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11-12-2008 @ 7:20AM
I think it's because druids are staring at their (as it's put in the article) SOAPs all the time. If we're fighting, we're usually shifted, and so it's an aesthetic change more on the level with the haircuts that were recently implemented -- because it's something we're staring at all the time. Mages don't always have to sheep, and sometimes can't, in instances, and lockpicking is a matter of convenience, not looks. It's more of a comparison with if Blizzard had required glyph use to change your character's hair, piercings, etc. We just see animal ass more often than we see our hair, so, naturally, it's what we'd want to change.
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