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  1. #501
    Quote Originally Posted by username993720 View Post
    Are you aware of Allied race addition pattern?
    Male and Female counterparts? ✓
    Up-to-date textures and animations? ✓
    Several customization options? ✓
    Unique animations? ✓
    Usage of pre-existing skeletal rig?✓
    Unplayable fantasy creatures? ✓



    Guards... they have an entire house dedicated to them.



    Skeletons would not become playable. You cannot differentiate between genders.



    Why would you give 2 and neglect the others? Unless further patches introduce new possible races, the four covenant one are the best options we have.



    Because of Dark elves in fantasy RPG, that's why.
    I still dont think these arguments mean much in the end here. I understand you like them, but those guards are still guards... that they are part of a house is also not realy an argument. They are not even their representives, those are Draka, mograine and Vashj. I just dont view them as you do appearntly.

    What I was saying about the skeletons is that they just look better.. that they are genderless is true for skeletons, but I never said they should be playable. They just look better and they have a face, hair and all sorts of options. Those guards have nothing. The only named guard npc which had a face is dead..

    I respect your opinion that you like them, but I feel its more unlikely then likely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triceron View Post
    This hit the nail on the head for me.

    I don't see why anyone would lobby for a faceless Maldraxxian Gladiator when they're literally using the same bodytype as Rexxar, and the Mok'nathal have a much deeper connection to the Horde already as well as having a functional face and animations to go with.

    The Shadowlands races are all tied to the Shadowlands, and the whole Gladiator thing is kind of messed up lore since we see major lore characters in the House of the Chosen choosing their own forms rather than be the faceless Gladiator variety. Lady Vashj is literally there telling you how she chose her form. Draka and Morgraine also retain their old forms. That should speak volumes about how the Houses operate, and every other faceless soldier NPC is literally a faceless soldier.
    Ye imo they are just their guards and in no way speak for the house or have any lore arround them besides krexus, who is dead.

    The maldraxxus just operate differently and like you said ( good point btw) they choose their own form. Its not like we have a race called maldraxxus, like kyrian or venthyr.

    For that reason I opt that its possible IF blizz realy goes that route we would get 1 for horde q for alliance. Not a huge fan of it, but its pretty easy to explain how they would go to Azeroth, we even have kyrian talking about visiting that place. What concerns me if they go this route is that... why the hell would they care for red vs blue conflicts in general? Why would they care about joining us.

    But yea.. I dont see it happening either, but its not like its impossible to explain either. I rather see excisting races such as Vrykul join the horde or broken join the alliance for example. Ofc if rexxar is the perfect example for ogres and they should have been playable already imo.. they have alot of lore and ties to the horde that its just painfull we havent seen them yet. I hoped foe their true empire back in wod.. but we all know how that ended.
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  2. #502
    Quote Originally Posted by Alanar View Post
    I still dont think these arguments mean much in the end here. I understand you like them, but those guards are still guards... that they are part of a house is also not realy an argument. They are not even their representives, those are Draka, mograine and Vashj. I just dont view them as you do appearntly.
    They're not just guards. They are undead creatures of the House of the Chosen, just like Necromamcers and Liches are of the House of Rituals, Abominations are of the House of Constructs, Oozes are of the House of Plagues and the Arachnids are of the House of Eyes.

    What I was saying about the skeletons is that they just look better.. that they are genderless is true for skeletons, but I never said they should be playable. They just look better and they have a face, hair and all sorts of options. Those guards have nothing. The only named guard npc which had a face is dead..
    Only one face option. What hair? the only thing that differentiates between them is the armor they wear.
    You can expect the guards to look like Krexus - Undead face, green eyes and long hair options.

    I respect your opinion that you like them, but I feel its more unlikely then likely.
    I has nothing to do with what i like. It is simply the most reasonable option. If they add the Shadowlands races, they can't just skip Maldraxxus.

    Ye imo they are just their guards and in no way speak for the house or have any lore arround them besides krexus, who is dead.
    And Vyraz.

    The maldraxxus just operate differently and like you said ( good point btw) they choose their own form. Its not like we have a race called maldraxxus, like kyrian or venthyr.
    Only the figures from Azeroth retain their form, so you can recognize them.
    Their names would probably not be Maldraxxus Gladiator, but Maldraxxi or something like that.

    For that reason I opt that its possible IF blizz realy goes that route we would get 1 for horde q for alliance. Not a huge fan of it, but its pretty easy to explain how they would go to Azeroth, we even have kyrian talking about visiting that place. What concerns me if they go this route is that... why the hell would they care for red vs blue conflicts in general? Why would they care about joining us.
    Because every race that tags along does that. It's part of the "contract".

    But yea.. I dont see it happening either, but its not like its impossible to explain either. I rather see excisting races such as Vrykul join the horde or broken join the alliance for example. Ofc if rexxar is the perfect example for ogres and they should have been playable already imo.. they have alot of lore and ties to the horde that its just painfull we havent seen them yet. I hoped foe their true empire back in wod.. but we all know how that ended.
    Well... if you look at Kyrian, they use the female Vrykul skeleton, which is less on a playable standard than the male. If they do make them playable, Vrykul would be more likely to become too.
    As for Broken, the change from the old Tauren skeleton to the updated Draenei one is promising, as it can be used to make them playable.
    Ogres are long overdue. Though, i'm reluctant to base them off of a half-race (Mok'nathal). They deserve the full treatment (as no half-race was ever added). There is hope, though. The Stonemaul Ogres from alternate Draenor joining the Horde in BfA alongside the Mag'har (and the Breakers). The Kul Tiran skeleton being exactly what playable ogres need - a big, fat one. male Maldraxxi Gladiators using a modified Ogre skeleton. If they become playable, that would allow for the addition of Ogres.
    I'm tempted to apply for a moderator position, just so i can go moderator on your asses.

  3. #503
    Quote Originally Posted by username993720 View Post
    They're not just guards. They are undead creatures of the House of the Chosen, just like Necromamcers and Liches are of the House of Rituals, Abominations are of the House of Constructs, Oozes are of the House of Plagues and the Arachnids are of the House of Eyes.
    And none of those would be playable either. Of all the houses, why just choose the faceless guards of the House of the Chosen to be playable? What would Blizzard's reasoning be to make these guards playable?


    You can expect the guards to look like Krexus - Undead face, green eyes and long hair options.
    How can this be expected when they don't already have faces of their own, and Krexus being the only unique model that does? We don't have a female maldraxxian face design at all in this case.

    It'd have to be completely reinvented, completely new design.

    The Kul Tiran skeleton being exactly what playable ogres need - a big, fat one.
    Kul Tiran are already using a modified Pandaren skeleton. That'd be 3 races using the same skeleton and proportions. Sad day for Ogres too, they deserve better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alanar View Post
    But yea.. I dont see it happening either, but its not like its impossible to explain either. I rather see excisting races such as Vrykul join the horde or broken join the alliance for example. Ofc if rexxar is the perfect example for ogres and they should have been playable already imo.. they have alot of lore and ties to the horde that its just painfull we havent seen them yet. I hoped foe their true empire back in wod.. but we all know how that ended.
    I mean I'm not against if it happens or anything. It's definitely not a lore issue to have them added, since they can bullshit any race into any faction.

    I just think it's a lot of resources they'd have to devote to something that I honestly don't see a lot of people outright asking for. Venthyr, Kyrian and Sylvar? Sure, I see those asked for ever so often. But outside of the Krexus model, no one is really specifically asking to play as faceless gladiators, and some people who are arguing in favour of them are literally arguing for the sake of fulfilling a status quo.

    I'm not entirely sold on the idea yet, but if Blizzard ever unveils some new Maldraxxian model for upcoming content, I'm open to considerations.


    As I said earlier, I think it'd be in Blizzard's best interest to move forward. If there were any missed opportunity in Shadowlands to revisit, I'd say do a full Dark Ranger or Necromancer class rather than spend any time and resources on a bunch of races that have no real tangible relevance outside of Shadowlands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teriz View Post
    Since Arthas used Frostmourne, which is a Runeblade, and Frostmourne's power eminates from those runes, that made him a Runemaster by default.

  4. #504
    Just give us Vrykul already. Hell, I'll even take Ogres.

  5. #505
    Quote Originally Posted by Futhark View Post
    Just give us Vrykul already. Hell, I'll even take Ogres.
    I would like this alot more.
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  6. #506
    Quote Originally Posted by Futhark View Post
    Just give us Vrykul already. Hell, I'll even take Ogres.
    Well, Kyrian using the female Vrykul skeleton gives us hope.

    Plus, you're right about Kul Tirans. I believe they were made with Ogres in mind. Otherwise, why go through all this trouble of coming up with a new skeletal rig when all other allied races are reused ones?
    Either this, or the Maldraxxi male Gladiators, who use a modified Ogre skeleton, combined with a female Kul Tiran for their female counterpart, would be used.
    I'm tempted to apply for a moderator position, just so i can go moderator on your asses.

  7. #507
    Quote Originally Posted by username993720 View Post
    Plus, you're right about Kul Tirans. I believe they were made with Ogres in mind. Otherwise, why go through all this trouble of coming up with a new skeletal rig when all other allied races are reused ones?
    Kul Tiran are using a modified Pandaren skeleton.

    https://us.forums.blizzard.com/en/wo...iran/169250/31


    I have a feeling he's blocked me though since something so obviously said wouldn't be ignored so obviously.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teriz View Post
    Since Arthas used Frostmourne, which is a Runeblade, and Frostmourne's power eminates from those runes, that made him a Runemaster by default.

  8. #508
    Alliance:
    Saberon: Share the same skeleton as Worgen but Saberon have tails. And the Alliance are overdue for a beast race that's not Worgen. Plus, WoW's very own cat race.
    Sylvar: They need a better running animation, but I still want them.
    Kyrian: Don't care for them at all, but if means getting Gnoll to balance the races out I'm in.

    Horde:
    Venthyr: Vampire race that's not another elf race? Yes please! But they need more faces to work with.
    Vrykul: They can be the only human-like race on the Horde without being undead. And they fit better with the Horde then with the Alliance.
    Gnoll: One of the most classic races in RPGs. Making them playable would be awesome.
    Last edited by The BrewCity Monk; 2021-10-31 at 05:32 PM.
    Allies Race Wishlist: ALLIANCE: Sylvar and Saberon HORDE: Venthyr and Vrykul
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    Quote Originally Posted by The BrewCity Monk View Post
    Alliance:
    Saberon: Share the same skeleton as Worgen but Saberon have tails. And the Alliance are overdue for a beast race that's not Worgen. Plus, WoW's very own cat race.
    Sylvar: They need a better running animation, but I still want them.
    Kyrian: Don't care for them at all, but if means getting Gnoll to balance the races out I'm in.

    Horde:
    Venthyr: Vampire race that's not another elf race? Yes please! But they need more faces to work with.
    Vrykul: They can be the only human-like race on the Horde without being undead. And they fit better with the Horde then with the Alliance.
    Gnoll: One of the most classic races in MMOs. Making them playable would be awesome.
    Saberon makes 100x more sense in Horde, and Vrykul have Alliance written all over it..
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  10. #510
    Quote Originally Posted by FuxieDK View Post
    Saberon makes 100x more sense in Horde, and Vrykul have Alliance written all over it..
    Mag'har Orcs hunted Saberons, so no it wouldn't make sense for them to be Horde.

    And what on earth tale that Vrykul are Alliance? Because they look like humans? 1) Vrykuls hate humans. A lager amount of them at least. That's facts! 2) Vrykuls are Vikings that don't care for order nor they won't take orders from a human king. The Horde on the other hand are mostly the same as Vrykul, fighting for honor and blood. They can be part of the Horde Council which leads the Horde together. 3) Alliance already have their tall human race, Kul Tiran. Let the Horde have theirs.
    Last edited by The BrewCity Monk; 2021-10-31 at 05:58 PM.
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  11. #511
    Quote Originally Posted by The BrewCity Monk View Post
    Mag'har Orcs hunted Saberons, so no it wouldn't make sense for them to be Horde.

    And what on earth tale that Vrykul are Alliance? Because they look like humans? 1) Vrykuls hate humans. A lager amount of them at least. That's facts! 2) Vrykuls are Vikings that don't care for order nor they won't take orders from a human king. The Horde on the other hand are mostly the same as Vrykul, fighting for honor and blood. They can be part of the Horde Council which leads the Horde together. 3) Alliance already have their tall human race, Kul Tiran. Let the Horde have theirs.
    Eh, flimsy reasoning at best.

    Orcs also hunted Elves and Undead, didn't stop em from joining the Horde.
    Quote Originally Posted by Teriz View Post
    Since Arthas used Frostmourne, which is a Runeblade, and Frostmourne's power eminates from those runes, that made him a Runemaster by default.

  12. #512
    Quote Originally Posted by The BrewCity Monk View Post
    Alliance:
    Saberon: Share the same skeleton as Worgen but Saberon have tails. And the Alliance are overdue for a beast race that's not Worgen. Plus, WoW's very own cat race.
    They are more likely to go Horde due to their tribal society.

    Sylvar: They need a better running animation, but I still want them.
    You're most likely getting them, with the running animation and all.

    Kyrian: Don't care for them at all, but if means getting Gnoll to balance the races out I'm in.
    I don't know how you got to Gnolls, but Kyrians are definitely happening.

    Horde:
    Venthyr: Vampire race that's not another elf race? Yes please! But they need more faces to work with.
    Right? and people still advocate for San'layn instead...

    Vrykul: They can be the only human-like race on the Horde without being undead. And they fit better with the Horde then with the Alliance.
    I don't know about that. They resemble Dwarves the most in culture and society.

    Gnoll: One of the most classic races in RPGs. Making them playable would be awesome.
    Currently unlikely, as they have shitty models from 2004.
    Though, werehyenas exist in myth, alongside werewolves and werecats. So, if we have Worgen and if we're getting Saberon, i don't see why not updated Gnolls.

    Quote Originally Posted by The BrewCity Monk View Post
    Mag'har Orcs hunted Saberons, so no it wouldn't make sense for them to be Horde.
    Orcs were also enemies with the Blood elves and Forsaken.

    And what on earth tale that Vrykul are Alliance? Because they look like humans? 1) Vrykuls hate humans. A lager amount of them at least. That's facts! 2) Vrykuls are Vikings that don't care for order nor they won't take orders from a human king. The Horde on the other hand are mostly the same as Vrykul, fighting for honor and blood. They can be part of the Horde Council which leads the Horde together. 3) Alliance already have their tall human race, Kul Tiran. Let the Horde have theirs.
    They resemble Dwarves in their nordic influences.
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  13. #513
    Quote Originally Posted by username993720 View Post
    They are more likely to go Horde due to their tribal society.
    Just because they're tribal don't mean they should be Horde. The Alliance can have a tribal race. The Alliance aren't humans and human-like races only.

    You're most likely getting them, with the running animation and all.
    Fine by me.

    I don't know how you got to Gnolls, but Kyrians are definitely happening.
    Not really. I don't think blue humans with wings is a good selling point to make them playable. Gnolls on the other hand is a old race in DaD style RPGs that many fans would love to play as.

    Right? and people still advocate for San'layn instead...
    And those same people are still crying for High Elves for Alliance even thou they have Void Elves with those High Elves customizations. Those people just want more elf races for the sake of it.

    I don't know about that. They resemble Dwarves the most in culture and society.
    But Vrykul are Vikings by lore standards. Dwarves are just drunk miners.

    Currently unlikely, as they have shitty models from 2004.
    Though, werehyenas exist in myth, alongside werewolves and werecats. So, if we have Worgen and if we're getting Saberon, i don't see why not updated Gnolls.
    Of course they'll be updated. I don't want the Gnolls to have those outdated models. They should look more like Hogger in HotS.

    Orcs were also enemies with the Blood elves and Forsaken.
    Yes, until the Alliance turn their backs on the Blood Elves. Forcing them to join the Horde. And for the Forsaken, that's was before they had free will. Why wouldn't you want Saberon on the Alliance? They're a freaking big cat race. Imagine have them on the Horde and they get Paladin class. Alliance players would be seething mad over that.

    They resemble Dwarves in their nordic influences.
    But they're not Dwarves, they're Vikings by lore. And by lore, Vrykul don't like humans nor will they follow orders from a human king. Vrykul joining the Horde make more sense then them joining the Alliance. Plus, Kul Tirans vs Vrykuls would be perfect.
    Last edited by The BrewCity Monk; 2021-11-13 at 03:03 PM.
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  14. #514
    Quote Originally Posted by The BrewCity Monk View Post
    Just because they're tribal don't mean they should be Horde. The Alliance can have a tribal race. The Alliance aren't humans and human-like races only.
    It's unlikely.

    Not really. I don't think blue humans with wings is a good selling point to make them playable. Gnolls on the other hand is a old race in DaD style RPGs that many fans would love to play as.
    Now, after you said it, go look at their models and tell me if Gnolls are still more likely.

    But Vrykul are Vikings by lore standards. Dwarves are just drunk miners.
    Dwarves are also norse-inspired. They both share love for drinking, forging and fighting.

    Of course they'll be updated. I don't want the Gnolls to have those outdated models. They should look more like Hogger in HotS.
    How are you so certain that will happen?

    Yes, until the Alliance turn their backs on the Blood Elves. Forcing them to join the Horde. And for the Forsaken, that's was before they had free will. Why wouldn't you want Saberon on the Alliance? They're a freaking big cat race. Imagine have them on the Horde and they get Paladin class. Alliance players would be seething mad over that.
    Why would they get a Paladin class? They're tribal. Unless they worship An'she or the Loa, i don't see that happening. And, why would they go Alliance? By all standards, they are Horde.

    But they're not Dwarves, they're Vikings by lore. And by lore, Vrykul don't like humans nor will they follow orders from a human king. Vrykul joining the Horde make more sense then them joining the Alliance. Plus, Kul Tirans vs Vrykuls would be perfect.
    They only share a love for war with the Horde. They have more in common with the Beonzrbeard Dwarves of the Alliance. They'd be the perfect counterpart for Ogres on the Horde, as they are both the giant progenitors of Orcs and Humans.
    I'm tempted to apply for a moderator position, just so i can go moderator on your asses.

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    Mok'nathal and Tuskarr would be my choices.

    Tuskarr would be awesome;



  16. #516
    Something a lot of people missed from the 9.2 developer preview:



    Playable Brokers concept art?

    We can see here a Paladin, a Hunter, a Rogue and a spellcaster.

    We will be allying with a group called the enlightened in Zereth Mortis.
    I'm tempted to apply for a moderator position, just so i can go moderator on your asses.

  17. #517
    Give us murlocs already. Press the panic button Blizz.

  18. #518
    Quote Originally Posted by username993720 View Post
    It's unlikely.
    Well that's just your opinion, not facts.

    Now, after you said it, go look at their models and tell me if Gnolls are still more likely.
    They can update the models. How hard is that to not understand? They do that almost all the time.

    Dwarves are also norse-inspired. They both share love for drinking, forging and fighting.
    But not raiding and pillaging, like the Vrykuls. And Dwarves have a higher sense of justice then Vrykul. While Vrykul are all about honor and pride, just like the Horde. You can make similarities to them all you want, but Vrykul by lore standard are perfect for the Horde.

    How are you so certain that will happen?
    How are you so certain? Do you work at Blizzard?

    Why would they get a Paladin class? They're tribal. Unless they worship An'she or the Loa, i don't see that happening. And, why would they go Alliance? By all standards, they are Horde.
    What standard? Being a tribal beast clan doesn't mean nothing. If that was true then the Alliance wouldn't even have the Worgen, Draenei or even Pandaren. And who said that only way to being a Paladin is to worship just those two? Loas wasn't even a thing until BFA. And by lore, Mag'har Orcs hunted Saberon for their hearts and others sacrifices.

    They only share a love for war with the Horde. They have more in common with the Beonzrbeard Dwarves of the Alliance. They'd be the perfect counterpart for Ogres on the Horde, as they are both the giant progenitors of Orcs and Humans.
    And that alone is enough for them to join the Horde! Will since that you care so much about "standards", then why would the Vrykul join the Alliance? If they hate humans, what makes you think they're okay with the Dwarves? The may both have Norse-inspired lore, but they have different beliefs and justices from each other that's makes them different from night and day.

    And there's not enough Ogres in Azeroth to make them a playable race by lore standards. Plus all the smart Ogres were two-headed and now all dead. Leaving just dumb ones that are too stupid for battle nor unable to learn magic, let alone read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by username993720 View Post
    Something a lot of people missed from the 9.2 developer preview:



    Playable Brokers concept art?

    We can see here a Paladin, a Hunter, a Rogue and a spellcaster.

    We will be allying with a group called the enlightened in Zereth Mortis.
    Kind of lazy to add a faceless race does it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teriz View Post
    Mok'nathal and Tuskarr would be my choices.

    Tuskarr would be awesome;


    Okay if Blizz can make them look like those models in WoW and still have a presentable female model, then I can get behind Tuskarr for Alliance. Even thou they would be using Dwarves animation.
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  19. #519
    Quote Originally Posted by The BrewCity Monk View Post
    Well that's just your opinion, not facts.
    When you see all of the tribal races in the Horde, it's not just an opinion, it's based.

    They can update the models. How hard is that to not understand? They do that almost all the time.
    Have they done that recently? Have they intorduced a female model? Currently, Kyrians are a hell more likely.

    But not raiding and pillaging, like the Vrykuls. And Dwarves have a higher sense of justice then Vrykul. While Vrykul are all about honor and pride, just like the Horde. You can make similarities to them all you want, but Vrykul by lore standard are perfect for the Horde.
    Are they?
    Does this look Horde to you?


    Their relatives, the Drust, even allied with the Alliance.

    How are you so certain? Do you work at Blizzard?
    I look at the facts right infront of me.

    What standard? Being a tribal beast clan doesn't mean nothing. If that was true then the Alliance wouldn't even have the Worgen, Draenei or even Pandaren. And who said that only way to being a Paladin is to worship just those two? Loas wasn't even a thing until BFA. And by lore, Mag'har Orcs hunted Saberon for their hearts and others sacrifices.
    Worgen are civillized Gilnean Humans. Pandaren are asian motifed humanoids and Draenei are an advanced, light-worshipping aliens. Nothing tribal.

    Loas were a thing before BfA, just not as accentuated. Mag'har Orcs also waged war with the Ogres, yet the Stonemaul still joined them in BfA.

    And that alone is enough for them to join the Horde! Will since that you care so much about "standards", then why would the Vrykul join the Alliance? If they hate humans, what makes you think they're okay with the Dwarves? The may both have Norse-inspired lore, but they have different beliefs and justices from each other that's makes them different from night and day.
    The Ogres also hated their descendants, the Orcs. And yet, they allied with them countless times.

    I think they share a lot more with the Dwarves than, say, the Orcs. Their love for drinking, forging, warfare, titans has a lot more similarities with the Dwarves than with the Orcs.

    And there's not enough Ogres in Azeroth to make them a playable race by lore standards. Plus all the smart Ogres were two-headed and now all dead. Leaving just dumb ones that are too stupid for battle nor unable to learn magic, let alone read.
    What? There were barely any Void elves, yet they still became playable.
    Have you missed WoD Ogres? The dumb brutes were replaced with intelligent and roman-cultured Ogres.

    Kind of lazy to add a faceless race does it?
    It kinda is, but it seems to be implying that way.
    I'm tempted to apply for a moderator position, just so i can go moderator on your asses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The BrewCity Monk View Post
    ..snip..
    Kind of lazy to add a faceless race does it?
    Well, technically their "mask's" could be their face.
    Tho they would have to retrofit, if not all then, majority of helms to fit them.
    Tho its a nice concept tbh.

    Quote Originally Posted by Khaza-R View Post
    Give us murlocs already. Press the panic button Blizz.
    Second this! We need more Murkey!

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