Pandaria Delenda Est

During the times of the Roman Republic, Cato the Elder was veritably obsessed with the Carthaginian Empire as a threat to Rome and was convinced that only Carthage's utter destruction would assure Rome's continued survival.  To that effect, and to impress upon his fellow Senate members' the importance of this fact, he always ended his speeches with the phrase Carthago delenda est, meaning "Carthage must be destroyed", regardless of the content of the speech.  He could have been talking about basic sanitation for the Greek quarter, but Carthage's destruction was still slipped into the end.

Historically, we all know what happened. Carthage was destroyed, Rome survived for about 7 more centuries as Rome (and 15 more centuries as Constantinople).  If you didn't know that, shame on you.

Warcraftically (yes, what?), I abhor the concept of Pandas and Pandaria, and thus is born this blog.  Well, of that hatred and my utter love of the Warcraft universe and expansions. Combine the two, and you get this.

Pandaria delende est!


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