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Garrosh will be this expansion's final boss.Da *!@#.....really? O_OAs patches progress, the Alliance and Horde decide that Garrosh is a menace, growing even more power-hungry with each development. The final patch will be the Siege of Orgrimmar, where everyone unites to take him down.Well...there goes any chance of a redeemable character from Garrosh; guess he's going to be like his father after all.Klaxxi: Rebel order of mantid lords who fear their queen has gone insane.So, like the Nerubians, we get to fight along side them. Cool.Yaungol: A newly-discovered descendent of Tauren, similar to the Taunka in Northrend. When Pandaria broke up, they were stranded and eventually developed into a visually distinct sub-race. They've been forced out of Townlong Steppes by the Mantids and ferociously want their lands back.YAK PEOPLE! Heh, well that explains that one screenshot.All the new fighting on Pandaria unleashes the full wrath of the Sha, a force that feeds upon negative energy. In addition, the strengthened Sha will infect the mantids, making their annual swarm even more potent than usual. Meanwhile, the ferocious Mogu will reunite with the Zandalari, their old friends, in an attempt to reclaim their kingdom.Hm, Mogu and Zandalari, are we finally gonna learn where the Trolls fit into the formation of the races of Azeroth? And that's interesting about the Sha over shadowing the Mantids with madness.Pandaren Faction Differences Pandaren that join the Alliance and the Horde are considered to be very rare--they're a subset of the already-rare group that's decided to explore and live on The Wandering Isle. Most Pandaren remain neutral and isolated on the main continent. Pandaren that pick a faction do so knowing that isolate them from their previous world and family. Pandaren live in the moment--while they're reclusive, everything they do is whole-hearted and intense, from farming to drinking to sleeping. They prefer meditation to combat--when they do fight, it's with their whole body. They are careful to show negative emotions, as that quite literally can summon a physical enemy. Alliance Pandaren follow the path of the Tushui, focusing on justice and morality. Their leader is Aysa Cloudsinger, who firmly believes success in any endeavor never justifies immoral deeds. Horde Pandaren follow the path of the Houjin, which are impulsive and pracical. Ji Firepaw is the leader, believing it's honorable to defend home and family no matter the cost. Before Mists, interactions with the Alliance and Horde were very rare. Chen Stormstout is one of the most famous explorers, taking part in epic events such as the Liberation of Theramore while always on the move for exotic brewing ingredients. He's back in Mists on the Pandaren mainland, investigating the problems behind his brewery.Well done Blizzard! Though, really, giving the Yang to the Alliance and the Yin to the Horde?Glyph of the Stag: Your Travel Form now appears as a Stag and can be used as a mount by party members.Haha! That is awesome!All the stuff for the new content section sounds great; the Scenarios, the Challenge modes and the Pet battles.Pandaren get a cutscene with the Alliance and the Horde, showing the current situation and the personality of their faction leader. Horde: Garrosh is beserk that he's missing a fleet of ships, after using the floor in front of his throne to show animated versions of navel battles he's instigated and won against the Alliance. There were major victories off the coast of Tanaris and Tol Barad, with a supply root to Booty Bay established. He ends up strangling a goblin who brings him news of Alliance counter-attacks and reveals that a ship has been lost. He ignores advice to focus on the future instead of the past, and demands payment of debts from realms in his power. This clearly sets the stage for how Garrosh will spiral out of control later. Alliance: The Alliance scene is more subdued, taking place in Varian's war room. The generals calmly analyze the situation and decide to try to rescue their survivors and cargo. The cutscene ends with an epic shot of your character flying over the sea on an Alliance airplane.Looking forward to watching both of those.The stuff about the Monk is pretty interesting; can't wait to see the final finished project.And the dungeons and raids section is great; gonna be awesome that all of the starting raids are gonna be in LFR! Also, can't wait to see the updated Scholomance! 041b061a72