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8-29-2009 @ 6:06PM
This is the only Cataclysm announcement that has me disappointed, and only because people are so rigid and blind - the lore for these combos has existed (except for the Tauren and Night Elf combos, but those have been explained in game) for quite a while, but people choose to ignore them.
8-29-2009 @ 10:17PM
I don't personally have a problem with the choices added, though I think the gnomes get screwed over again, whatever.But seriously, the Lore is there? No, the lore is added, or the lore is there for ANY race/class combo. Tauren paladins & priests? fine, but saying it's cool because some random NPC throws out a line about how "hey, you know, we like the Sun too" somehow is ancient lore that everyone is ignoring? Hey, there was a forsaken hunter once, so it's cool! Uh, right, because as long as there is one example of a class, it's fine, except when it's one of the non-approved ones...So, yeah, night elf mages are cool, but telling people they're ignoring a small splinter cell in Dire Maul and thus are wrong about Lore... well, that's a bit overzealous in defense of the new options, IMO.
8-30-2009 @ 12:07AM
@vocenoctumIt has nothing to do with "ancient" lore. Of COURSE its new lore because there have not been Tauren Paladins in the past. They want to learn to be Paladins. It's as simple as that. A bigger explanation is not needed.
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