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7-02-2009 @ 8:08AM
"quick and painless (although your wallet MY say otherwise) or" pretty sure that should be "may."Typos aside, I'm not really sure my thoughts on the system yet, it's a good idea for sure, just reserving judgement until some more details on it come out.I think they're allowing a race change with it due to being unable to pick out enemies at a glance in world pvp/bgs. Could this race change be better implemented after and epic quest line, and then the use of a Goblin or Gnomish engineering advice used by the faction of your choosing? Sure could, but that's a little farfetched.
7-02-2009 @ 10:21AM
"Could this race change be better implemented after > and < epic quest line, and then the use of a Goblin or Gnomish engineering advice used by the faction of your choosing? Sure could, but that's a little farfetched."I think this should have been an, not AND... I love it when peeps complain about typo's and then do them, themselfs.:)
7-02-2009 @ 11:14AM
themselves, not themselfs
7-02-2009 @ 12:58PM
Personally, I'd rather not see a race change. It would be nice if we could just declare a new allegiance. Humans fighting for the Horde, Orcs with Alliance. THAT would be truly epic.
7-02-2009 @ 3:22PM
Let's just do away with the races all together. How about we just make it the Red people vs. the Blue people?Personally, I think players who want to keep their race but change faction want to keep their "pretty" Human or Night Elf avatars, but also want to be "cool" for being in the Horde.Sorry, you can't always have it both ways. I wish Blizzard would make people live with their choices a bit more, but perhaps this change will cause some of the trouble-making players in my faction to go back to where they belong.
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