Gamemaster turns up in WoW as Vulpera Fox - Warm up discussion

Gamemaster turns up in WoW as Vulpera Fox - Warm up discussion

A Gamemaster from Blizzard’s MMORPG World of Warcraft has entered the game as Vulpera Fox, which is fueling speculation that the human-like foxes might become a new, playable nation.
Will the upcoming World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth add-on be the new one People of Vulpera entail? Dataminer have some time ago Hints found and fans suspect that this fox folk could beat the same score as the pandaren and be more neutral. A confirmation from Blizzard is of course still pending.

What does the fox do in WoW?
Now there is another indication that the Vulpera could be introduced as a new, playable people. The WoW gamemaster Hiddenscott entered the alpha server of the expansion as Vulpera. He was seen in Zuldazar, the capital of the Horde and of course he was directly on. Player Nicarao took directly a screenshot of it, which he published on Twitter.

– NicaraoGaming (@NicaraoGaming) April 13, 2018

Of course, there are several questions:
Are the Vulpera coming as a new people?
Do you belong to either side Alliance and Horde or are they neutral?
Was this all just a fun the GM has allowed?
What’s up with the fox breed?
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Everything just gaols?
According to Nicarao, Hiddenscott did not use spells or items to turn himself into a vulpera. But that does not mean that it could not be a kind of trolls anyway. Because Gamemaster have many possibilities to “manipulate” the game.
It could well be that Hiddenscott just missed his character the look of a Vulpera in order to troll the players.
There is nothing left for fans of WoW to do but wait until Blizzard confirms or denies rumors surrounding the Vulpera in World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth.
The WoW community has long speculated about the Vulpera as a new people in the MMO: And not everyone likes the idea.

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