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Possibly as a result, a simulacrum has been put into the game as [[Boss Mida]], <Her Tallness>, and is located in the [[Goblin Slums]] of [[Orgrimmar]]. Her assistant nicknamed "Bowie", it seems, has been renamed [[Kazit]]. Three other goblins accompany Her Tallness in the slums; Kazit, [[Bruiser Janx]], and [[Engineer Niff]].
 
Possibly as a result, a simulacrum has been put into the game as [[Boss Mida]], <Her Tallness>, and is located in the [[Goblin Slums]] of [[Orgrimmar]]. Her assistant nicknamed "Bowie", it seems, has been renamed [[Kazit]]. Three other goblins accompany Her Tallness in the slums; Kazit, [[Bruiser Janx]], and [[Engineer Niff]].
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'''[[Pandaren (playable)|Pandaren]]''' are the first neutral playable race introduced with the {{Mists-inline}} [[Mists of Pandaria]] expansion. Players start out on the [[Wandering Isle]], oblivious to the Alliance-Horde conflict until members of those factions crash into the side of the giant turtle, [[Shen-zin Su]]. Once high enough, players must choose which side to continue with.
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{{Mists-inline}} [[Mists of Pandaria]] introduces the [[Pet Battle System]], a way of pitting [[battle pet]]s against one another. Prior to the expansion, most of these were [[Non-Combat Pets]], but they've been given new purpose and sets of abilities.
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Players can engage pets in the wild or other players' pets in order to level. Pets that are captured are added to the [[Pet Journal]], becoming account-bound.
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When the [[Pandaren]] were subjugated by the [[Mogu]] centuries ago, it was the '''[[Monk]]s''' that brought hope to a seemingly dim future. Restricted from using any type of weapon by their slave masters, these Pandaren instead focused on harnessing their chi and learning weaponless combat.
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Monks are a hybrid class. Masters of bare-handed combat, monks choose to draw their weapons only for devastating finishing moves. Monk healers bring harmony and balance to every group, healing even the most grievous of injuries with ancient remedies and focused spiritual arts. And few can hope to out-last the unquenchable prowess of the Monk Brewmaster, whose empowering beverages and unpredictable combat style allow them to absorb incredible amounts of punishment.
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Pandaren masters have chosen to share their ancient martial arts with young fighters in both the Alliance and Horde. Harnessing their inner strength and potent "chi" energy, Monks are extremely capable in every role: damage, defense, and healing.
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'''[[Chen Stormstout]]''', a jovial and independent Brewmaster of [[Pandaria]], like many other Pandaren Brewmasters, left his hidden empire to journey the lands, searching for exotic ingredients for his ever-evolving concoctions.
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His journeys have taken him far from his homeland, beginning in [[Durotar]], where he met with such famous Azerothians as [[Rexxar]], [[Thrall]], and [[Jaina Proudmoore]]. He disappeared for a time, all but seemingly forgotten, and it seems he has found his way back to [[Pandaria]]. There he can be found exploring with his niece [[Li Li]] and striving to reclaim his birthright, the [[Stormstout Brewery]].
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The Pandaren Empire was founded before the Great Sundering of the world, and is believed to be just as old as the kaldorei civilization. It shared and traded resources, goods, ideas and mystic knowledge with the haughty [[night elves]] of central [[Kalimdor]] in the years before the [[War of the Ancients]]. As the night elves' obsession with the forces of magic drove them to the brink of madness, the gentle [[pandaren]] severed ties, withdrew and closed their borders, and left the night elves behind forever. The pandaren clans, or shao'dins, traveled far across the seas and established crude but beautiful cities of stone and sturdy bambus reed on an island they named [[Pandaria]]. In time they built a new empire on the island. For ten millennia, the world had forgotten pandaren.
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Only recently was Pandaria discovered, as the Alliance and Horde brought their bloody conflict to its shores. The resulting bloodshed embroiled the entire land, bringing forth the dark [[sha]] and upending the pandaren peaceful way of life.
 
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Queen Azshara was the beloved ruler of the kaldorei ten thousand years ago, and is the current ruler of the monstrous naga. Entrancingly beautiful and beloved by her people, Azshara began a descent into madness when she was corrupted by the Dark Titan Sargeras, master of the Burning Legion.

After her defeat at the hands of Malfurion Stormrage, and the Great Sundering that sent her and much of her Highborne into the depths of the sea, Azshara was transformed into the Empress of Nazjatar — progenitor of the serpentine naga. Azshara is the greatest mortal mage ever to live. In fact she may no longer be mortal.


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