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WoW developers continue to adjust inappropriate content in World of Warcraft. This time it hits the NPC Gortsch the Corpse Painter, the quest around Maximilian of Nordhain (Maidens are for rescuing) and a passage in the quest The Day Deathwing Came: What Really Happened.
Maidens are for Saving is one of several quests in which the Don Quixote-inspired paladin Maximillian of Nordhain goes on a crusade to rescue damsels in distress, fight dragons, and defeat the mother of all devil dinosaurs in the Un'Goro Crater. Despite his chivalrous intentions, however, many of his quests go awry: he "saves" a damsel from her own parrot, accidentally pushes another to her death, and mistakes a third for a male blood elf.
To the article: Who is this strange Maximillian of Nordhain, anyway?
The "Maidens" have already been renamed to "Dwellers" in an earlier round of changes. The quests have now been updated to reflect that the victims of Maximillian's kindness are no longer called virgins or maidens, and the male blood elf is no longer mistaken for a woman or his misplaced box is referred to as a purse.
Changed dialogs (above = old, below = new)
WoW Patch 9.1.5: No more hot "babes" and virgins (2) Source: buffed The Day Deathwing Came: What Really Happened is another strange Cataclysm quest in which several drunks argue over who saved the Wasteland from Deathwing. The version, narrated by Martek the Banished, begins with him deciding which suitor to save with his flying motorcycle before challenging Deathwing to a knife fight. Along with last week's updates, which also changed a corresponding line of dialogue, his fans are no longer referred to as "baby" or "hot babes" in the quest.
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