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8-17-2008 @ 2:07PM
Supposedly a tiger, but looks humanoid...... goddamn furries.
8-17-2008 @ 2:26PM
Re: Undead tigers.Placeholder graphic, IMHO.I have a feeling we'll also see a skeletal tiger mount when the new model is complete.Re: SlaveryThe Alliance AND Horde neither one officially tolerate it as far as I understand.The humans who did most of the enslaving were from Lordaeron. The peoples of Lordaeron, as represented in game, are represented now by the Scarlet Crusade (who want to exterminate everyone now rather than enslaving them), the Kirin Tor (presumably more evolved except for their militant High Elf sect and their undead internment camps), the Syndicate (still practice slavery), the Bloodsail Buccaneers (still support slavery although probably not TOO sincere about it) and the Forsaken.Most of the humans who had slaves are probably members of the Horde now.However... The big thing is that the two factions cannot police their members.Take world PvP. All the faction leaders are theoretically in opposition to it, particularly Thrall and Jaina.It's technically illegal and in violation of treaties for members of the Alliance or Horde to fight outside of organized battlegrounds. But the Alliance and Horde can't really put a stop to it... and they can't put a stop to slavery either.
8-17-2008 @ 3:14PM
"However... The big thing is that the two factions cannot police their members." With kingdoms stretching over half a continent or more, it can be quite difficult to enforce the custom of its leader and his/her familiar ways on everybody. It would be a good strategic move to just tolerate the more unorthodox methods of their far-away countrymen, as long as they maintain their loyalty to their rulers.
8-18-2008 @ 3:17AM
That's a screenshot from the Bone Wastes in Terokkar with "Risen Stranglethorn Tiger" edited into it...
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