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3-31-2009 @ 6:32PM
Dude it's a dragon! It doesn't conform to our standards of gender! It can be a male, female, whatever it likes. Hell it can be a poodle for all I care. I wouldn't make fun of it or it's name, unless you want to be a five course meal. :PBut seriously, there are plenty of humans that have names that are considered suited to their opposite gender, why not a dragon? Even if there is a tradition of naming dragons based on gender, there's always room for exceptions. The main thing about Chromie I didn't like was that in Andorhal you had to run through tones of undead just to get to her. Other than that I think she's great.
3-31-2009 @ 6:40PM
"It can be a male, female, whatever it likes. "That SO reminded me of Ghostbusters."Who is it?""It's Gozer.""I thought Gozer was a man.""It's whatever it wants to be."
3-31-2009 @ 6:45PM
WoW's first transgender dragon.
3-31-2009 @ 6:57PM
Better question.If an elf was to have marry a dragon who takes an elf form, and only has sex with his dragon wife when the she is in elven form...Is the elf committing bestiality?Is the /DRAGON/ committing bestiality?Something to think about. Or to give you nightmares. One or the other.
3-31-2009 @ 11:44PM
@ KeyraExactly! Ghost Busters. That's a great example!@ KarilynEwww, that's not a better question at all. :PLogically Dragons are not beasts and they are their own sentient race/spiecies, Dragonkin, whatever. So it's not bestiality but just interspecies relations. However your suggestion may explain the more humanoid Dragonkin, i.e. Dragonspawn and Drakonid ??? The lore suggest these are converted/descended from humanoids who serve the Dragon Flights but how exactly? It says they have Dragon blood but that could mean anything.Lol, Sorry to take your obviously humorous question seriously, I just like logic.
4-01-2009 @ 2:07AM
Actually, it doesn't, since dragons lay eggs. While the larger egg-laying species do tend to have external male genitalia, the equipment for the job is still functionally different from human gonads.
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