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  1. #101
    Quote Originally Posted by mysticx View Post
    Meh, after Blizz added Taurendins and NE mages with some excuse, i'm pretty convinced that Blizz just plonk whatever they want into the game, lore and/or logic be damned, and since i think that playing the character you really want pwns the overcomplicated cluster*beep* that is Warcraft lore, i'm fine with that, just open up all race/class combos already :P
    Tauren paladins does make sense though, based on lore that was already there. They're just praying to the sun instead of the moon.

  2. #102
    Quote Originally Posted by Deathgoose View Post
    People say Forsaken Paladins won't happen due to lore because Paladins were immune to the plague.

    But that presumed that the Paladin could not die to other means, like being swarmed by undead, for one. And Sylvanus is currently raising new Forsaken with the aid of the Valkyr, not by tossing a plague bomb and letting the victim turn.
    That would be sweet if Sylv got Uther or Lothar razed and forced them to teach the light to undead. That would be cool.
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  3. #103
    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow-cleave View Post
    Warlocks never have, and likely never will, use Twilight/Old God magic. You can't be a warlock if you don't use demonic magic - that's the entire base of the class.
    I'm pretty sure you haven't paid attention to the newest skills and the Legacy of the Masters book explaining exactly what I am talking about. Malefic Grasp binds the target in twilight, twilight ward absorbs shadow and HOLY damage, along with lore mentioning that they hacked onto twilight cultists. Cannot see why most people refer to Warlocks as being 100% demonic as a class. Even destro is based around the Firelands according to the book and becomes fel colored only when you get the Codex questline.

    To provide a direct answer, Warlocks may get in touch with Sha powers, but Twilight spells are already part of their arsenal. Both lorewise and tooltips.

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    Technically, the humans (and they still are humans, despite the worgen curse) from Gilneas used a varient of Druidism. That is why there are Worgen Druids.

    As to the entire post:

    Draenei Warlock
    Forsaken *Holy* Priest (Lore, not game mechanics)
    Forsaken Paladin

    I think that is it, tbh. Anyone can do just about anything, though not usually in enough numbers to be considered a viable class in game.
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  5. #105
    Quote Originally Posted by Megamisama View Post
    Tauren paladins does make sense though, based on lore that was already there. They're just praying to the sun instead of the moon.
    You're thinking Druids. Paladins don't worship the moon.

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    I honestly dont think draenai warlocks are out of the realms of possiblity

    Dont forget there brothers the eradar embraced fel magic and if the next xpac is set on argus they could reunite and reconcile with some of there eradar brothers and allow them back into the fold and forgive them though it would mean you could only play as a red draenai which would be badass.

    If thrall could forgive warlocks im sure valen could too

    Anyway i think lorewise i would have to say pandaren deathknights seeing that there is no way pandaren was around to be raised into a deathknight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWindWalker View Post
    You're thinking Druids. Paladins don't worship the moon.
    It is a moon, all moons are called a moon. Paladins are actually supported in Tauren lore. Druids worship one eye of mother earth, and the paladins(sunwalkers) represent the other. If you fail to follow lore you have no opinion in this discussion.

    I do not like Goblin Shamans and Mage Night Elves. Night elves are against those kinds of magics, if you want to use those kinds of magic you are either a blood elf or high elf. Now goblins jsut want money, and I can not see a goblin asking a Spirit for ability. Though it would be funny to see them trying to haggle one:O.
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  9. #109
    Quote Originally Posted by apepi View Post
    it is a moon, all moons are called a moon. Paladins are actually supported in tauren lore. Druids worship one eye of mother earth, and the paladins(sunwalkers)
    sunwalkers
    sun walkers
    sun =/= moon
    sun = star

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    This race/class combo seems pretty implausible.

    http://www.mmo-champion.com/threads/1322137-Bio-Lilith

    Could happen though, I guess. Anything's possible in a fictional world. Right?

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    I too feel like it's absurd that Gnomes can't be Hunters when Goblins can.
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    Space goat warlocks could happen just like human warlocks. They were always hidden as well. There are those that surely wonder of the powers that made their brothers join the Burning Crusade.

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    still waiting on my undead druid...
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  14. #114
    Quote Originally Posted by Rendia View Post
    (and they still are humans, despite the worgen curse)
    Wrong. Wrong, wrong, wrong. They are Worgen. They can just assume a human form. They immediately revert to being Worgen as soon as they cannot be calm and at peace, i.e. maintain the concentration it takes to keep up their human guise.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheWindWalker View Post
    You're thinking Druids. Paladins don't worship the moon.
    No, they mean Tauren Paladins view channeling the Light as the power of the Sun. Hence the name Sunwalkers. Not the literal Sun and Moon magics the Balance Druids use, which are Nature and Arcane power respectively.

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    Quote Originally Posted by resonance7982 View Post
    sunwalkers
    sun walkers
    sun =/= moon
    sun = star
    I know? In the first sentence I was just mentioning that all moons are called moons, or Natural satellite. Hell if you really wanted to be technical a star could be a natural satellite for another star...which would make it a moon...
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  16. #116
    Quote Originally Posted by Kralljin View Post
    No Gilnean was trained to be a Paladin, then they sealed themselves off after the 2nd war and were obviously unable to learn Pally stuff from someone.
    Paladins were trained during the Second War. I see no reasons why they could not have had them. Worgens should really have them as an option, but ah well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forgettable View Post
    Tauren Rogue. Oh wait, that's based on size, not lore.
    Tauren priests can stealth - the door is open...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shedeo View Post
    Paladins were trained during the Second War. I see no reasons why they could not have had them. Worgens should really have them as an option, but ah well.

    On-Topic: Pandaren DKs, Gnome Druids, Goblin Druids.
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    Tauren priests can stealth - the door is open...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grubjuice View Post
    on the other hand there were no Pandaren in the Eastern Kingdoms during the third war or the assault on the lich king in the Plaguelands, so no Pandaren could have been turned to Death Knights.
    Sorry, but like goblins and worgen before them and draenai before that - any race can be a death knight for quote "coolness reasons".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kralljin View Post
    No Gilnean was trained to be a Paladin, then they sealed themselves off after the 2nd war and were obviously unable to learn Pally stuff from someone.
    No Tauren was trained either.
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    Tuaren paladin. OH WAIT.

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