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4-01-2008 @ 7:39PM
Definitely agree more customization is needed in a big way! I play both WoW and EQ2 and love the customization in EQ2 - you can really fine tune a toon's looks. I actually think EQ2 could go further but compared to WoW the customization is advanced.As for the 'overlay' cosmetic clothing - another big YES! Please Bliz consider that. I hate the clown/slut clothes my SP had to wear for about 10-20 levels as nothing matched and she looked like a streetwalker - ugh! EQ2's cosmetic allows you to wear something over you're stat fighting gear and as far as PvP on WoW - if I saw a troll in a pink dress riding towards me on his lvl 60 mount - I would assume he's geared underneath! Mouse over any toon and you know the level if they choose to hide their PvP gear well that's they're choice! I know I wouldn't as my PvP gear took a long time to get, but boy being able to slip on a level 1 anything over the clownsuit would be nice!As for titles - another big YES! It would be nice to have the recognition if you've reached exalted rep or completed a complicated chain of quests or maxed you're profession or talent line. I love my Crane Sensei title on my EQ2 monk and you can tell on inspecting someone by there title where they've spent their AA points and time often. Then add in a last name - yes you'll get many f'tard names, but lots of creatively funny ones and for the RP'ers why not?Come on WoW - borrow and steal and keep improving!!!
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