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6-23-2010 @ 2:34PM
I was under the impression that the Mok'Nathal were a clan of half-orc / half-ogre hybrids that breed true, so the son of two of them is also a half-orc / half-ogre in constitution.The "Know this: being born a half-breed does not make you Mok'Nathal." reference I took in the sense that Rexxar abandoned his clan to join the Horde, so he has not proved himself part of the clan, since he is an exile. It's more a cultural pov than a racial one.
6-23-2010 @ 2:36PM
That's certainly one interpretation but not one we specifically have information on.For that matter, there could be plenty of half orc/half ogres out there that aren't Mok'Nathal. Or half human/half ogres.
6-23-2010 @ 5:13PM
@Matt RossiHuman/Ogre hybrids, guh."Daddy, how did you know you loved mommy.""Well, son. When I saw those two giant... heads of hers I just knew."
6-23-2010 @ 8:05PM
probbly more likely that a male orge would just use a human female as a playtoy and end up making her pregnant.Though technically diffrent species aren't suppose to be able to have children who can also reproduce. (aka donkey+horse=mule, mules dna gets totally fucked when they mate so the baby wouldn't survive)
6-24-2010 @ 4:00AM
And don't forget ligers and tiglons.
6-24-2010 @ 7:46AM
The implications of a how the various parts would interact in a ogre/anything half breed are far too likely to cause way too many inappropriate comments. Come on internet, don't let me down.
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