World of Warcraft has over 11 million players from all over the globe but even more surprising is just how many of those players feel really “LOST” in the lore and many are intimidated by how much is going on and do not really understand why or where to understand it all.
Fortunately Blizzards feels your pain. They have recently released a subsection on Battle.net which tells The Story of Warcraft from its beginnings in 1994 all the way up to Hour of Twilight – the last content released for World of Warcraft. The section breaks down each bit of lore from Warcraft and World of Warcraft by individual release in the form of chapters offering a synopsis, videos and artwork. Its very detailed and informative, a must for World Of Warcraft lovers or just those who would like to know more about the characters and world they play in or hope to explore with the new expansion “Mists Of Pandaria”.
When it comes to MMORPG’s (Massively Multiplayer Online Games) or just online games for short, I’ve played quite a few, but my all time favorite and also for 12 million other gamers worldwide is World Of Warcraft. I started playing around 2005 and instantly fell in love with the Lore and the beautiful art style of the world. I followed through all 3 expansions and shed a tear for the last one” Cataclysm” which saw the Azeroth as we knew it ripped to sunder as beautiful cities and landscapes shifted and collapsed and formed new ones. Its a good thing I took plenty of screen shots of everything before Deathwing enforced her destruction on the world.
This month will see the 4th expansion for World Of Warcraft called Mists Of Pandaria.On September 25,2012 Blizzard introduces the Pandarens which in all honesty look like kung fu panda, but remember, Blizzards take on these characters came way before that movie.The major setting is the land of Pandaria, one of the continents of the world of Azeroth. The discovery of Pandaria is made after a naval battle between the Horde and the Alliance. It had been hidden by magic since The Sundering.
Mists of Pandaria will raise the existing level cap from level 85 to 90. It will introduce a new character class, the Monk, along with a new playable race, the Pandaren. The vanity pet system will be overhauled and will include a pet battle system. New PVEscenarios will be introduced, and Challenge Modes will be added for dungeons. The existing 41-point talent trees will be replaced by a new system of tiered talents that are awarded every 15 levels. Blizzard has stated that there are plans for nine new dungeons, three new raids, and four new battlegrounds.
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