I'm a huge wikipedia junkie. Huge. I'll often wikipedia something I come across on TV or a movie or whatever just to learn more about it. Then it becomes a series of never ending clicks to a new wiki page, and another one, and another one...
Have you ever really explored wowwiki? I was on wowwiki a while back and a series of following several links led me to a page on sexuality in WoW. Intrigued?
Some of the lore information I found on this page was kind of interesting:
- "In Duskwood, a pregnancy — human, elven, or dwarven — has not been carried to term in two years".
- "Interacial breeding is generally frowned upon by human and elven society. Half-elves usually suffer bigotry from both their elven and human parents. The elven parents often abandon their children".
- "Night elves do not traditionally marry, but they do take companions for life".
- "Wildhammer dwarves only have a single holiday each year in which all the marriages are performed. It is one of the three community rituals held per year (the other two are for births and deaths respectively). Wildhammer dwarves commonly marry someone from their same birth year".
As a night elf, I found this paragraph quite interesting:
- "Prior to the conclusion of the Third War, night elf society was sharply divided by gender, with the vast majority of men being druids and most women serving as warriors, priestesses, or a combination thereof. There were a few deviations, obviously- males with no aptitude for druidism trained in the arts of war, and females with exceptional druidic gifts were trained, but these gender roles more or less defined the culture of the kaldorei for ten thousand years. In the years since Archimonde's death, this gender division appears to have eased somewhat, and more women have taken up the mantle of the druids, just as men have begun to choose the path of war or dedicate themselves to Elune."
Anyways, check out the wowwiki link. There are some other tidbits from lore that were interesting.