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7-26-2009 @ 9:26PM
@Sengir: I completely agree.Take a look at the opening statement of this article: "Ever since word broke about the possibility of playing either a worgen or a goblin..." Word did not "break" about the "possiblity" of playing a worgen or a goblin. All that was discovered was new masks with new artwork on them. THAT'S IT! Everything else is just speculation. @Vell: I agree. Leave this to the forums.@Jay: You're completely dead-on. New masks, that's it. It'd be fun to pretend you're a goblin or a worgen for Halloween. (Gnome being the scariest of all, of course.)@Alch: Lets! I don't like speculation.The only reason why this is getting any attention at all is the interview with Tom Chilton where he says Blizz likes to "pre-seed" races into the game. However, this was not true with Draenei. In addition, we didn't get a single new playable race with WotLK.Yes, it's fun to speculate, but why not include ogres, murolcs, vrykul and naga too? They ALL appear in the collections of masks, seen here: http://static.mmo-champion.com/mmoc/images/news/2009/july/10128masks.jpgIt's fine to discuss, but let's not over-hype something to the point where masks turn into rumors that turn into "possibilities" that turn into articles on how to RP the new upcoming races in the next expansion *cough* allegedly *cough*.
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