Any Undead feel weird in MoP?

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Pandaren quest giver says to me "slowwww dowwwn."

My arm falls off in front of him. I awkwardly bend over, pick it up, and refasten it to my elbow.

Pardaren blinks in disbelief.

I say "go on"


I lol'ed
I feel out of place on my Warlock. I mean they need to be in control of their own emotions and mind or they risk being corrupted and controlled by the very demons that they summon, so how does that work if a Sha tries to possess the warlock?
I'm a corpse with tentacles, demonic wings, and a taste for humanoid flesh. Pandaren are just very accepting I guess.

Hozen are too stupid to know otherwise.
Well you have to think that the Pandarans didn't experience all the WotLK stuff, nor did they suffer at the hands of the scourge.

They have no predetermined bias, and even the Hozen... get over it. I like the little Hozen that was in love with the undead rogue in the quests. That is an awesome change of pace.
What the ook is wrong with your face?
You're...you're jeekin' dead? AHHHHHHHHHHHh
What the ook is wrong with your face?
You're...you're jeekin' dead? AHHHHHHHHHHHh


I almost ruined my keyboard spitting my cofffee doing that quest
I wanna know why they know what a Warlock is, & that I am one.

How are they not freaking the Fel out when they see me summon & fight with demons?
10/05/2012 11:07 PMPosted by Mortania
They have no predetermined bias

They know about demons there is a monk you fight for your lvl 20 monk quest who says he would have liked to be a Demon Hunter
I am glad i am not the only one to see this. So far this morning i've had to collect some Sweet Oranges, collect some stupid purple flowers and put up with 2 Panda's call each other Honey Bear and Honey Bun.

Then there is the music and the ambience trying to lift my spirits all day. I feel like its mocking me.

I am nearly finished in Jade Forest and i really hope it gets better because i don't think i can do 2 years of this.

I miss home, i miss the Zombies and the Frost Wyrms and the snow. I miss big Viking giants trying to cleave me in two and i miss the crazy Trolls throwing their Voodoo at me.

I miss Northrend.
Pandarian: YOU MUST MANAGE YOUR HATRED AND ANGER.

Me: uhhh.......

This game REALLY needs class quests! Dks would be spawning sha left and right at their farm according to the lore!
Pandarian: YOU MUST MANAGE YOUR HATRED AND ANGER.

Me: uhhh.......

This game REALLY needs class quests! Dks would be spawning sha left and right at their farm according to the lore!


DK's could stand unarmed and alone on the ground floor of an empty building and within the hour there would be so many sha filling the place they'd be spilling out of the penthouse-level windows.
10/05/2012 12:17 PMPosted by Kironys
I felt weird coming to Pandaria as a Blood Elf. Primarily, I feel completely out of place in the airship attack sequence and most of the first zone. When the Jade Dragon sent me off to Valley of Four Winds after telling me "show them that there is more to your people than... [bloodlust and war]", I was completely dumbfounded. The blood elves weren't responsible for the attack. As far as I know, I was the only blood elf on the entire ship (story wise). Either the Jade Dragon is nearly blind as a bat and can't tell a blood elf from an orc, or she is an idiot.


Didn't we make the horde's version of a nuke, and kill everyone on Theramore?
I feel out of place just driving through the beautiful locales on my motorbike. Sorta expect all the Pandaren to come out and complain about the noise disturbing their zen.
I am glad i am not the only one to see this. So far this morning i've had to collect some Sweet Oranges, collect some stupid purple flowers and put up with 2 Panda's call each other Honey Bear and Honey Bun.

Then there is the music and the ambience trying to lift my spirits all day. I feel like its mocking me.

I am nearly finished in Jade Forest and i really hope it gets better because i don't think i can do 2 years of this.

I miss home, i miss the Zombies and the Frost Wyrms and the snow. I miss big Viking giants trying to cleave me in two and i miss the crazy Trolls throwing their Voodoo at me.

I miss Northrend.
I really agree with all of this.

I feel this way 100% on my UD warlock. If I were a monk, an orc warrior, or something less intrinsically evil, I would love the ambiance of Pandaria. I think my characters could zen it up. But on my undead, I feel exactly like I'm being mocked.
And here I was thinking I was the only undead that felt awkward playing through Pandaria. Like really awkward.

I feel so out of place on this character.
I know that feel.

I have to keep reminding myself not to stab and eat my new panda friends.
By this, shouldn't Warlocks spontaneously combust upon stepping foot in Pandaria?
I mean, it's like there should be sha following them everywhere consuming them en masse.
Just wondering.


I think lore-wise, PC-controlled warlocks are uncorrupted ones, inasmuch as they haven't been turned towards the Legion, else they'd start losing control of their characters constantly. Kind of how all Tauren are from.. um... whatever tribe playable Tauren come from and all trolls are Darkspear.

Similarly, all player controlled DKs have total control over themselves, presumably by directing what rage and anger they have towards people who deserve it or whatever, since I don't think city raids actually happen all that often lore-wise. I'm pretty sure it takes more than actual killing to bring forth the Sha; I was under the impression that even the Pandaren have their own police force or whatnot.

As for the Undead, my theory is that the Forsaken are slightly out of step with their surroundings, meaning they may not affect their surroundings as much given their unnaturalness.
Wow this whole thread made me laugh! Love it!!

As for my druid I feel very much at home in panda land. They're all about tending nature, living in harmony and peace and accepting others.

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