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6-22-2008 @ 6:11AM
I don't understand the outfit comment. Doesn't Outfitter do this for us already?With regards to customisation though, just furthers my belief that SWG was ahead of it's time.
6-22-2008 @ 6:46AM
The idea with outfits is that you could have an "Outfit" layer to your gear that would be your appearance no matter what gear you really had on. So say, for example, you really like the look of Defias Leather. You could put a full set of Defias Leather on your "Outfit" layer and get that look, even if you were actually wearing full Tier 6.
6-22-2008 @ 7:22AM
Ahh... gotcha. Not sure I like that idea myself..
6-22-2008 @ 2:29PM
Yeah, I'm not sure I like the outfit idea either. On old console games, I remember my character looking the same no matter gear I had on. I always thought it was sort of cheap and annoying, in a way. WOW is cool because one's appearance changes with the gear, like one would expect. I think it was one of the many things that sold me on the game. It makes me look forward to improving my gear. :)On the other hand, I do know a bit about unique character design. When I see everyone running around in S1/T4 or S2/T5, or even S3/T6 gear in Shattrath, everyone starts looking alike. There's that urge to want to keep *something* unique about your character, so you'll stand out from the crowd.
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