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The Queue: Come to me, Mass Effect 3 {WoW}

Mar 5th 2012 3:53PM I've always felt that anyone who says the Pandaren are just "easter eggs" or "not part of Warcraft" or whatever, really didn't play Warcraft III -- more specifically, Rexxar's story. Chen Stormstout was as prominent and anchored in the world as the Mok'Nathal. We even saw his keg in Vanilla, and that's part of the mysticism of the race -- they're not exactly "funny easter eggs", but more of a misterious, barely-ever-seen-or-heard-of group. You see what they leave behind, hear the stories, but never actually see them (kinda like nice and mystic Old Gods).
And BTW, for the people saying they're a goofy, ridiculous race, I'm pretty sure you have noticed the Frog-people, Bear-people, Snake-people, Walrus-people, bug-people and even Wolverine-people around Azeroth. Don't be silly.

The Queue: Morshed Khan the sitar player {WoW}

Dec 24th 2011 5:29PM Merry Christmas from the unbelievably-hot and shiny Chile! :D

12 Days of Winter Veil Giveaway: BlizzCon Exclusive Murkablo {WoW}

Dec 16th 2011 10:10AM /roll on this one... really want!

Know Your Lore: The war begins {WoW}

Nov 30th 2011 7:08PM "Not in the face!" -- from Blizzcon, I think it works :D

WoW Archivist: The Emerald Dream, Outland, and other Z-axis secrets, page 2 {WoW}

Aug 9th 2011 1:55PM A friend of mine invited me once to Deepholm and we crossed the wall... after a long while of exploring, on the mini-map we saw dragon skeletons as part of the terrain -- not the kind you find in Dragonblight; here you could see the complete dragon on your mini-map. Any idea if you can see these anywhere else in the world already?

Know Your Lore: The story of the mists {WoW}

Aug 7th 2011 9:16PM Clearly someone never played Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne.
Specifically, Rexxar's mission.
I'm not sure why people claim the Pandaren are a joke-race -- they started like that, sure, but they've been made part of the history of Warcraft already.
Remember Chen's lost keg, in Durotar?

WoW Insider's chronological guide to Warcraft novels, manga, comics, and short stories {WoW}

Aug 4th 2011 7:55PM If it says "Issue/Vol", it is a comic.

The Queue: Panda ... nope, not going to do it {WoW}

Jun 6th 2011 12:11PM "... and raising the dead as her servants."
... And raising the dead as her citizens. (/fix)

Unless, of course, you count having children in Stormwind as Varian raising babies as his servants.

The Queue: Panda ... nope, not going to do it {WoW}

Jun 6th 2011 12:05PM "They are in-game right now and (with one exception) are indistinguishable from regular ogres."
I think you mean orcs :)

Know Your Lore: The Warcraft cosmos, Tinfoil Hat edition {WoW}

Jun 5th 2011 11:21PM Not finished yet, but I think you mistakenly believe that it was the constant use of portals what strains planets to the point of destruction -- the Sundering was caused due to the explosion of the Well of Eternity and the portal that was created using its power. Malfurion and co. destroyed the Well in order to close the portal, and the liberation of energy destroyed the old Kalimdor.
In Draenor, the opening of multiple portals unleashed chaotic forces from the Nether (since at least one of those portals connected directly to it). It's my personal assumption that each gateway also creates some sort of "gravitational pull" to the other side, which is equilibrated when it's just one portal, but since Ner'zhul created so many, the different pulls ripped the planet apart (again, personal theory, but the first part with the chaotic energy is canon).
In Sunwell Plateau, if Kil'jaeden had managed to cross over to Azeroth, we would've had him roaming the world like we had Archimonde, but the Sunwell certainly wouldn't have exploded, unless we had attacked it instead of the demon.
I'll continue reading now =)