I’m torn on how to draw pandaren eyes

because pandas have pupils with vertical slits like many nocturnal animals and have excellent night vision

But in game they have the usual round pupil

And I can’t decide if I should just go with what they made the Pandaren have (and also avoid people being stupid and saying I’m trying to be a special snowflake by giving my panda “cat-eyes”), or actually go with the more panda-eyes (and have to deal with explaining to people WHY).

Yes yes, Pandaren are only really loosely based off pandas, but still.

I’m weird and can get stuck on random details

Could probably just consider them to be more like cat eyes and say fuck it, they’re usually round except for in brighter light?

[[On a random note, that screenshot reminds me of this]]

I wonder what would happen if someone got corrupted by a Sha of anger or violence because of their negative emotions, but the cause of those emotions was the Sha themselves

Like someone just got really pissed off about the sha being there and fucking up Pandaria

Would the sha-corrupted person go on a rampage to kill all the sha if that’s the focus of their anger? I’d think they’d also end up going on a rampage to kill pretty much everyone that’s Alliance and Horde because they were a catalyst for their return, but I’m just wondering if they’d still go after Sha when they’re corrupted/possessed by one.

My plan for MOP is to just sit by Garrosh and see who the first panda of the horde to come through is

Then make it so I can do pet battles and get a basic team to level 5

Then derp around on an NE monk

So this one time in Beta, because of a quest, I walked into a dungeon that I didnt know was a dungeon and it took me about 5 minutes to figure out it was a dungeon after trying multiple times to try to take out mobs with just me and my turtle. I couldnt figure out why the turtle was dying so easily, so instead I was going to avoid mobs to find the items for the quest. In this one room I found angry juggling pandaren and after wondering why the pandas wer hostile, I figured it out that I must be in a dungeon.

Does this seem like it would work?

So basically what I have here is a Nelf who was once a priestess, but after this incident that resulted in her sister’s death she had her faith in Elune shaken, and in grief she had left the service of the temple to try to learn druidism in honor of her sister, who had a good deal of potential in druidism, but she still carries the grief throughout the years about her sister’s death, which over time develops into anger .. She doesnt have much talent as a druid, so far only really being able to change into a cat and struggling to learn how to take the form of a bear, even after a few years.
Thing is, I kind of want to make her into a monk eventually (whenever I can buy the xpac, which I cant afford at the moment :C). She fights with her staff a lot anyways, more than she changes because she struggles with the forms. Because of how I’ve had her (even before I knew about the new class), I’m thinking maybe she could end up talking with a monk, which leads her into trying to learn techniques to help her find balance and peace from her grief and anger, which helps her to decide that she isnt helping anyone with trying to force herself to be a druid in memory of her sister. She still cant bring herself to go back to being a priestess though, so instead she pursues training as a monk so she can continue to help people rather than just becoming a citizen (which she wouldnt really know how to do. It’d be a bit like a soldier coming back from war. They often have trouble adjusting to civilian life), and hopefully can reach a point where she can mourn properly and find a peace of mind.

What you guys think, it’d be buyable? Get tweaked a bit? Suggestions?

So for those who havnt heard/seen, all the races are going to be available when Pandaria comes out. Even if you have just the basic game you can still get a goblin, worgen, blood elf, draenei, or pandaren (and i know this is likely old news for some people)

http://us.battle.net/wow/en/blog/6994738?utm_source=internal&utm_medium=launcher&utm_campaign=wow&utm_content=news-textlink

With the release of patch 5.0.4, we’re making all the races of Azeroth playable by anyone, no matter which version or expansion of World of Warcraft they own. This includes the enigmatic pandaren, who will become available for play when Mists of Pandaria is released on Tuesday, September 25. We want the entire World of Warcraft community to be able to embrace their inner goblin, blood elf, worgen, draenei, or pandaren from the moment they step foot into the world of Azeroth.

Source us.battle.net