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Could mogu breeders be smallish non-sentient creatures that merely provide a container for growing a new mogu, like certain wasps use caterpillars to nurture their young? The larval wasps use the living caterpillar as a source of nutrition until it dies, and then they emerge as adults. The caterpillar contributes no DNA or equivalent; it’s merely food, literally eaten from the inside.
I haven’t done any of this content yet, so my idea may be way off. Nevertheless, I see no reason to get hung up on our real life planet’s pattern of breeding that requires two sexes (or a hermaphroditic arrangement) in the higher life forms. Life on Azeroth has completely different origins; that two sexes emerged from the original non-fleshly creatures made by the Titans seems a bit unlikely, actually . . . notwithstanding the evidence all around us in (almost? ;o)) every race.
03/21/2013 09:03 AMPosted by Rinakihttp://www.wowpedia.org/Trial_of_the_King#Shared
Oooh, this is a good find. So the mogu are insulting each other's mothers, which implies they might have females at first glance. That's no fun, though, so let's put on our tinfoil hats and dig deeper. The mogu probably don't speak common (no time to learn it, and they'd be far too arrogant to speak a 'lower' tongue), so chances are what they say is just magical translation of some sort (Azerothian babel fish, if you will). Perhaps "mother" was merely the closest word to "birth-parent" and was used for convenience.
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