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When Everybody is Super

9th Jul 2018

When Everybody is Super

When Everybody is Super

9th Jul 2018

Author Notes:

Amocin 9th Jul 2018, 12:00 AM edit delete
Donation pic at the end of the month will be Drogan, Serid, and Kinar - Serid in the
middle (M/M/F)

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Danthehorseman 9th Jul 2018, 3:20 AM edit delete reply
Wow very nice. Love the background really well done. I hope your well have a nice day all the best take care be safe best wishes high regards Daniel
Guest 9th Jul 2018, 4:23 AM edit delete reply
Can't be racist when there's no races
Pufnstuff 9th Jul 2018, 9:13 AM edit delete reply
There are many other different ways of being an asshole, though....
nightmask 9th Jul 2018, 1:33 PM edit delete reply
I think Kinar already made that point a while ago, that making everyone a Worgen wouldn't create a 'We are the world!' paradise because people always find some excuse to discriminate and hate. The aristocracy would look down on you if you had a commoner in your bloodline that they could point to, the KKK if they could point to a black person in your family tree, and so on.

Even if Kinar's 'husband' were acting from twisted altruistic motives the reality is it would do nothing to stop people hating and killing each other because he's not actually addressing the root cause of things.
Rasminar 9th Jul 2018, 7:59 AM edit delete reply
Love the page title.
3D 9th Jul 2018, 8:56 AM edit delete reply
I have a feeling the comment section is about to go into turbulent waters.

But Mordy has a point; if everyone is a death knight ...
Amocin 9th Jul 2018, 11:07 AM edit delete reply
Not Death Knight, Worgen.
Rembrant 9th Jul 2018, 11:56 AM edit delete reply
Just because there weren't any orcs there doesn't mean they're not welcome. Considering that that place is, you know, neutral ground and everyone is welcome. Mordin, in typical villainous way, is trying to twist things to make himself sound like he's right, and he probably believes it too.

And that female worgen is one to be wary of. We saw how mad she was that Mordin didn't want to have sex with her because all his attention is on Kinar. She's probably the bigger danger for Kinar at this point.
withpuppys 9th Jul 2018, 1:22 PM edit delete reply
well that seems like perfectly sound logic
Windwalker 9th Jul 2018, 1:46 PM edit delete reply
In all fairness I think there's more races missing from Drogan's group than just orcs, and I doubt all of them are because of Drogan's personal dislike.

I'd appreciate it if anyone could correct me if I turn out to be wrong, but I've yet to see any humans, dwarves, gnomes (Lapis was a dragon in gnome form), blood elves, undead or goblins.

Now that I think about it, aside from the one draenei (who have gained the reputation of being the most Light oriented race, which combines well with Drogan being a paladin) all the present races are ones which can be druids in the game. And Serid and Kinar were originally assigned this task because Drogan asked the Cenarion Circle for aid.

Of course one possible answer is that most of those other races are present, but they're all background characters/unimportant so we just haven't seen them yet (or they're only important further into the story). If that's the case Mordin's argument makes more sense, although even then I could still bring forth several counter-arguments.

A big one being that, when all is said and done, orcs appear to be poor team players. They're part proud warrior culture and part strong shamanistic tradition, and while the shamans tend to be more reasonable the dominant proud warrior culture results in orcs being the most likely to grumble about having to cooperate with non-orcs.

Not to say that other races don't have racist individuals, orcs just seem to have the most systematic low-key racism.
Pufnstuff 16th Jul 2018, 10:13 AM edit delete reply
If you pay attention to in-game gatherings of the Cenarion Circle, also if you either have a Legion Druid who can access his Class Order Hall (or have done a Class Trial for one), you find that ALL races can be druids... You don't get to PLAY, say, an Orc druid because they are so rare in-canon that it doesn't make sense for players to be allowed to. That does kind of fit your idea that all those other, non-PC druid races, actually are represented, but are background characters because they aren't significant ATM.
Zwariowany Mikotaj 9th Jul 2018, 3:26 PM edit delete reply
Can't just someone for being a Forsaken if there are any Forsaken.
Cap'n Jack 9th Jul 2018, 9:01 PM edit delete reply
I see a flaw in the plan. You can't turn undead into worgen and even if you got 100% of the living population, they can still shift back to their primary race, right?

Also the Troll Loa will be seriously pissed.

He is right though. Turning everyone into Worgen would do more to bring about peace than anything else anyone can do in that reality.

It won't be 100% effective, but it will rocket equality forward at a record pace once the initial blood wars are over.

AlphaGuardian 10th Jul 2018, 7:55 PM edit delete reply
Hey Amo, I have a question that I've been wondering for some time now. I'm listening familiar with the lore of World of Warcraft and I know there are half-breeds of a sort. There have been drenai or in human, and I think I recall drenai and human cross.

My question is this, what's the chance of Kinar and Serid having a child? Granted I know they've been have fun for some time and thing is showing but I wonder at times if we might be a little cub or maybe Kinar with a soft bump. It was just a wondering thought, we all love your story and how much sharper your artwork has become. I look forward to the next page and chapters to come.
Amocin 12th Jul 2018, 12:52 AM edit delete reply
It would be a spoiler to answer this question.

Half-breeds do exist though, and for me, if an Alien species and species from other realms can breed with something not from their world, why cant everybody else? So I think pretty much everybody within playable races can breed with one another. Assuming nothing is standing in the way such as undeath.
Pufnstuff 16th Jul 2018, 10:18 AM edit delete reply
I can see why certain races might not be able to breed. Dwarves, and Gnomes, for example, being Titan-constructed races, might not be able to breed with the races that evolved normally on Azeroth. We know Orcs and Draenei can breed because there's at least one canon example. Ditto Human/Night Elf. As for a Drae/Human, maybe the Drae have adaptive DNA or somesuch. ;)
Ashla 12th Jul 2018, 6:00 PM edit delete reply
i would love to see a response from kinar being "The only reason Serid doesn't hang out with more orcs is because the artist *really* doesn't like drawing non furries; hell in the last 7 years theres only been a flash back of me when i was a ginger and that blue dragon who was cosplaying as a gnome!"
Shadowolf12000 13th Jul 2018, 2:30 AM edit delete reply
That is funny
TheAnomaly 9th Nov 2018, 1:00 AM edit delete reply
I'm disappointed that no one pointed out that perfectly fitting Incredibles 1 quote in the title. It was another one of those "You know the bad guy has a point" moments that make a story so compelling to follow.