Its been heavilly implied that the first set of allied races post ddorfs and zandalari will be kultiran humans and brown orcs. He also stated that there was no obvious population center for them to come from, as they had been assimilated in other cultures. Or it's possible they didn't intend originally to add them but people really liked the design and they changed their minds so they are just testing things. Previously, we looked at and male models. Yes I know some were high elves now that became void elves, but even then we didn't get high elves as a race because 'there weren't enough of them after Arthas went through to make them a race' While I agree that they aren't mechanically pulles out of no where, the problem is that their lore kinda is since they just showed up and suddenly had their own kinda culture, clothing, way of life almost? In past, in situations liek that, they allowed to keep pets that was not intended to tame and option to tame them was hot fixed, but those who got them could keep them. There is no way for the vulperas to join the Alliance now! Female Customization Options Skin Colors Features Face Options Snouts Male Customization Options Skin Colors Features Face Options Snouts The Vulpera are a rumored Allied Race in BfA and here's a preview of all their customization options.
They are allied or in Tortollan case, neutral with the Zandalari by default. In case Blizzard decides to add them, it makes sense for them to join the Horde later, probably in Patch 8. If in that metaphor the Alliance are the Empire, then the Vulpera are just as anti Alliance as the Ewoks are anti Empire. Some may suggest that this is simply due to the Alliance equivalent not being released at this time. While those races did become Allied Races later, we still intend to use this approach for non-playable races. Anime factor is high here, they could have been ripped out of Sonic the hedgehog. We also have seen more than a few Vulpera pirates down in Freehold.
Then, they are just furry goblins. At the end of the day, Void elves have yet to get their own identity, but I really really hope they get expanded on and get their own culture. While I agree that they aren't mechanically pulles out of no where, the problem is that their lore kinda is since they just showed up and suddenly had their own kinda culture, clothing, way of life almost? Mechagnomes At last year's BlizzCon, Blizzard talked about Mechagnomes on the. Nightborne have a story that extends before legion, though. With a new zone and dungeon, the Allied Race would definitely fit the story of Patch 8. Think of the work put into the player character to form an alliance with the allied races right now. In terms of their characterization, there seems to be one or two young adults and then the rest are voiced as children or teenagers? Priscilla Ashvane also has a Heart of Azeroth, and we know she has been consorting with pirates.
They currently have more customization options that Kul Tirans. Check out details on all the confirmed. Ever heard the story of David and Goliath? We're getting more elves and i don't plan to play them :P simple as that Comment by markbalazsik on 2018-01-27T04:02:09-06:00 after human skinned undead, here comes the fox skinned goblin. I don't understand why anyone wants Sethrak, much less why they'd join the Alliance. Their models perfectly fit with player equipment.
I see it doesn't make much sense to put shoes on a cow. Again, I literally have no problems with the void elves, but Highmountain tauren have a culture. While those races did become Allied Races later, we still intend to use this approach for non-playable races. Think about your words more carefully next time, because there could be a Vulpera clinging to your ceiling ready to lunge. I personally think Mechagnomes are really stupid, as few people like normal gnomes.
Helmets are a problem, I agree. Alliance have void elves which will corrupt and finally sacrifice our beloved vulpera to the old gods 3. Dark Iron Dwarves, Kul'Tiras humans, Draenor Orcs, etc. Plus their is a high chance they will have alpaca's as their racial mount! Because as it stand the Alliance has absolutely nothing that compares to the Vulpera in terms of a unique race candidate, come 8. I mean, void elves were such a last minute creation basically. I know it's difficult if you watch people on YouTube or twitch or have guildies who want to talk about new news but you can do it. To assume that they do this intentionally is pretty amusing.
Not saying that adding Vulpera would be the right choice, only that those are not good reasons not to add them. Dont forget the turtle folk. BfA is still in development and until Battle for Azeroth reaches live World of Warcraft servers, nothing is for sure. Each race is associated with an achievement and reputation in order to unlock. Vulpera - I know, everything is laid out for the taking but I have the same reservations you have. But the worst part for me are the hooves.
Comment by vindurza These guys really need to be on the horde to basically be the factions Gnome aka cute and diminutive, But with the obvious animalistic edge that fits the horde. I could actually see Vulpera being an allied race now though. Pre-order of Battle for Azeroth required. Check out our for more information about the race. Sethrak are unlikely due to their necks and heads. It always felt to me that Void Elves as allied race were made up on the spot just so that Alliance wouldn't be mad for not getting more elves. It could well be that by the time Vulps join Say 8.
And overall, they aren't fleshed out as a race. What he specifically said was that datamining isn't necessarily an indication of a new allied race. The Vulpera are closely tied to the Horde and the story of Vol'dun in Battle for Azeroth. Allied races use existing models. While those races did become Allied Races later, we still intend to use this approach for non-playable races.