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7-26-2009 @ 8:07AM
More than anything, I want the Worgen to be a playable race, AND I want them on the Horde side.As a long time Warlock player, I was happy to see us finally get a demon form (Metamorphosis FTW!) but this time, I'd kind of like to see a demon that could radically change the way we play. Perhaps something that heals you and/or your party members as it does damage or provides a collection of buffs based on the damage you do?
7-26-2009 @ 8:12AM
I want them to be neutral at start and after some quests they could choose wich faction they would play. This way, every1 will be happy :p
If Worgen came into the game they would obviously be paired with Goblins. Goblins would no-doubt be Horde.
7-26-2009 @ 8:23AM
I really think u missed the point of the article. I honestly would like to see the Lady Sylvanas step it up. She was all about it in the Fjord, but I havent been able to find much more of her around. Maybe she decided to lay low after the Wrathgate debacle.
7-26-2009 @ 8:15AM
They would never make a race neutral. They've said multiple times that they want to keep it easy to see who is Horde and who is Alliance based on silhouette alone.
7-26-2009 @ 5:09PM
Yep, never, not chance, couldn't happen.Blizzard specifically said so, which is why we'll also never things like PvE to PvP Server Transfers, Faction Changes, or... oh, wait...Using the argument of Blizzard said never is a waste of time. They may still not do it, but that argument hold no weight at all.
7-26-2009 @ 8:15PM
Cap'n Placeholder please!
7-26-2009 @ 9:55PM
>>Blizzard specifically said so, which is why we'll also never things like PvE to PvP Server Transfers, Faction Changes, or... oh, wait...Those are all out of game mechanics. There's no in-game reason to not have them. A neutral race however would have in-game ramifications. If you're Human on a PvP server and you see an Orc, you know they're an enemy even if you don't have names showing in the UI. With a Neutral race, that wouldn't be possible. Which is probably a trivial issue to most, but is a major issue in Blizzard's eyes.
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