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Tags WoW Lore Mists of Pandaria Lore Warcraft Lore World of Warcraft The Lich King and Deathwing The Klaxxi Lore The August Celestials Lore Chen Stormstout Lore Why do we fight to protect home and family to preserve balance but for my kind the true question is what is worth fighting for to ask why we fight is to ask why the leaves fall it is in their nature perhaps there is a better question Fathers and sons. Mothers and daughters. As parents we pass our legacy on to our children. What values do we choose to instil in our progeny? What will our children learn from our mistakes? What sort of world will we create and leave behind for our daughters and sons? Parents place their children on a path, but they do not always know where the path will take them. The mogu were children as well, children of the titans. They were once a legion of stone, heartless and obedient. By the Titan's command they fought the terrible secrets of the Old God's they shaped the mountains and carved the rivers of the land, and they created a magical cradle of life in a hidden valley that we now call the Vale of Eternal Blossoms. But eventually the Titans fell silent and their creations were cursed with flesh. The Mogu grew restless many generations later when the Thunder King united them they seized upon their legacy. I truly believe now that the Mogu thought they were doing the work of the Titans, they fought against the mantid and used the powers of the vale to create new life. But such terrible works. Parents can not always be assured of the legacy they will leave behind. How especially true this is when the parents are gods and their children monsters.
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The Mogu are considered the first race in Pandaria. They resemble the Chinese guardian lions...