Absolutely! And I hope the toggle option allows us to add tentacles to hair options that didn’t have them, thus allowing a full range. New things we get won’t just be for the ‘high elf’ or the ‘voided up void elf’, it’ll be for our race as a whole.
Not to mention tattoos and a couple more hairstyles, we’d be set for good.
It’d nice if they did an interview on this stuff. They were talking about how they wanted Void Elves to replicate. But like I said… Void Elves are kind of like Demon Hunters… Are they making more? Should they be?
They did start making brand new Death Knights though.
Because saying the Alliance has now all it’s WC 2 races back again, the Horde should get one too will lead some of those players to attack others because no matter what it will never be enough for them.
Indeed I have! I’ve lurked through both threads and admittedly, I was more on the side opposite from you for most of it. Nevertheless, I’ll give your thread a like.
I mean this respectfully when I say, not a lot of the things in the OP appeal to me, but I respect the subjectivity of tastes. When it comes to things both the Alleria void elves and Umbric void elves can use though? I’m 110% with you. Jewelry, tattoos and new hairstyles will benefit all of us going forward.
Maybe it would be okay to have an extra eye as one of the jewelry options too, I suppose. And some of the extra eye options.
Edit: Looking through again though, I’ll admit those star hairstyles are gorgeous, and that mount at the end…
I love your whole post and hope to see an idea like that implemented in the not too distant future!
I agree. I’d imagine Alleria and Umbric giving potential recruits a very thorough vetting process before training them/infusing them. The last thing anyone wants is powerful insane people with incredible void powers wreaking havoc across Azeroth.
Don’t get me wrong, I like Void Elves and I’ve got a few. But there is no reason why any elf would want to replicate it.
I don’t know if I’d agree there isn’t any reason, but I do agree it would be a very hard sell. This is just more head canon of mine, but if I had been an elf who was subjected to N’zoth’s visions, or fought on the front lines of the assaults or even Ny’alotha itself, and I saw a bunch of other elves learning to master that terrifying power, I might consider learning how to master it myself, if only to protect myself from it in the future.
Another case might not be related to N’zoth at all but as a matter of the aftermath of the 4th war. Lots of civilians were affected by the war. And who’s to say that this or that Alliance allied High Elf didn’t lose a friend, lover, or family member to the war, and wants to become part of the Alliance Military. With Alleria returned, and as famous as she is, it’s not inconceivable that those that might seek to have a greater role in the Alliance military might seek her out.