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8-14-2009 @ 1:05PM
I'm calling it now. The mohawk-themed spells were put in just to mess with dataminers.
8-14-2009 @ 1:08PM
^THAT was exactly what I was going to say. But who really knows. Also, that Ony mount is awesome and the white raptor is too, too bad it is a slow mount :(.
8-14-2009 @ 1:29PM
Agreed. Pretty funny though.
8-14-2009 @ 1:42PM
That's my thought too. Blizzard just likes to toy with them at this point, seeing what they can stir up.I wonder how long until there's speculation on the Mohawk class and what role they'll fufill?
8-14-2009 @ 2:56PM
Actually, the 3.2.2 patch is supposed to coincide with the 5th year, a date in November. Blizzard has said WoW will get a 'Thanksgiving-like' Holiday...Mohawks, Thanksgiving...I think it's part of the holiday.
8-14-2009 @ 3:06PM
I doubt it. They don't call it Thanksgiving, Halloween, Valentine's Day in-game, so why use Mohawk. Furthermore, if you were going to associate a real tribe with your Thanksgiving-like holiday Wampanoag would be a far more logical choice.
8-14-2009 @ 3:41PM
Actually, they might not use 'Valentine', but they use love, hearts, candy, etc...they don't use Halloween, but they use trick-or-treating, the headless horseman, even candy corn. Also, this is a visual game - valentine = heart, Halloween = jack-o-lantern, winter's veil = Christmas tree...'Mohawk' isn't the tribe, it's the hairstyle.It would probably help if my whole post was read...I said 'Thanksgiving-like', not calling it Thanksgiving. Mohawks(plural, as the tribe is Mohawk, in singular) not Mohawk as no tribe is being associated to an event - Blizzard would probably be sued for that one:)Check out http://www.wowhead.com/?achievement=3656 if you think I'm wrong on info for 'my' little Thanksgiving-like event :)
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