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4-09-2008 @ 5:12PM
I'm a gay male (so my aesthetics might be a tad different from the typical male and typical female), and my secondary main (if there's such a thing), my druid, is a female tauren because I know 90% of all tauren druids are going to be male, and I like to play a minority group. Heck, my third main is a female troll enhancement shaman (I'm the only lvl 70 female troll enh shaman on my server!)In short, there's not one single reason why one player decides to play a female tauren. It's all personal.I was thinking of making my tauren female all pretty and gussed up and all, but I created her after I've done research on the druid class, so considering I'll be spending 90% of my time in another shape, I just went ahead and made sure she didn't look horrendous when in tauren form and left it at that.
4-09-2008 @ 6:25PM
I also rolled a male blood elf when TBC came out, thinking that everyone's going to roll the oversexed female and being turned off by the femininity of the males. Boy I was wrong.Quite off-topic, but here's my farmer tauren druid, my cash cow (excuse the bad pun) in a group with 4 other horde female characters, one from each horde race. I've never been in an all-female group since.http://img241.imageshack.us/img241/7229/wowscrnshot091607003629lk5.jpgJust felt the urge to share the variety of characters we have in the game.
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