Firstly, talking about Gnomes I really love them as a race. Now I know there's Gnome haters in Azeroth but at the end of the day they're the one's missing out on having a green beehive hair-do and awesome squinty faces whilst dancing (see pics).
As it goes I'd like to play a lot more race-class combinations but I understand that there's some lore-based continuity issues with this and as I don't delve too deeply into lore I won't dwell on this too much. On a similar line of thought I'd like to see more races be playable by both factions - like the Pandaren are. Tauren's are another of my fave races but I rarely get around to playing Horde side. If I could play an Alliance Tauren then I'd be much more likely to level above 40.
|Who could not love a face like that!?!|
Now it's on with my own unanswered questions.
Why can't I talk to the opposite faction? I don't mean all the time but in neutral cities such as Dalaran. After all there must be translators in Azeroth, right? The mage Glyph of Arcane Language is part of the way towards this by allowing you to understand your allies racial languages.
Why do hunter pets shrink once they've been tamed?
Plus a couple of silly ones:
How does larger mail, like mounts, fit into the post boxes? And how is the post in Azeroth delivered with such efficiency?
Where are the animal mounts (such as horses and elekks) bred and stabled? A lot of the mount vendors are accompanied by a handful of mounts but no where near enough to meet the demands of the population.
How do the occupants (npc's) of dead cities, such as Silvermoon, make any money?