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4-30-2009 @ 5:05PM
Screw the gnomes.There are no human women, either.
4-30-2009 @ 5:39PM
Um, last I checked Jaina is a female human. Did you miss her in the Ulduar trailer?As far as gnomes and trolls go, I'm a little disappointed. They are my favorite races, and trolls on raptors is way cooler than any David Bowie Blood Elf.It's not that trolls and gnomes aren't awesome enough, it's that their stories never get the attention they deserve. We do nothing but kill trolls (ZF, ZG, ZA, ZD) and pillage their cities while the Darkspears still have no home.Gnomer is still infected, and there is little evidence that the gnomes will reclaim or even build a new capitol.How about a patch that starts rebuilding homes for these mistreated races?Can you imagine a patch that has you turn in raw materials to rebuild a city? Kinda like the gates quests meets 2.4.Trolls claiming some islands and the gnomes building their new gnomer in the side of a mountain with sea access, would be great launching areas if we do in fact journey into the Maelstrom anytime soon.
4-30-2009 @ 5:47PM
"How about a patch that starts rebuilding homes for these mistreated races?"Pfft. Thermaplugg can keep the old homestead. As a Gnome, I'm looking at moving into some new digs:http://www.wowwiki.com/Ulduar
4-30-2009 @ 6:51PM
@Robert M.They mean the CINEMATIC trailers. As in those ones with the hyper-realistic graphics that are pasted at the beginning of Vanilla WoW and the expansions. Wrathgate, Ulduar, and all the others don't count.
4-30-2009 @ 6:52PM
@Robert MThe Ulduar trailer =/= a major blizzard cinematic.So far there have been only three CG quality WoW cinematics (one for each expansion). Those little trailers that they release with major patches don't count.
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