So these aliens are deer? Alrighty then.Honestly, find it more odd they have the same name for Elune as the Nelves when the Tauren don't even use the same name
I am slightly, hesitantly relived that the "first Night Warrior" were male stags, instead of men. I wonder if they have a connection to Malorne? It seems that Elune's secrets are still only understood by humanoid women, and apparently animals/creatures of nature.On another topic, this still doesnt explain why Elune didnt stop Sylvanas's genocide. And worse still, how Nathanos escaped the Night Warrior's wrath unharmed.
So Night Warrior's power is capable of killing an Old God but all Tyrande could do was killing a few Forsaken peasants alongside not being able to kill Nathanos hahah. And now they are foreshadowing that Tyrande's already useless power will diminish even more for her to survive, rofl.
I wonder what that Old Gods name was. I suppose it doesn't matter either way.
bye necrolords i'm gonna go party with the gay unicorn
I hope that the stag and a unicorn are just placeholders. I mean making first openly gay characters in WoW (I'm not counting Shaw and Flynn since well, it's pretty much unconfirmed and well, a fan service for the shippers) animals isn't flattering to the LBGTQ+ community, more like a mockery tbh.
they're not gay they're just partners..the concept of gay is only on our planet and doesn't apply to them unless they have multiple categories for their peoples as well, so stop forcing it on them. I don't think blizzard feels the need to use specific terms as their worlds are probably more understanding that existence springs forth all kinds of life and doesn't need definitions such as homosexual since anybody can simply like someone or not, without needing a category. hopefully they feel we're all just here together -not needing to separate ourselves into definitions. so stop forcing our terminology it onto blizzard characters. as pointed out, couples aren't 'straight' in wow, they're just a couple, with no needing to further identify their togetherness. if one didn't like the other it wouldn't be because of straight vs gay (because that doesn't need to exist in blizzard's worlds and it doesn't need to exist in our world either), it would be because one didn't like the other, no sexuality, orientation, gender involved nor added to the mix. sad, instead of fans wanting us to be like these characters and doing away with our real world concepts, where they don't have categories for themselves and instead simply live, fans would rather be close-minded and describe these characters' situation using our terms. unfair to these characters to have our words used on them when they're probably just together and not our definition of gay. they'd only be gay if their people have other categories like bi and lesbian and the rest, too, which they don't and can't because they are not us. I suppose they could be from earth if earth is in wow but I hope not. races who can simply be together without needing categories are what we should be trying for as well, not forcing our terms onto their races. they're a cool couple and simply together, without needing a descriptor - especially a descriptor that we use for our selves. leave it to the fans..the only good thing, no, the best thing to come out of all this is that blizzard added these concepts in but didn't label them (did they announce them? of course, sigh, but they didn't apply our real world terms to them, hopefully contributing to making it so we are less defined and perceived by our dumb labels, allowing for us to finally do away with categories altogether because embracing that life is varied and impossible to understand and freaking awesome is the only concept any of us need to understand so that acceptance no longer exists because everything is just, is). meaning, through lack of identification and not applying our terms to them, we can be one step closer for all of our differences to, instead of being different, simply be normal and natural and never needing consideration nor announcement nor inclusion, because everything will just be. leave it to the fans and even to those who supposedly support progression to, quickly, without even thinking of the harm they cause nor be open-minded to that maybe other in-game races don't rely on our petty definitions; label characters, identify concepts, categorize the heck out everyone, all which furthers separation of all our (real) lifeforms and I feel harms our enlightenment and peace. couldn't just let there be a couple in the game, the fans had to instantly grab them with gross, reaching fingers and vertically-stretched mouths because their adrenaline-need to recognize and jam more definitions and terms onto everything rather than simply appreciating and wondering, 'hey maybe not having words to identify everything is the way to go! it's healthier! let's do it!' no, instead of helping us move to a future where we don't need announcements and considerations and tolerance and acceptance and terms and labels and concepts, ya know, letting everyone peacefully exist, they claw and hoard and appoint. the world already by default wants everything in it to be normal and natural, it's going to be whether you fight it or not, it's its very nature. in fact it takes effort to fight against normal and natural, so just stop, get out of its way, and let the world be the best place it can be - it's already waiting for us, it's already here, we just need to let it do it's thing (again, we don't let it be itself, it's going to do it's thing with or without us letting it), so for those who don't like different people; lgbt+, backgrounds, etc, and for those who are for everyone, you're both doing a disservice to the paradise we could all be experiencing by constantly identifying and labeling everyone and everything. I am going to enjoy this companionship without bogging it down with terms and categories we use from the real world which (don't even apply to them) are a lame concept that harms the introduction of these two and prevents the flourishing of this pairing and only continues to move our world in a more severed place. let them exist, without your own definitions applying to them. fun fact, they will exist whether you have words for them or not.
"Husband" is definitely one of "our" terms. So instead of turning it all around and go off on some fkd up excuse of a text to defend your social warrior views you could actually see that we´re the ones imposing "our" terms on these characters created by... well, humans. So I totally don't understand all this crap about shoving our stuff on fictional alien characters. They should have their own terms and leave our "politics" out of it. Seems like someone at Blizzard is pushing an agenda or just plainly trolling ;)