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In the Warcraft universe, dragons can take the shape of a humanoid. Outside of Chromie(gnome), Kalecgos(half-elf), and Ebonhorn(Highmountain Tauren), have there been any dragons who a shape outside of human or elf? We can also exclude the Ysera and Alexstraza, as their forms are different as well.

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    you gave quite a list of dragons who do, lol – Himarm Jan 28 '18 at 18:45
  • @Himarm I realize that now, I was curious if there were any trolls or orc dragons – CBredlow Jan 28 '18 at 18:46
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    If you specifically want orc or troll examples, you may want to edit the question to reflect that. As it stands, you might end up getting more examples of tauren-form dragons, etc. – Steve-O Jan 28 '18 at 18:59
  • @Steve-O I'm fine with any really. – CBredlow Jan 28 '18 at 19:00
  • I don't see any point excluding a few specific examples. Answers will be better if they have all of them. – OrangeDog Oct 9 '19 at 16:29
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Some examples follow.

Blue Dragonflight:

Bronze Dragonflight:

  • Eternos takes the shape of a gnome.
  • Kairozdormu took both the shape of an Blood Elf and the shape of an Orc, on different moments.
  • Chromie took the form of a gnome.

Red Dragonflight:

  • Acridostrasz took the shape of an Blood elf and the shape of an Orc on different moments.
  • Rheastrasza took the shape of a goblin.

Black Dragonflight:

  • Why are most these dragons going around as gnomes specifically? – Harabeck Oct 7 '19 at 18:45
  • @Harabeck To be honest, it seems to boil down to personal preference of each dragon. There doesn't seem to be a "need" for them to pick this or that race when changing into an humanoid shape. I think it isn't any difference from a player choosing to play as Gnome on WoW, in the end. – T. Sar - Reinstate Monica Oct 7 '19 at 18:58
  • @T.Sar maybe the players in WoW are really dragons? – CBredlow Oct 9 '19 at 16:31
  • @CBredlow If you go by people's RP profiles around the Blue Recluse, that wouldn't be far from the truth. – T. Sar - Reinstate Monica Oct 9 '19 at 16:53

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