You guys are awesome! This thread is so much fun to read.
I finally have some time to answer questions. Sorry to keep you waiting!
I love all cats great and small, but if I had to choose my favorite Druid cat form, it’d be Night Elf. I love the color schemes and their accessories the most. Next in line would be Kul Tiran because skulls, and Highmountain Tauren because lions with feathered moose antlers.
I like to think it’s because what they eat is blue, much like how Flamingos turn pink. And they probably think they’re too cool for red hats.
I also love trolls! They get to have pointy ears, tri-hawks, AND run around without shoes and not be phased with how painful that is. They’re like the elves’ edgy punk rock cousins.
Definitely without ketchup. Don’t get him started about ketchup…
This sounds like the beginning of a lyrical masterpiece. Keep going!
That is such a terrifying image… IT’S PERFECT!
They don’t seem to! I’d love to know what product they use.
Thank you for this, and I hope some of her answers to the questions from Kalzhun help you a bit like how she praised the Night Elf Druids as the best cat form. Meow. She says she loves elves, and that’s true but as I’m sure you can tell, she also loves druids… on both sides. Seriously she’s almost as bad with her druids as I am with hunters.
EDIT: Oh and also, as a side note with something else you said, I am 100% on board with you on if she gets her blood elf druids, dark iron druids could be the balance. When they announced the Dark Irons as a playable race I freaked because I’ve wanted to play a dark iron since vanilla, even to the point that in Legion I finally gave in to my total non-interest of vanilla dwarves and just made one… making her look as much like a dark iron as I could. But even then, leveling her was a chore because she was a boring dwarf… so then my precious dark irons! So soon as I unlocked them, I deleted her and remade her as a dark iron! I also made a dark iron hunter. Yeah. I have a hunter problem.
When Dark Iron Dwarves were first released they were more powerful. They were nerfed three times officially and then once they were nerfed and it wasn’t in update notes (that’s what’s called a stealth nerf). People were interested in playing them with their racials but, to be honest, look at Alliance AR’s. That’s what Blizzard does; they announce something with good racials and slowly, over the course of a month or so, they nerf them into…meh. That way, when they announce, they can say, “Hey Alliance! Check this out!”
But what is released is NOT the same, so you have low AR participation.
For instance, Method was saying that if they released Mechagnomes as they were originally planned, they would transfer to Alliance. The first nerf came two days later.