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4-09-2008 @ 5:24PM
I just want to know why all human males look like bodybuilders. Mages, warlocks, priests... if you're human, you apparently work out all the time. I guess magical tomes are really freaking heavy. Perhaps all mystical knowledge and theological treatises are printed on lead by Azerothian scholars.I like Tauren and Draenei the best, but I always play male characters, because I don't feel like getting hit on. Yes, I tried gnome and tauren females... still got hit on.
4-09-2008 @ 6:06PM
I often play female alts, and I have to say, while I've only been hit on once, the sheer joy of informing him that I was male in whisper and getting his horrified reaction completely made up for it.I highly recommend this strategy, and see no reason why only men should do it. Women, if you get hit on in WoW, whisper them that you're male. It works.
4-09-2008 @ 6:07PM
That's why my Warlock is a BE female - close to death skinny and pale like a Canadian arse in winter.
4-09-2008 @ 6:12PM
See my post further down - it should have appeared here as a comment about body building warlocks, not about being hit on - sry
4-09-2008 @ 8:28PM
I first started playing because a friend wanted to try an MMO. Her first multi-player game. Took about a week for her to get hit on, but by then she was confident in the game. Did a yell in SW, "[Name] just hit on a black sixty-four year old grandmother of seven!" It was true and boy did that guy log quickly when the laughter came rolling in. Still my favorite WoW moment by miles.
4-14-2008 @ 5:13AM
It's not that they look like body builders... take a closer look at their faces. All the human males look like they have been tortured since birth. Maybe they need a good multivitamin?
4-12-2008 @ 8:52PM
I think you once told me this: "Because of all the fire and destruction in Azeroth the locals are paranoid and make scrolls out of steel and lead".
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