:21PM
I like! I also have noticed the extreme drop of chronically negative commenting on MoP as Kung Fu Panda. Now when people do it, it says a lot about the person's ability to keep up with the bitter nerd social skill set.
3-29-2012 @ 2:30PM
I would think Blizzard loves the references to such a popular movie. It's good publicity for them.And personally, I am way to jaded to think that it was all a grand coincidence that Blizz comes out with Kung...I mean "pandarians" right around the same time as the jack Black vehicle.Sure, it's just a coincidence. No high-paid marketing suit never, ever, ever saw a connection.No sireebob.
3-29-2012 @ 1:13PM
Kung-Fu Panda: 2008Pandaren: April 1st 2002Yup, must be a coincidence...
3-29-2012 @ 1:21PM
@ByndeYou do realize that the first Kung-fu panda came up years before MoP was announced? And that Pandaren were created years before Kung-Fu panda was made? And that Pandarens were going to be included in Burning Crusade as a Alliance race before they decided to use Draenei instead, which was also a year before Kung-Fu Panda?Which is to say... timing don't really work, yo.
3-29-2012 @ 2:51PM
I think it's simply adorable that you guys think there was noconsideration of Kung Fu Panda I or II when this idea of 'Mists' wasin development. (BTW, KFP II came out in 2011). Don't ever change your innocent ways. It's refreshing to see.
3-29-2012 @ 4:16PM
I think a timeline of events may be too complex for these people..
3-29-2012 @ 7:37PM
@Bynde:I'll just leave this here... http://classic.battle.net/war3/pandaren/It's the official Blizzard page of the Warcraft 3 joke about Pandaren. You can look at the Kung-Fu Panda references of the illustrations.Don't ever change your foolish ways, it's refreshing to find someone so easy to bash :)
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