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6-02-2008 @ 6:57AM
In response to the claim of a lifeform on earth.. unless you're not counting tortoises for some reason, who have been documented to live 150+ years, which is half a decade more than 'or so'. Turkey buzzards also have 110+ years on them. Not so much more than 100, but they still do. One thing to consider, more on topic, is the change that had to take place for females to be accepted as druids... and men to be accepted as warriors. Neither of which is so prevalant in the lore until the night elves lost their immortality. Suddenly, they were alot less picky in regards to who got to play what role, and druids themselves became less distinct (IG, you have to 'earn' the right to learn how to be a druid of the talon through the questline, and if I remember right, he's one of the last of the true druid of the talons around.) So, if your character has been a druid all of their life... if they're female, they'd be rather dramatically younger. If they're male, they're bound to have experienced quite a bit of change in their way of life. This would affect ALL night elves to a certain degree. Suddenly, their male/female divisions were so succinct anymore.
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