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11-28-2007 @ 2:41PM
Awesome writing, as usual. You guys are in trouble tho, if writing standards suddenly went low there'll be a damn lot of flaming. Plate wearing shaman. I want to be one :(One thing I've never figured out tho is, even tho Durotan and Draka never drank the blood of demons, and thus are still brown-skinned, why is Thrall green?
11-28-2007 @ 3:38PM
I think it has to do with their environment, atleast in the real world creatures tend to turn colors with their environment, Durotar was brown because he was originally born in Nagrand/Draenor, while common orcs may be green being born on Azeroth, personally, it doesn't make sense to me either but that is my theory
11-28-2007 @ 4:41PM
Thrall's parents suspected that their skin was changing colors due to the shunning of shamans among the orcs on Daenor. Even before Gul'dan opened the portal to Azeroth and before the orcs attacked Shatt they saw their skin changing colors. So it was more due to the coming of the warlocks and following Kil'jaedan than drinking the blood.
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