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5-24-2009 @ 12:55AM
"There was a bug at some point which allowed players to read Draconic, and thus what Alexstrasza said at the Wrathgate."Oooh, I read about that bug when it happened, and I just thought it was kind of funny, but you know, it sure is convenient... what if Blizzard created that "bug" on purpose, to leak this speculation?Players were supposedly never intended to speak or understand Draconic at all, right? But note that Draconic isn't a real language: http://www.wowwiki.com/Draconic. (I don't know if any other languages in-game are really languages rather than substitution cyphers either, but that's not the point.) But if there were truly no intent to have people speak Draconic, they could just not create any translation in the game files for it. So the designers do intend for SOME players to read Draconic at SOME point... why? What else has gone on where it would be needed, other than this?
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