World of Warcraft is one of the older NPCs. A new short story reveals that Chromie is a dwarf who travels through time. Its dragon-shaped Chronormu uses masculine pronouns and now uses her/her pronouns in all situations.
As part of an excerpt from Visage Day (the forthcoming Azeroth Folk Songs and Fairy Tales), Chromie chose her pronoun. Such a popular character was expressed clearly, normatively, and trans, and fans were excited about it and got in touch with Steve Danuser, the narrative director of World of Warcraft. Danuser confirms that the content is exactly the same as what was read, and encourages everyone to view the full text if possible.
"Throughout the story, the use of pronouns is deliberate. I encourage reading the whole story, not just excerpts," Danuser tweeted. "Before the Visage Day ceremony, Chronormu was him (him). After that, she appeared in the form of a mortal and a dragon." In the legend, Visage Day is a ritual, and the bronze dragon chooses its mortal form. The story is placed somewhere before the events of World of Warcraft. Another transgender character Pelagos was added to Shadowlands, which is a recent expansion, and Blizzard used this opportunity to discuss diversity as a continuing goal in the MMORPG game. Chief mission designer Johnny Cash (Johnny Cash) said last year: "We are very happy, but I will definitely see Shadowlands as a step in this journey, not a destination."
Chromie entered World of Warcraft almost from the very beginning, and was added in patch 1.2 at the end of 2004 before the fantasy game was released in Europe. She appeared in all major expansions and presided over time and space missions in Shadowlands.
Throughout the story, the use of pronouns is deliberate. I encourage reading the whole story, not just excerpts.
Before the Visage Day ceremony, Chronormu was him (him). After that, she/she appeared in the form of a mortal and a dragon.