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9-06-2009 @ 8:54PM
I love how for years players would argue religiously against race/class combinations like Human Hunters and Tauren Paladins. RELIGIOUSLY AGAINST IT.Often those players would quote the handbook, decreeing that since Blizz never posted anything about those ideas, it would and never should come into existence.And now! Now, suddenly, what we've cried about for YEARS in the forums, an EVOLVING LORE and EVOLVING STORYLINE, how it could somehow possibly allow previously unheard of class and race combinations!...You players, who've clutched the original game handbook, look! Look what happened! Your closed-minded ways, do you NOW see?!?Yes, Blizzard finally did what we asked: they've evolved the storyline, they've made more options, they've made the game grow.Level caps beyond 60. More than 6 classes per race. No name-changes ever. No gender-changes EVER. No cross-server dungeons. No Undead Hunters or Night Elf Mages. No PVP to PVE realm transfers....Hah.Thank you Blizzard. I can't wait to roll a Gnome Priest and a Troll Druid. Not only have I long wanted to try out new things, but for so long I've wanted to thumb my nose to ''those-who-cluth-books-with-blindness''.---A Faction Change question. If a Tauren Druid can swap ino a Night Elf Druid, could a Tauren Druid swap into a Worgen Druid? Or is there going to be an exclusive waiting period before that's allowed?
9-06-2009 @ 9:41PM
It's unclear yet about the issue of transferring or race changing as the two new races come Cataclysm. There have been some blue posts saying "Well, we don't know yet for sure but we probably won't let you do that immediately" because, well, they want people to play the new content starting zones for each.
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