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6-23-2011 @ 3:01PM
I honestly love the answer that they gave to the "Is Elune a naaru?" question. Even in the World of Warcraft, people are subject to their own personal beliefs and biases.
6-23-2011 @ 3:19PM
That is a perfect answer to Anne's question about Elune being a Naaru. I love the fact that it's not a definite answer of yes or no, but a matter of perspective.
6-23-2011 @ 3:57PM
In the next ask the devs...Q: Is Alexstrasza a Dragon Aspect?A: Neltharion once asked Eregos the same question. The reply? "Such insolence! Such arrogance... must be punished!"
6-23-2011 @ 4:56PM
Honestly, I loved the majority of those answers, especially the one regarding the Argent Dawn and Knights of the Ebon Blade watching the Forsaken. It seriously seems like Sylvanas' WILL be a boss, with Koltira possibly taking over (replacing one undead High Elf with another, right?).Glad they addressed the Storm/Stone Dragons, even though it was fairly simple. Still...proto-dragons are really old, and were molded from existing elemental beings. What does this mean to the Tauren, who weren't either a "pre-existing" race or a "curse of flesh" race? I'm guessing it's still possible they're born from Ancients, kind of like the Centaur (in a sense), Furbolg and Quilboar, but none of those races got featured in the Halls of Ulduar.
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