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  • 2018-05-10 17:16:38
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The Allied Race feature has been one of the most widely discussed and hotly-anticipated additions to World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth. It has only hotted up since we've been able to get our hands on the four 'preview' pre-order races unlocked in Legion, too. Gamers can sitll find cheapest everything like WoW gold to help them have a good control in WoW's latest version. Follow raiditem.com to see what Allied Races Blizzard decide to add to game.




This has, of course, got many players speculating about Blizzard's plans for future races, even igniting a debate over the potential of as-yet unannounced fox roleplaying options. While others are just happy that WoW is finally getting more diverse character customisation options. So how are Blizzard approaching the task of assigning allegiances?

"First we looked at the geography of the space and who the inhabitants were,WoW production director John Hight tells us. "In some cases we drew from the lore that's out there - it's obvious who's in Zandalar for example - but in other cases, we had to think about what an interesting race would be to inhabit that area. In some cases we had to think about inventing a new race to suit it."

Hight's comments settle whether Blizzard have any qualms over creating a new playable race from thin air without any long-term lore basis.

Going on to describe the process of assigning specific Allied Races to either faction, Hight says: "We consider what's their natural tendency - are they likely to be more sympathetic to the Horde or the Alliance? And then, if we noticed a preponderance of really big tough-looking races on one side, or really charming cool cute-looking races on the other, we try to do a little bit of a rebalance. Those profiles and those aesthetics are really important. We didn't want everyone on the Horde to look ugly, right?"

Indeed not. Thankfully, the inherent flexibility of the Allied Race system allows Blizzard to weigh up the aesthetic imbalance between factions - Allied Races can be added to either side, Horde or Alliance, and are limited only by Blizzard's creativity. Providing a broader range of race avatars to choose from can surely only be good for the game. Naturally, separating these characters out between factions will cause debate as to which side has it better, but according to Hight, that's a good thing.

While Blizzard apparently have the next several Allied Races planned out, according to Hight, there is definite potential for the team to be influenced by how the current expansion plays out, as well as by player opinions - highlighting the Dark Iron Dwarves, who were added to the game purely because of player feedback.

Alliance players have requested that the Wildhammer clan be added alongside Dark Iron Dwarves, but Hight makes Blizzard's position clear: "It's always possible, but we don't have any immediate plans to include them."

The Mag'har orc heritage armour and mount have been discovered ahead of their announcement, sure, but any future fox-shaped unannounced race remains a mysterious silhouette on the horizon. Check out more World of Warcraft news at raiditem.com. And we also welcome you to buy WoW cheap gold at our site. What's more, don't miss POE Chaos Orbs which helps you to be a powerful guy when you play POE.



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