[GUIDE]The Pandaren – Cute and Deadly WoW Gold Hunters
In our last guide we check out three of the races players can pick for Horde WoW gold hunters. Today we will look at the only race that does not start with a specific faction, the Pandaren. We will take a look at their lore as well as the basic information new players will need to know about the race.
Neutral start for WoW gold hunters
The Pandaren were once under the yoke of an oppressive race of ancient warlords called the Mogu. However, with cunning and martial skill, they staged a revolution and overthrew their rulers. After which they established their own empire and lived in relative peace. Even during the invasion of demons in Azeroth, Pandaria was spared thanks to the deals made by the last emperor of the Pandaren kingdom. This neutrality is why new World of Warcraft players who pick this race do not have to pick a faction immediately. They will have to choose eventually, especially if they plan to earn or buy WoW gold later on.
Picking your WoW gold hunter’s side
Pandaren characters in WoW do not remain neutral forever. Once your character reached level10, and after the completion of the quest line for the starting zone, your character will encounter a quest. To be more specific, your Pandaren will get the A New Fate quest. Note that this can only be completed once you hit level 12. This quest is where you will have to pick if you want to be Alliance or Horde for the rest of the game. Horde hopefuls will need to finish the quest by talking with Ji Firepaw. On the other hand, Alliance candidates will have to talk with Aysa Cloudsinger.
Your new WoW gold hunter
Players who pick Pandaren will start in the Shang Xi Training Grounds on Wandering Isle. They will have access the classes, Hunter, Mage, Monk, Priest, Rogue, Shaman and Warrior. For starting attributes, they get 22 in Spirit, 21 in Stamina and 20 in Strenght. Their Intellect is at 19, while their Agility is at 18.
When it comes to Racial Traits, they get Epicurean which doubles the benefits of Well Fed effects. This works well with Gourmand that increases their Cooking skill. Inner Peace doubles their rested experience bonus, while Bouncy halves their falling damage. Finally, they have Quaking Palm which will incapacitate a target for a few seconds.