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3-14-2008 @ 1:51AM
This all comes back to the fact that I think that a tauren boss needs to be put in some instance or raid. Think about it. You have evil versions of just about every race. Humans have all kinds, draenei have their evil cousins, orcs have the fel orcs, there are the several screwed up gnomes, blood elves have Sunstrider, trolls have all the Zul'*blank* places, undead have their fair share, night elves have the biggest one of all, Illidan...the only two races I can think of without evil boss versions of them are dwarves and tauren.
3-14-2008 @ 1:54AM
Dwarves have a fair number in brd alone, I'm sure there's more after them.
3-14-2008 @ 2:32AM
What about Smite from good ole Deadmines?
Mr. Smite FTW!
3-14-2008 @ 6:39AM
"I'll have to improvise!"OH NOES
3-14-2008 @ 12:21PM
Someone has never been to Blackrock Depths or didn't read KYL last week. There are plenty of dwarf bosses, but Mr. Smite is the only Tauren I can think of. "You landlubbers are tougher than i thought. I'll have to improvise!"
4-09-2008 @ 5:14PM
Loremaster whatever in BRD, Tauren. ;-)
7-16-2008 @ 12:00PM
@9 that's a valid point, and one I've seen before.The tauren (in WC3 anyway) were a pretty low population race, and their civilisation was pretty traditional/tribalistic. There were NO evil tauren before WoW as far as I remember, which is pretty much why they had to invent the Grimtotems. Heck, my main's Alliance but they'd still be my pick for the most uncorrupted race and personally, I'm fine with that. No one's saying they're perfect after all, just that there aren't enough evil tauren who've consolidated their power enough to build an instance for us to raid.... yet >:D
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