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7-27-2009 @ 3:29AM
Aren't the draenei a beast race? I know they're noble and everything, but they're still space goats. I thought they were the counterpart to the Tauren.
7-27-2009 @ 3:45AM
I see Draenei as more of the weird "what the heck are they?" race. People call them goats because they have hooves and the females have horns. The similarities end there, really. And it's not JUST a beast race that worgen would bring to the table, but a possibility for a more nature-oriented race (if they're the emerald dream kind described in this article) or perhaps a darker race (if they were the cursed humans type). As has been pointed out in another post here, the although the Draenei have shamanism, they are still a very Light-focused group. A nature-oriented race, or a darker themed race would bring more variety to the table. (Yes, we have Night Elves for our nature-race, but variety is always nice.)
7-27-2009 @ 5:47AM
Tbh, I would preffer a furbolg race for the Alliance -- they are nature focused, and they had an expedition to the Emerald Dream, or so I heard (I'm assuming that the expansion would be the ED). Worgens belong to the dark forests of Azeroth and to Grizzly Hills... I can't imagine worgens runing around in Stormwind, but furbolgs wouldn't be something new (many people have that funny rod). However, a furbolg all dressed up in armor won't feel the same, even if you could have classes such as druid, shaman or hunter.I doubt they'll add new races or classes, but maybe they'll add a new dimension to the game, like going to the sea (Undermine) with seafaring mounts and vehicles (turtle subs, boats, etc). Maybe a new profession too.
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