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7-20-2008 @ 4:19PM
utterly rediculous. I thought we getting back to the fantasy side of things. motorcycles are not even remotely appropriate for this setting.
7-20-2008 @ 4:28PM
I'm glad I'm not the only one who thinks so. Yes, its very cool looking but so not WoW-y.
7-20-2008 @ 4:51PM
i agree -- my first thought was "lame". but there are other non-fantasy machines in WoW, so i guess motorcycles would be all right. i DO agree they need to look more steampunky and cobbled-together. what wins me over is if other toons besides engineers could ride them (maybe exalted with someone?). entire guilds riding them as mounts would be *awesome*, i agree.
7-20-2008 @ 4:53PM
So WoW can have steam tanks, planes, Gyro-Choppers, robots, but no motorcycles? Your logic seems questionable.
7-20-2008 @ 6:02PM
I agree with Sym here.Tbh, I am also against the steam tanks, planes, gyrocopters, etc but at least they look like the first tank/plane/copter ever built.I guess it's more of a "fun" item like the disco ball, or the rocket mount ... I just hope we won't see too many of them or it could be really annoying.
7-20-2008 @ 8:20PM
QQ some more.This fits in fine with the steam-punk ethos of Engineering.if your going to complain about that, then complain about D.I.S.C.O. and everything else that's fun in the game.This isn't the real world. This is a high fantasy/steampunk/sci-fi mix. It always has been.
7-21-2008 @ 12:15PM
"So WoW can have steam tanks, planes, Gyro-Choppers, robots, but no motorcycles? Your logic seems questionable."QFT. Tolkien it ain't, but the Warcraft setting is well-known for incorporating all of the above ideas.
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