Tuesday, April 10, 2012

A Guide To The New Pandaren.

Incredibly elusive and completely misunderstood, the majestic Pandaren have long been an enigma to the other races of Azeroth. Their noble history stretches back into millennia, boasting a cultured civilisation well before the arrival of humans and before the cataclysmic events of Azeroth.
Inhabitants of a magical land lush with a thriving ecosystem, the Pandaren were once captives to a monstrous race of evil warlords called the Mogu. Their tenacity and affinity for unarmed combat were indispensable assets of their successful revolution that overthrew the corrupt rule of the Mogu and in the process they would establish an empire that would stand to this very day.
During the bleak days that preceded the sundering of the world, when demons flooded onto Azeroth and threw the entirety of the mortal realm into jeopardy, the last Emperor of the pandaren discovered a way to protect his land from the devastation. His deal with fate shrouded his land within an impenetrable mist for ten thousand years, but the nature of his transaction has left Pandaria haunted ever since…
Here are a couple of quick facts regarding this powerful addition to the World of Warcraft universe. The starting area of the Pandaren is called Pandaria regardless of which faction you choose.
The available classes to the Pandaren race are the Hunter, Mage, Priest, Rogue, Shaman, Warrior and the new class that will be introduced in Mists of Pandaria, the Monk.
The Pandaren are a unique race with a unique set of abilities which will serve them well in both PvP and PvE.
Their first trait, Bouncy, lets you take 50% less damage from a fall. A far more useful trait is Epicurean, which as the name implies, allows a Pandaren player to increase the stat benefits from food by an additional 100%. Gourmond is also a food-related trait, which increases your cooking skill by 15.
Inner Peace ensures that your rested bonus lasts twice as long, which will be welcomed with open arms by players who wish to reach level 90 as fast as possible.
By far the most useful trait for PvP is Quaking Palm, which is essentially a Crowd Control ability. It's description reads thus 'You touch a secret pressure point on an enemy target, putting it to sleep for 3 seconds.'
A lot of players have questioned Blizzard's decision to include the Pandaren in the WoW universe, which may seem at odds witht the design and feel of the overall game. I mean, cute and cuddly bears hardly seem a right fit next to barbaric Orcs and Trolls.
Whatever the reason behind their decision, the fact remains that the expansion is almost ready and is slated for release in 2013.
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