The Lorewalkers, what is worth fighting for?
WoW Lore from the beginning http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_jiMNPOLyk&list=SP9SDgKuVby4BazyGkGQpWgAoOv5_QT-KS
Tags The Mogu Lore Pandaren Lore The August Celestials Lore The Shado Pan Lore The Shado-Pan Lore The Shadow Pandas The Brawler's Guild Lore The Darkspear Rebellion lore The Dominance Offensive Lore the Kirin Tor offensive lore Operation: Shiedwall Lore The Sunreaver Onslaught Lore The Anglers lore The August Celestials Lore Emperor Shaohao Lore The Golden Lotus Lore The Klaxxi Lore The Lorewalkers lore The Order of the Cloud Serpent Lore Shado-Pan Assault lore The Tillers lore What is the source of your power? Think carefully before you answer. Many adventurers point to their weapons of their equipment or to tomes of arcane light. Long ago when my people were slaves of the Mogu Empire we were forbidden from carrying any weapon at all. We were not fighters, and no one believed we could fight the mogu without magic and steal. Until Khang, the first of first dawn opened our eyes. One day the beloved monk issued a challenge to his fellow slaves. Hit me he called out. Surprised the beleaguered Pandaren slaves tried to strike Khang. One by one they failed, for he intercepted their blows like a dancer and sidestepped their attacks like a reed in the wind. Our backs are hardened by the whips of the Mogu he told them. Our arms are powerful from building their fortresses, our minds are sharp from working alongside our enemy. You think the Mogu are stronger? I say we are their strength. The farmers, the bricklayers, the shepherds, the smiths, they all bowed before Khang. Teach us they said, teach us to fight, and when they rose they rose as warriors. Your voice, your hands, these are the tools of true heroes, use them well and you can change the world.
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The Mogu are considered the first race in Pandaria. They resemble the Chinese guardian lions...