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In the "WoW is becoming sentient" category, this bug has attained the power of irony as it has taken the ability to understand the Pandaren language... from a Pandaren, which also resulted in possibly the most accurate and yet incorrect support ticket of all time.

Zealousideal_Ebb6997 is having a weird day, as their Pandaren Monk apparently got kicked one too many times in the head and has forgotten how to speak their mother tongue. In a random occurrence seemingly not triggered by anything, the Monk can still speak their native language, but can actually no longer understand it, leading to some hilarity:

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This bug then lead to a fascinating support ticket, as there's not really a "I forgot how to speak my own language" category, so Zealousideal chose the next best thing:

That's some very specific silencing going on there.

The bug itself seems to be related to possible race and faction switching, as DincocolorYawn points out:


This is due to race or faction swapping from and back to panda I think it was, which makes your character have 1/300 skill or some number in pandaren.

While that theory sounds logical and makes sense, I'm still saying WoW is getting more and more sentient and bored, so it's now just messing with players for fun.

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50 minutes ago, FireLordJohn said:

The fact that the pandaren comes out as "om nom nom." is hilarious.

Om nom nom nom! Nom Nom. Om nom nom...

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