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  • This is a great experience and the quests are very fun
  • My personal favorite is Kun-Lai Summit where players will aid the Pandaren inhabitants against the Yaungol, a minotaur like race of cruel raiders

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      World of Warcraft is known throughout the world as one of the most played games yet. It has held the throne of MMORPGS since it’s release in 2004, holding a steady 10 million players. It has received numerous content updates and four expansions with the release of Mists of Pandaria. It has been criticized because of the new playable race, the Pandaren. But it is sure to keep you playing Pandaren or not. Players who are level 85 will be given a quest right when they log into World of Warcraft.

      You will watch a small cinematic involving the leaders of the Horde or Alliance then proceed to boarding a ship and leaving to the shores. You will instantly be launched into battle against the opposing faction and help your commanding officer. Unlike the previous expansions, there is only one starting zone in Pandaria. Alliance and Horde will be on opposite sides of the Jade Forest.

      This is a great experience and the quests are very fun.

      There will be happy quests such as helping Pandaren retrieve kegs of brew and some dark quests involving the Sha, manifestations of negative emotions. Eventually, you will find yourself continuing the battle fighting through the different zones of Pandaria. Pandaria is a beautiful place. There are many unique environments strongly resembling architecture from China. Players will aid Chen Stormstout through the Valley of Four Winds, lush farmlands, beautiful breweries and villages line the valley with Vermin and Sprites causing chaos.

      There is also the Krasarang Wilds where you will battle the Mogu and be introduced to the darkness of Pandaria. My personal favorite is Kun-Lai Summit where players will aid the Pandaren inhabitants against the Yaungol, a minotaur like race of cruel raiders. Players will come across the Grummles, a race of small travelers, and even get a glimpse at the level 90 world boss, the Sha of Anger. The final zones you will level through in Pandaria are filled with darkness. The Townlong Steppes and Dread Wastes are divided from the rest of Pandaria by the Great Wall.

      Shado-Pan, a group of elite Pandaren guard the wall from the Mantid, a bug-like race that is controlled by an evil Empress possessed by the Sha. I really liked the challenge of these zones and was very happy when I finally reached level 90 and was sent to the level 90 zone, Vale of Eternal Blossoms. This was one of the most beautiful places in Azeroth with a massive palace and two cities for the Horde and Alliance. While the end-game content is better than Cataclysm’s, it still lacks the special touch of The Burning Crusade’s end-game. Instead of making things harder it is more time-consuming, there is now valor gates and a huge of amount of dailies.

      The daily cap has ...

      • World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria
      been removed but the dailies give minimal reputation and take weeks just to hit revered. There is also a gate over the other factions until you reach exalted with the Golden Lotus faction which is very stupid. The Player versus Player(pvp) on the other hand has improved. World pvp is more frequent, new battlegrounds, and a new arena. Pvp gear now drops from world bosses and honor gear is slightly harder.

      Although, I am quite mad that conquest can still be capped in one day while honor takes days and maybe even weeks. The new loot system for world bosses and looking for raid is disappointing. It now gives loot randomly and the loot is not trade-able. You will find yourself wasting coins given from dailies only to find them wasted and get a small amount of gold. The Pandaren race has been introduced alongside the new class of the monk.

      The models are great for

      both male and female but the class is nothing more than a rogue with new skins. Every class can be a monk except Goblin and Worgen. There is new leg heirlooms from guild rewards and leveling has become very fast for players but still imbalances low level pvp. Scholomance, Scarlet Monastery, and Ragefire Chasm have been redone and are better than ever with more loot, new models, and new quests. Mists of Pandaria is a great experience while leveling with exciting quests, a great storyline, and beautiful landscape.

      But the dailies are overwhelming and downright annoying. The pve content is easy and the loot system for looking for raid and world bosses is very disappointing. The pvp content exceeds but the pve lacks. Mists of Pandaria is great but is not on the same level as Burning Crusade in difficulty or encounters. It is an improvement over Cataclysm and Wrath of the Lich King but skimmed the target.

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