World of Warcraft: Folk and Fairy Tales of Azeroth will be rele


  • Blizzard’s World of Warcraft excerpt Folk and Fairy Tales of Azeroth will be released later this month on May 25. The title of this book is World of Warcraft: Folk and Fairy Tales of Azeroth. This book reveals that Chromie NPC is a transgender person and uses she/her in the book. The book also contains short stories that have been widely disseminated worldwide in massively multiplayer online role-playing games. If you are interested in these stories, you can buy a book of Folk and Fairy Tales of Azeroth. By the way, https://www.mmowts.com/tbc-classic-gold is providing high-quality and safe game currency, welcome to visit!

    Chromie first appeared in the game in 2004 as a bronze dragon that travels through time and space. During the Visage Day ceremony, she chose the form of a female dwarf to interact with the mortals in the game. As a bronze dragon, her name is Chronormu, which is considered a male name due to the use of the "ormu" suffix, while the name of a female bronze dragon usually ends with the "ormi" suffix. Chromie is a fixed device in the game, it appears in many expansions of World of Warcraft, can provide players with tasks, and is also a playable character in Blizzard's now obsolete MOBA and Heroes of The Storm.

    As reported by PCGamesN, fans who have received Blizzard’s upcoming release of Folk and Fairy Tales of Azeroth discovered that Chromie’s preferred pronoun was officially revealed in the story called “Visage Day”. In the story, Chromie chose her mortal form in one of her coming-of-age rituals, Visge Day, and she chose the form of a female dwarf. After choosing the disguise of a mortal, Chromie was asked why she chose to be a woman in particular, which she thought suits her well.

    Fans quickly went to Twitter to ask the protagonist of World of Warcraft's narrative and the author of the story, Steve Danuser, to further clarify Chromie's gender identity. Since Chromie has the form of a mortal and a dragon, fans are eager to know if she is considered to be gender fluid. The male is a bronze dragon and the female is a mortal. Fortunately, Danuser cleared it for fans and pointed out that the use of pronouns in Chromie’s story was deliberate, and “before the Visge Day ceremony, Chronormu was he/him. After that, she appeared in the form of a mortal and a dragon. "Although the upcoming book finally confirms that Chromie is a transgender, she is certainly not the first person in the game, and the famous NPC Pelagos in the Shadowlands expansion revealed that it is a transgender when the Classic TBC Gold expansion is released in 2020.

    Although the "World of Warcraft" community has made a lot of speculations about Chromie's gender identity in the past, Blizzard has not confirmed this until now. This will surely be a welcome revelation, because fans can finally put down their own theories and confusion Up. Although Blizzard has confirmed that Chromie is indeed transgender for nearly 17 years, her story is another welcome step towards achieving more diversity and LGBTQ+ representation in video games.

    In the past, the World of Warcraft community has made a lot of speculations about Chromie's gender, but Blizzard has not confirmed it. Now, in the upcoming World of Warcraft: Folk and Fairy Tales of Azeroth, Blizzard finally admitted that Chromie's gender is female. Although Blizzard has confirmed that Chromie is indeed transgender for nearly 17 years, her story has brought video games closer to achieving more diversity and LGBTQ+ representation, and has solved the doubts that players have always been.