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I definitely think Draenei will get there eventually, I could see Orcs being there too. Now that the Illidari have a foothold in the world, I don't see why they wouldn't start bolstering their ranks.
Come listen! I'm not one for lore, and it seems silly why someone of any race can't train and learn to be any class. I've never been for artificial limitations in gameplay. If there is a major lore reason, then I'd be fine restricting classes on RP servers, but leaving them open on Normal servers.
Druids have long been restricted for art reasons, but I don't really buy that idea either. I'd be in favor of opening up all the custom forms for each race, and allowing all races to be a druid. Then just have them select their preferred form's appearance from a list. I'd love for my Nelf druid to have the man-bear form for bear, the KT cat form, the Zandalari Owlkin form, and the Worgen flight form.
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Together, we're gonna punch these guys so hard, words describing the impact are gonna spontaneously materialize out of thin air. Originally Posted by GothamCity. Originally Posted by Yes but actually no. In the case of the 2 classes you mention they are actually pretty much the only true understandable lore restrictions. I can see Nightborne perhaps due to there actually being a Nightborne Demon hunter if you did the tailoring quest.
Like I said, as someone who does not care about lore, they should not be restricted. They could easily unwrite the lore, since it's made by the same company who makes the game.
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Originally Posted by Romanthony. Last edited by Yes but actually no; at PM. Yeh lets water down unique things even more Why would people become demon hunters when the legion has been defeated? Originally Posted by Super Dickmann. Close, but no cigar.
The lesson is "Green Jesus knows the way, infidel. Originally Posted by GreenJesus.
Also while we are at it i want a draenei warlock. It begins with absence and desire.
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