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Could anyone give a full list of playable races in that thing? Severin Andrews 22:41, 10 June 2008 (UTC)

races that are playable from level 1 are dwarves (ironforge, wildhammer dark iron), high elves, blood elves (incomplete, although easy enough to translate high elf info over to them), night elves, furbolgs, gnomes, leper gnomes, goblins, half-elves, half-blood elves, half-night elves, half-human half-ogres, half-ogres, half-orcs, humans, kobolds, makrura, mur'gul, murlocs, naga, orcs, pandaren, quilboar, satyr, tauren, troggs, trolls (forest, ice, jungle, and sand), tuskarr, forsaken, and wyrmkin --Adonzo (talk) 08:22, 7 November 2008 (UTC)

Pretty sure this was canned...[] < ---- Interpret this as you will. --Super Bhaal (talk) 20:20, 12 March 2009 (UTC)

ArtHaus/Whitewolf roleplaying line cancelled?[]

Backed up from the articled;

This article or section includes speculation, observations or opinions possibly supported by lore or by Blizzard officials. It should not be taken as representing official lore.

Current rumors have been circulating that World of Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game, by the White Wolf/ArtHaus line, may have been canceled due to poor sales and other factors. The last book released is Dark Factions (2008). No new information has been given for quite some time. It has been claimed that one of Blizzard's panel members at Gencon made the announcement when questioned about it. Also, most of the books in the series are out of print at this point.

No official books have been announced, but three RPG fanbooks have been announced (Even More Magic and Mayhem, Monster Guide II, and Burning Crusade Sourcebook). Warcraft RPG author Adam Loyd (aka MagusRogue) is included among the staff of these books. However, these books are not official, White Wolf has nothing to do with them, they are not supported by Blizzard, and their release dates are unknown.

Wizards of the Coast (WotC), current owner of Dungeons & Dragons, produced a new version of D&D in June 2008. The new edition has greatly changed the mechanics of the game and is, for the most part, not compatible with the older rule set used by the Warcraft RPG. Since the bulk of the table top RPG market is held by Dungeon & Dragons, White Wolf could be holding back to see if a new line with the new edition's rules would be viable or not.

Needless to say, the future of the official Warcraft RPG line is murky.

Baggins (talk) 17:02, 2 May 2009 (UTC)

The link for "Official site for World of Warcraft The Roleplaying Game" does not seem to work for me anymore. Rolandius Paladin (talk - contr) 05:45, 17 July 2009 (UTC)
Me too.Centaur77 (talk) 22:20, 16 August 2009 (UTC)
The moral of this story is: "Just because you can buy the rights to something that might make you money, doesn't mean you should, especially if your own original products suck.". --Super Bhaal (talk) 01:16, 17 August 2009 (UTC)
I think you may be right.Centaur77 (talk) 21:06, 18 August 2009 (UTC) < ---- There's a post here that says "Actually, since blizzard dropped the content liscense with white wolf, and white wolf no longer supports the WoWd20 franchise, I see absolutely no problem posting In Game Content. ". I don't know if this was mentioned elsewhere, but hey. --Super Bhaal (talk) 08:26, September 29, 2009 (UTC)

I know they're still printing all editions of D&D. That wasn't cancelled, it was too popular. I guess it's just this then. Theoretically, you could probably find the rules on the net anyway. Unless you need special miniatures or scenery, I don't see why this is so hard. BobNamataki (talk) 10:27, November 15, 2009 (UTC)

RPG to novels or novels to RPG[]


Some material first introduced in the RPG was expanded upon later in other sources such as novels and manga.

I think the reverse would also be true, because Day of the Dragon (2001) preceded the first RPG in 2003 and introduced Prestor who was a character in the RPG. Tycio (talk) 05:37, 8 February 2021 (UTC)