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6-10-2008 @ 10:48AM
So far, everyone is assuming that the barbershop in WotLK lets us change between the haircuts and dances that are already in the game. I'm really hoping that we get access to NEW haircuts. If you stand around in Org or SW and toon-watch you'll see that some races/genders only have one or two viable haircuts. There is only one female Troll haircut that isn't lame (the big Mohawk one) and 75% of all gnome females have pigtails. If there aren't new haircuts there might be some minor shifting back and forth but generally the homogeneity will remain, simply because the other haircut options will still suck.And the same thing for dances: my Orc will be able to do the Peanutbutter-Jelly Time and my Tauren will be able to do the MC Hammer? 30 seconds of mild interest, then back to ho-hum bland.If we don't get NEW stuff in the expansion, then new hair/dances gets filed under LAME.
6-10-2008 @ 11:45AM
Yeah, it's one of the quirky things about this game where you think something looks good and that you're a snowflake... only to find out that you're unique like everyone else.I rolled a female blood elf rogue - for the stealth animation ;) Took the short haircut (you know, the ONE) with red hair. I'd say that even though 99% of blood elves do not have the same hair as I do, when I do see one they ALWAYS have red hair! I've seen black twice. While some may think it's odd to notice, the simple fact is that the haircut is so rare that you always do notice the color...I also have an undead priest girl. There are two faces that aren't totally zombified, and one fair haircut. Sadly about half (exaggerating) of the undead females are a combination of two faces and one haircut on my server.Dancing isn't a big deal to me (unless I can do the haka, I'd be pretty stoked then), however I wonder if I use savory deviate delights to turn into a ninja/pirate, what dance will I do - learned, or default?
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