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11-17-2007 @ 9:20AM
Allowing too-fine-grained customization is an entirely separate issue from allowing re-customization.To offer some perspective: Let's say when you bought WoW you had a horribly slow computer that could only play games at the lowest (color, texture) resolution. Picking a face didn't matter as much then because all the details were washed out anyhow. Then you upgraded. Now the ugly, squinty expression on your character that you couldn't really discern before is painfully obvious. It's not a huge deal; but, it's still ugly, and you still care enough about your avatar to want him/her to bad@ss without having to wear a helmet.I think Blizzard is dead wrong.
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