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3-13-2011 @ 4:09PM
I know that this is a minor part of the article, but hasn't it been established that Chromie is a he, despite taking a female gnome's form?
3-13-2011 @ 4:16PM
3-13-2011 @ 4:28PM
No. That theory is based on the since-changed showing of "Chronormu" as Chromie's dragon form, which (since it was changed) may well have been a mistake. There is no concrete evidence supporting either gender.
3-13-2011 @ 4:31PM
While Chromie's dragon name has a male ending, we have yet to have any confirmation.Its kind of like judging Theralion. His voice acting really makes it SEEM he is gay, but we don't know know for sure. Chromie SEEMS like a cross-gender dragon, but we don't know for sure.
3-13-2011 @ 4:57PM
I find this interesting. I had always thought Chromie was female, but some people on this site insisted he was male and merely chose the appearance of a female gnome. I had always assumed they knew more then I did.
3-13-2011 @ 5:11PM
Chromie is comfirmed as female in the WoW magazine.(vol. 1, issue 2, p.28):Chronormu (Chromie) - She's a temporal investigator, she's an ambassador, and she floats in the air after Stratholme has been successfully culled. Chromie's the real ham of the dragonkin. Though she's actively played many a role in regulating time, including a heroic jump backward at the Andorhal ruins, Chromie will most likely always be known for her role in the Culling of Stratholme instance.
3-13-2011 @ 5:39PM
http://www.wowhead.com/npc=10667#comments:id=1046221"She's a temporal investigator, she's an ambassador, and she floats in the air after Stratholme has been satisfactorily culled. Chromie's the real ham of the dragonkin. Though she's actively played many a role in regulating time, including a heroic jump backward at the Andorhal ruins, Chromie will most likely always be known for her roll in the Culling of Stratholme instance."Quoted from the World of Warcraft Official Magazine (Volume 1, Issue 2):
3-13-2011 @ 5:47PM
...Actually, Theralion's voice acting was also changed, so maybe that was a mistake, too.Then again, "Fabulous Flames" is kind of telling.
3-13-2011 @ 8:14PM
Hmm, I stand corrected - thanks Naix!
3-13-2011 @ 10:36PM
Thanks for the material. I had always thought the whole Chromie=male sounded wrong, but I didn't have enough knowledge to know whether the blame was some poster or Blizzard.
3-16-2011 @ 10:41AM
As a bit of "politically correct" education... when a person (or dragon, as it may be) is transgendered it is proper to address with the identifying pronoun. In the case of Chromie she may be biologically male but identifies as female. This makes it proper to refer to her as "she," despite anatomy.Just adding to the pit of confuzzlement. :)
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