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At BlizzCon 2011, Blizzard introduced a new aspect to World of Warcraft that would later be introduced in the Mists of Pandaria expansion pack. This minor addition pays tribute to one of Japan’s greatest multimedia franchises of all time; Pokémon. … Continue reading
Ragnhild Tronstad explores the concept of character identity in her essay “Character Identification in World of Warcraft: The Relationship between Capacity and Appearance.” The crucial aspects of this chapter in the book, “Digital Culture, Play, and Identity: A World of … Continue reading
The standard world of warcraft set now includes mists of pandaria. I hope you enjoy your pandas. There’s no escape from them now.