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3-14-2008 @ 6:54AM
I can totally see RP servers stashing away neat clothing to roleplay in, but I'm on a PvP server and I'd love to do it as well. I just don't have space.My biggest problem right now is that my boyfriend and I have been farming 60 instances for the sake of gold, and in the process getting pieces from old raiding sets. And guess what. We've been keeping them. As a female orc I look darn good in the old stuff! So far I've got most/all of druid, shaman, mage, and priest sets. The latter two we argue over when pieces drop -- he's a warlock, so he can only wear the cloth stuff. And as much as this seems like a "girly" thing to do, he's actually got more "vanity clothes" than I do. In fact, half the time he'll dress up in something that's not his S3 gear, run around lowbie Alliance zones on his slow demon pony, and see how many little Allies actually attack him. The number of people who do is shocking, all because they either think he's a lowbie as well, or because they think they stand a chance when he's under-geared. So granted, he's got an extra reason to "dress up" at times, but he still has a habit of running around Shattrath/Orgrimmar/Undercity in his "street clothes."
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