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8-24-2009 @ 8:04AM
One small step away from pick any race and any class and see what happens.Take that lore!
8-24-2009 @ 9:43AM
Funny, since there's a perfectly justifiable explanation for each one.
8-24-2009 @ 1:45PM
sorry Seraphna, if everything is explainable by lore, then anything is possible. someone had to be the first dwarf shaman, someone had to be the first troll druid, someone had to be the first of everything. are you saying that players arent capable of being the first just because no one in the past has done so?? ridiculous
8-24-2009 @ 2:41PM
I won't be surprised if Blizzard make all classes available to all races. Even if it breaks lore they're really only doing it for the players benefit. Some people don't like being stuck to one race for their class (in particular, Draenei Shamans or Blood Elf Paladins). What annoys me the most is they won't allow race changes, so if you wanted a Tauren Paladin over a BE one you're out of luck for now.Only one race/class combo annoys me: Night Elf Mages. It's highly possible, doesn't mean I like any more.
8-24-2009 @ 3:19PM
Actually, shortly after faction changes come, they will be implementing same-faction race changes as well.
8-24-2009 @ 5:10PM
All the new combinations make perfect sense to me, with two possible exceptions:1. Worgen druids; and2. Goblin shamans.Why do those not "fit," if night elf mages do? Because night elf mages have a long, existing history. Worgen are basically cursed humans. Druidism seems like something that takes a good amount of dedication to nature to develop, and humans just haven't had time for this. Similar for goblin shamans. Goblins love gold, not the elements or nature.Of course, I still might roll one of those combos, simply because it sounds interesting. Besides, Blizzard can always work in the lore after the fact. /shrug
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