The Queue: Your Ex-Lover is Dead

Welcome back to The Queue, the daily Q&A column in which the WoW Insider team answers your questions about the World of Warcraft. Mike Sacco will be your host today.

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NO NAME asked:

Is there any previews of the female pandas yet?

No, and don't expect one for a long time. What you can do between then and now is pray that they fare better than female Worgen did.

Anuillae asked:

I was wondering; why is the Annual Pass available for children? It claims to be a legally binding contract, but, where I live at least, any person under the age of 18 cannot be bound by a contract. And yet I had no trouble signing up for it. Is this an oversight, or intentional, or is my Annual Pass void even though it claims to have succeeded?

I believe, and I could be wrong, that you're not actually able to create an account if you're a minor. If you have an account, it's implied that you're of legal age to sign a contract.

Gossamer asked:

When did Naga start wearing shirts and bracers? I seem to remember them being, well, more naked.

Naga got a nice cosmetic makeover in Cataclysm.

all8280bcc asked:

Why no panda dk option? Has there been an explanation as to why?

How many Pandaren did you see running around defending Kalimdor and the Eastern Kingdoms from the Scourge?

Totugendu asked:

for the WoW annual pass in the FAQ it says "You'll be able to download and play Diablo III as soon as it's available and once you complete the one-year term it's yours to keep, even if you cancel your subscription." In the extended FAQ it states "Q -When will I receive Diablo III?
A-
Diablo III will be available to download via your Battle.net account when the game is released.
which is it I am so confused


You'll be able to download Diablo 3 as soon as it's available, and after your one-year contract is up, D3 is yours to keep even if you cancel your subscription after that point.

Talarian asked:

Question: I didn't start playing WoW until the beginning of the Wrath expansion. Prior to that, was Dalaran actually - physically - in the Alterac Mountains, where the crater currently is? I understand that it was never accessible as a city you could walk into, but did it literally sit there, at least in a visual sense, under that protective dome?

No, there was bare dirt under the protective shield, but any normal player would have no idea that was the case.

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