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3-31-2009 @ 7:48PM
Darn, when I first saw the headline I thought someone had actually nailed down the truth of this matter and got all excited.My boyfriend and I have been having this discussion for a long time. Her name, obviously, doesn't follow the general naming conventions of the bronze dragonflight, but then again, as has been pointed out, a number of other dragons don't follow their "rules" either. The beard thing doesn't really work either, as there's also several confirmed females that sport them. So it could really go either way, I guess.In the end we've come to a theory we both like the idea of Chromie actually being male, but just picking to take on the form of a cute gnome female when he goes all "mortal-y" for us. And why not? There's enough guys out there who play female characters, why wouldn't a dragon choose to do the same thing?For that matter, maybe the devs did it on purpose, for just that reason...Who knows! I'd love to see the truth someday, though.
3-31-2009 @ 9:29PM
Going by lore, no dragon, regardless of name, has ever picked an assumed form that differed from their natural gender.
4-01-2009 @ 6:37AM
That leaves room for exceptions, as Chronormu obviously is one. Even the lore is changeable, as it is Blizzard who decides.
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