Blizzard launch new series of animated shorts telling the story of Pandaria

World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria

By on August 5, 2013 at 6:25 pm

Blizzard have kicked off a new series of animated shorts starring the last pandaren emperor, Shaohao. This series, titled ‘The Burdens of Shaohao’, will tell the story of the continent of Pandaria and its history.

Part one, ‘Prelude’, is now available. Watch it below!

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3 comments (Leave your own)

Damn Panda Lovers. Why won’t you just marry South Korea Blizzard!

I don’t want to sound like a hateful person but I’m annoyed at Blizzard including silly races like Pandas into WoW when I was already discontent about having aliens to the story in the previous installments. At first I was annoyed about the Warcraft RTS storyline ruined by a bunch of hardcore raider players who kill every single notable character but now I’m frustrated with the push on Pandas.

WoW Story after Frozeon Thrown:
And then a bunch of kick arse Heroes came in and killed Illidan, The Lich King, a random power named Deathwing and more. Epic loot was dropped and there were Pandas. The End.

 

timmytim,

Ughh, dude, Not just hateful. If you don’t like it honestly move on to something else and save yourself some heartache about not having a story to your liking, instead of pissing and moaning about it.

I for one like how blizzard is trying to incorporate the story more in and out of the game, it’s better then it used to be and this little short is pretty damn cool and the voice acting is also good.

Don’t get me wrong they have made some crappy choices throughout the years But I do enjoy the lore of Warcraft.

 

timmytim:
a random power named Deathwing

Uhhh… never mind.

 
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