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2-26-2010 @ 11:00PM
So, hey, I was the one that asked the Night Elves/ Worgen question.After reading the answer, I went to rewatch the Cataclysm trailer. Is it me, or did they ignore the Night Elves entirely? Also, here's the quote:"An ancient ally returns to bring the savage worgen into the Alliance". That's possibly slightly paraphrased, though. Am I reading this wrong, or was the person answering the question not remembering correctly? The line implies old allies of Gilneas allowed them to rejoin the Alliance. Gilneans being the Old Allies makes no sense. "The Gilneans bring the Worgen into the Alliance". But Gilneans = Playable Worgen...tl;dr: Was the answer correct or wrong?
2-26-2010 @ 11:11PM
Not sure on the wrong part but I think they are saying that the Night Elves are bringing the worgen into the alliance since they share druidism.
2-26-2010 @ 11:36PM
I believe it's going to be an ancient Alliance hero with a new novel about him who will be the one responsible for bringing in the worgen, which makes the trailer accurate.
2-27-2010 @ 5:06PM
The answer was correct. Can't make head nor tail of your objection, though. It appears than the Gilneans and the night elves are old allies. If you think it makes no sense, the question would be which half doesn't make sense (an "alliance" necessarily has at least two sides), why doesn't it make sense, and what would make more sense in its place?
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