WoW: Dragonflight’s Dracthyr are more evidence that RPG players just want to make characters

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For as long as World of Warcraft has existed, players have been asking Blizzard for the opportunity to play as dragons, bipedal or otherwise. There are still forum posts and interviews as old as 2009 (opens in new tab) with discussions about how to get playable dragons into the game. WoW’s newest expansion, Dragonflight, has finally given the gift of a highly-customizable, playable dragon race and players are naturally spending hours making them.

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