Jeweled Panthers are constructs, they are not living organisms. They cannot mate, they cannot have children.
I really don't know where you got that information from. Even the jeweled panther cubs are created by jewelcrafters. Can we seriously not start believing that constructs can have sex and give birth to smaller constructs, or that constructs somehow mature and become larger / aged with time please.
Aretain King (talk) 01:10, March 27, 2016 (UTC)
According to Blizzard "Anything can breed with everything because magic". So it's possible that Jeweled Panthers may be able to breed, though unlikely.
Source: Ask CDev: Round 4
- Do half-dwarves (i.e. human and dwarven parentage) exist?
- There are currently no half-dwarves in the lore, but anything is possible with magic!
Vannesira Smith (talk) 01:31, March 27, 2016 (UTC)
Okay no, that is completely unrelated.
That quote is talking about organic creatures, living creatures with flesh and blood and bodily fluids having children, which Blizzard has said is possible. So yes we can have half-dwarves, and half-tauren etc etc.
That is not possible with constructs, and I cannot believe you are defending this. Firstly, constructs (unless they are flesh golems) don't have bodily fluids. A stone construct is made out of exactly that, stone, it doesn't bleed, it doesn't salviate, it cannot ejaculate. A jeweled panther is created from jewels, they don't bleed, they don't salviate, they don't ejaculate. Second, they don't have organs (except for again flesh golems and the occasional mechanical construct like XT-001), because they're made of solid matter. They don't have lungs, they don't have brains. Sure a craftsman could create a Jeweled Panther with a phallus, but it isn't going to work, it's just going to sit there like a dildo. More importantly in the case of females, they don't have reproductive organs. Again, they're made out of solid matter.
But lets assume that somehow a particularily twisted craftsman decided to devote time and energy to creating these panthers with reproductive organs. When a female, regardless of species, gets pregnant, they expand as the child grows. Guess what a solid construct doesn't do? It doesn't expand, meaning unless that child remains really really small, it's going to get crushed by the non-expansive solid matter that its 'mother' is made out of.
Seriously use some common sense here.
Aretain King (talk) 01:45, March 27, 2016 (UTC)
That's the thing, the quote didn't say "Anything with flesh and blood" it said "anything". Don't get me wrong, I don't think that constructs should be able to reproduce, but with the application of magic, they might be able to.
Vannesira Smith (talk) 01:47, March 27, 2016 (UTC)