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10-28-2010 @ 8:34PM
Blood Elves are arrogant, manipulative, shallow, irresponsible, and borderline evil.Not to mention they're cowardly traitors and backstabbers.They're responsible for the most catastrophic event that befell Azeroth (only now rivaled by what Deathwing will do). More recently, they enslaved a living vessel of the light to feed their addiction.Also, a Blood Elf told me to burn down the chapel where Uther became a paladin and then to desecrate his grave.Blood Elf druids? It's like a prostitute becoming a nun, or pimp becoming a priest. Not happening.Only thing I like Blood Elves for is that they totally ruined the Horde! For the Alliance!Oh wait, I thought this was some big lore topic... ... what's with the fake ears? I don't even...
10-28-2010 @ 9:12PM
Although you're mostly right from a lore point of view, this is only a video dude. Chill out.
10-28-2010 @ 10:21PM
That's a pretty racist view of things. Sure some members of the race you mentioned have done some bad things, but that doesn't mean all of them are like that.Also, they were screwed over by the humans to begin with so they aren't the traitors. They just left the alliance when they were sent to die by a racist.Yes, they messed with the naaru, but they've been redeemed for that. Yes, paladins had an evil questline in the earlier time of their plot, but they're starting to get back on the right path.And there are already a few examples of Blood Elf Druids, so they are canonically possible.
10-28-2010 @ 11:01PM
Warcraft seems to love two tropes above all others: fallen heroes, and redemption plotlines.A'dal admits that M'uru allowed itself to be captured by the Blood Elves, so that they would be brought around to the Light. The entire Burning Crusade expansion was essentially about redeeming the Sin'dorei, and I don't know if you've noticed, but they use the Holy Light now. Their one ability that was different from Alliance paladins is gone. I don't know if they're receptive and sensitive enough yet to be druids, but I could see, after Cataclysm, a faction of Blood Elves calling for a return to the ways of their forefathers and embracing the moon as well as the sun.
10-28-2010 @ 11:08PM
Alternatively Eddy, the Sunwalker Tauren could inspire them to follow only the sun.
10-29-2010 @ 2:12AM
Even before reading your comment to the end I already thought "alliance fanboy".Now about lore. Blood Elves are narcists kinda 99,9% of them. They go big ego. If you are refering to Shattering you can mail your blames to Highborne. Those are the guys that are reforging your gear if nothing else this days.Na'aru Kael'thas captured and sent to Silvermoon already knew what will happen to him long before it was acctualy done. It is revealed that (because of their ego) Blood Elves only imagined to be extracting magic and light out of him. While he was giving it freely.If you read the quest to distrb the peace of Uther you would realize that Blood Elf was Uther's student. It was his way of vengance for desacration of Sunwell. He does regret it after you tell him Uther's words. (If only more people would read flavor/quest text).Blood Elves from lore perspective, can be druids, actualy they are already (just few). They are called botanists and their job was to preserve the balance of nature in Quel'thalas.Video is nicely done. Some people are wondering why is she standing inside while singing about druids. She is also singing about blood elves. And they like outdoors but will stil stay inside if its could outside.I wonder, if blood elves screwed the Horde, how much is Alliance screwed with Gnomes...
10-29-2010 @ 2:21AM
Blood Elf druids = Prostitute Nuns = Sister Act?If this ever DOES happen, BE's should get their own Whoopi Goldberg-Form.
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