America's Next Top Model Winner: World Of Warcraft 'Really Dropped The Ball With The Pandas'

Yesterday we posted an interview with former America's Next Top Model winner Adrianne Curry, in which she tried to sell Stephen Totilo on her new pheromone fragrance Erox. In the end, though, we mainly talked about armpits.

Curry is an avowed gamer and fan of World of Warcraft, and so in the second part of this interview, Stephen talks to her about the new Mists of Pandara expansion, her guild "The Legion of Derp" and the difficulties of balancing work and gaming.

No armpits, this time. We swear.

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    And no more bullshit made up sex chemicals that don't work?

    Her guild "Legion of Derp" is a TOR guild, not a WoW guild.

      Don't think anyone said it was a WoW guild, dood.

        The way the article is phrased says it quite strongly.

          "Curry is an avowed gamer and fan of World of Warcraft, and so in the second part of this interview, Stephen talks to her about the new Mists of Pandara expansion, her guild “The Legion of Derp” and the difficulties of balancing work and gaming."

          Feel free to educate us, oh ye who has a much stronger grasp of english.

    Still cannot fathom how she won next top model. Nor why they are talking to her about gaming. There are a ton of avowed gamers out there that I am sure are more interesting than her.

      Because OMG SHE'S A HOT FEMALE AND SHE ALSO PLAYS GAMES. That's why.

    Aren't Pandaren a fairly long standing part of Warcraft lore?

      They have been a part of warcraft since warcraft 3, but I don't think they ever truly came into the lore in the sense of official events in the warcraft timeline. They were more added as a joke. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

    just because they are in the lore doesn't mean making an expansion pack out of them was in any way a sane/good idea...
    i played for 5 years and left after finishing current stuff because of no intrest in the next expansion...at all
    i am sure i am not the only one.

      I felt the same, Usually I am quite amped for the next expansion and start hoarding gold and leveling new toons, but I was Mists of Pandaria...and unsubscribed.

        saw*

          http://www.adventuresinpoortaste.com/images/pandarencomparison.jpg

          Yeah, what were they thinking, introducing Panda people...how stupid!

    I believe MoP is to appeal to younger kids before they release a new MMORPG aimed at older gamers.
    They simplified WoW to the point that a lot of hardcore gamers don't find it challenging enough.
    I think MoP is an attempt to keep a younger gaming audience interested in WoW so when they release the next game WoW is still an income stream.
    I would expect a subscription price cut to WoW at the same time of the new MMORPG release so younger gamers can play.

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