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4-04-2012 @ 11:16AM
Here's the burning hot question leading into the Mists expansion:Will there be a Gnome Monk in the cinematic????Anyone wanna start taking the odds on that one?
4-04-2012 @ 11:34AM
Slim and none, and Slim just left. But I'd love to see it.
4-04-2012 @ 11:35AM
Sadly, Blizz sees Gnomes as little more than joke-fodder. So while seeing a Gnomish Monk in the cinematic would be awesome, I don't see it happening. But I would love to see them decide it's time to change their ways, and prove me wrong!
4-04-2012 @ 11:40AM
Gnome monks have been in every cinematic to date, what are you talking about? They've just been below the shot of the camera, that's all...... But on a more serious note - no, I do not expect to ever see a gnome in an actual story-tied-in cinematic anytime soon. Or rather, I expect that if we -do- see a gnome in a cinematic, it will be as yet again another punching-bag or height gag. In any case what I would expect least is for a gnome to actually get a part that is anywhere close to serious (extra points if the gnome gets a serious line without at any poing being while not being injured, blown-up, or otherwise mocked and/or ridiculed).That is, of course, meant to imply that I would very much look forward to being surprised on this front. But I would be lying if I said, "actually, yes, I expect gnomes to get a cinematic soon, it does seem like their time to shine!"
4-04-2012 @ 11:41AM
No, no. I'm still here.
4-04-2012 @ 11:57AM
Now I really want to see a gnome monk in the vein of prequel Yoda, short green buzzsaw of death.
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