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3-22-2009 @ 4:11PM
What I don't get is why we are unable to paint, dye etc gear to make it a different color(would also make you able to get at least gear colors same). I mean you were able to do that in other older MMORPGs Are we supposed to believe that Blizz has never thought of this, or that is it a huge undertaking? Seems like laziness from my perspective.
3-22-2009 @ 4:18PM
I'm sure if they tried that we'd see tons of wankers running around in entirely black armor. I'd be worse then it is right now.
3-22-2009 @ 4:34PM
@ SaintStryfeYeah, so what? The rest of us will look better because of it :D
3-22-2009 @ 4:58PM
@Styvorama - I agree (except for the the laziness comment). Being able to dye gear would be a great addition to the game. Maybe give the recipes to Alchemists (or Cooks, if you're that way inclined :-) ).
3-22-2009 @ 8:51PM
I have heard that blizzard doesn't want players to be able to change what items look like, because it would be too hard to look at a character and know how well geared they are...So, you can't chose to make your gear all match because then people won't know what you're wearing...Instead Blizzard decided to make most items will look alike, so you will match...But that makes it hard to tell at a glance which gear you have...Oh well.
3-25-2009 @ 12:05PM
Maybe laziness was a bit harsh, it just seems like an easy add on. I don't think it matters if you can know if someone is geared at a glance. You can always inspect, and if they are on the opposing faction you should not be able to determine that info, kinda takes the fun outta it. Allows PVP vets to play pick out the noob in the crappy gear. Anyways, just thought it would be cool, the game is an RPG game, and diversity if a core part of any RPG.Also, lets talk about hunter pets. We should be able to get some silly hats for them to wear. All I'm saying is I want a gorilla in a small top hat with cymbals.
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