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2-27-2009 @ 5:40PM
While I appreciate them working on new models, I'm hoping it's not just an across the board update to all druids. That gets us no better than where we are now.I'd MUCH rather see them give us choices (even if it's just "new" bear form or "old" bear form). Giving players choices on things like forms that have no impact on the gameplay itself is an easy way to create diversity without unbalancing gameplay.We aren't forced to all ride the same mounts, have the same eyes or hair, or wear the same armor sets. Why should all druids look the same in bear/cat/manatee?
2-27-2009 @ 5:44PM
You clearly don't play the version released in the USSR :D
2-27-2009 @ 5:51PM
I hope so, too. I really hope we're given -customization- choices, not just "hey we made a new model for each form, here you go!"
2-27-2009 @ 6:10PM
Worst thing is - if your playing with other druids in the same form it can get fecking confusing trying to figure out which is your toon! It sounds dumb but try playing A WG match with 5 other kitties attacking the same siege engine you are and you'll see what I mean :(
2-27-2009 @ 7:07PM
@ KakistocracyYou're mentioning a (country?) that just doesn't exist.I'm sure of it, I checked out in my atlas.Back to the Druid topic, I'm very happy that they're working on that. I don't play a druid myself, and one of the reasons is that they all look always the same when shapeshifted.I really hope Blizz gives Druids more choices of customization. (Without recurring to a glyph, if possible. even a minor glyph takes space that can be useful for other glyphs that affect class mechanics, and not just aesthetics. A min/max raider cannot afford to sacrifice spell utility for "looking cool").
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