As a note, the text in the Majordomo's quest seems to use exclusively They, so presumably they're non-binary. Likewise is their name neither strasza or strasz.
So when can I pick my own visage form? Not a fan of being a human/elf or whatever.
Wrathion kinda lookin 3Head
Weird name, aren't red dragon female names normally end with "straza" or male ones end with "straz"?
I am reminded of Pelagos. They did not pay that character's identity any respect, no backstory or interesting tale of struggle to reach realization... No hero's journey. Just wiping his memories and then getting promoted to being a literal god. They brought up his identity as a form of tokenism to collect brownie points and pat themselves on the back. As someone who actually cares about this stuff, I find that sort of rainbow capitalism to be infuriating. They did do a bit better with Chromie, where they put more effort into the writing and it made more sense. So I'm not totally hopeless here, but still concerned. If they want to try again with this NB dragon, OK sure, try again. But they better do it right.
so basically that's a penultimate boss to Alexstraza. okay then.
blizz could have just added some dragon exclusive customization to most races and that would have made waaaay more sense lore wise. I mean they still can.
As a side note, is wrathion missing his front teeth or a front tooth? The pic posted above with the vulpera in dragon form looks like it
I don't know, 'Selistra' doesn't sound like a red dragon name. It seems close to Sinestra (black dragon) or more so the green dragon's methods of naming females (ending in -ra like Ysera, Melithra, Alysra, Velithra, etc.)It'd make more sense if her name was Selistrasza, and 'Selistra' was just a nickname, much like a lot of the red dragons (and bronze, to be fair) cut off the -strasza/-strasz/-dormi/-dormu part of their name. (Chromie, Kairoz, Vaelan, Rhea)
I like Dracthyr but hate the Visage they have.Wish i could just morp into any race, like the Aspects themself.There is no logic in the Visage imo.