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3-28-2007 @ 2:32PM
The first time I rolled, I spent some time choosing my appearance carefully, played up to 17 or so, then was inspired by a few members of our tiny (now defunct) guild to try a hunter, since they were all having so much fun on them.I rolled a Tauren Hunter - expecting it to be a diversion and keep my Troll Rogue as my main, I randomed his appearance completely - and ended up sticking with him (today the hunter is my 70 main & the rogue is still only 18.)Later, when I rolled my druid, I played (as I do with all toons now) with different looks to get what I wanted and was surprised I hadn't chosen certain things for my hunter, until I remembered he was random.I regret this, as I wish my hunter had more of my own choices and personality built in, but I think this business of wanting to change looks is silliness, especially since most people who would do it would tend toward drastic changes.Even if you're not happy with what you have (either because it was random or because you've had second thoughts on things), stick with what you've got & who cares?...unless you're one of the orcs with the beard that grows through certain helmets xD
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