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10-08-2008 @ 2:59PM
It's more likely that Kisirani is Caydiem, as she even frequently answers to the name Caydiem, as evidenced by a recent post about the Talk-Like-A-Pirate Day mini-event. (Check WoWWiki for that.)I believe it more likely (not definitely, just likely) that Ghostcrawler is actually male. Several European blue posters have called GC "he" and "him" (Presumably they're not in on the fact that US blue posters have begun spreading confusion about his/her sex.) Zarhym and Crygil both have also called GC "he", then quickly gone back and edited their posts, adding gender neutral nouns instead (i.e., person/they). GC has made it a point not to say one way or the other, and has pointed out this fact on a few occasions. He/she has never indicated one way or another. However, devs have noted recently that they're frequently in contact with top-end guilds and arena teams to take their opinions on game balance and discuss ideas. (Not stuff like 'do you like this?' More like 'if we made this change, how would it affect you?') Some of these types of people (none have directly claimed to have been contacted by Blizzard devs, I think they like to keep that under the table) such as members of Curse, Nihilum, and Elitist Jerks, HAVE referred to GC as 'she'. So if they've been in direct contact with the development team, they might actually know. Unfortunately, no one will admit to such. They could just be going along with the crowd who may have just assumed GC was female.It's an interesting conundrum either way. But GC's almost certainly not Caydiem. (I think he/she is probably just a dev no one is familiar with who decided to take a chance on the forums and enjoyed it.)
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