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1-27-2009 @ 2:17PM
Come to think of it, because of Blaumeux shouldn't it be The Four Horsepeople? ;)
1-27-2009 @ 2:27PM
Perhaps that's why there is so little known about her. Maybe she USED to be a man, and now changed his/her name. Maybe she used to be Captain Placeholder, and that's where he went to...?
1-27-2009 @ 2:41PM
She is probably 'Mrs Placeholder'.They had three really cool back stories, but REALLY thought the sound of 'the four horsemen' (meme of the apocolypse) was way cool.And so, she got in. Probably as the 'token' female model to balance things out...
1-27-2009 @ 2:53PM
Actually, "man" and "men" is still very much gender-neutral in certain usages in the English language. The word "mankind" has always included women, as well as using the word "man" to refer to the human race. It's only been in our recent overly-PC world that people have felt the need to alter the English language.
1-27-2009 @ 3:20PM
Take that, Sapir–Whorf!
1-27-2009 @ 3:26PM
Pretty sure "Thane" denotes that Korth'azz was a dwarven lord or king of some sort.
1-28-2009 @ 4:46PM
blkmasta55555: I don't think you meant to reply to this post, but regardless...Not neccesarily a king, but a nobleman / lord / clan leader. Almost all Death Knights, at least before Acherus showed up, had noble titles. Lord, Lady, Sir, Baron, Duke, and yes, Thane. Thane is just a bit of celtic flavor, used in WoW by both dwarves and vrykul.
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