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5-29-2011 @ 4:57PM
How can you have any idea what a Gnome's life span is? Maybe if you found one and kept it somewhere it couldn't get irradiated/electrocuted/incinerated/punted it could live for 10000 years. Or maybe you'd come back on the second day of observations and find what used to be a featurless padded cell now contains a corpse and three killbots.
5-29-2011 @ 7:51PM
Well using the WoW RPG, we have for Middle Age, Old Age, Venerable Age and Max age as:Gnome 100 yrs, 150 yrs, 200 yrs, +3d% yrs.Ironforge Dwarf 125 yrs, 188 yrs, 250 yrs, +2d% yrsSo if you were **ONLY** going by rolling the dice, the longest lived Gnome would have lived to 500. The Oldest Dwarf would have lived to 450 years.My own dwarf (Wildhammer) is about 120. She's just approaching middle age. She's seen a lot of the history of Azeroth, but was not even born until over a century after the War of Three Hammers. (She theoretically could have had living grandparents who did live through it).
5-29-2011 @ 7:52PM
And I misread your question. Never mind.
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