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3-22-2009 @ 4:56PM
So, as the paying customer, what exactly DO we get to make our voices heard about?Just because they created the game doesn't mean they get to ignore their customers. Rather, it means exactly that, but it also means they have to live with the consequences. If it bothers people enough, they will just leave and stop paying.But that doesn't mean we shouldn't tell Blizzard what we don't like so they will know what they've done to drive people away. Obviously they have decided that more people like content than loot models, but I have a feeling they have underestimated the number of people who are attached to the look of their characters.Making things fit together is nice, having recolored versions of cool models is a nice touch. Having EVERY plate piece of armor that drops in a raid look identical is lazy.The recolored set pieces mentioned from TBC were SINGLE items that were tied to a certain class, e.g healing plate shoulders from SSC were a gray recolor of Pally T5. No one besides a pally would wear it, and it was the ONLY piece in teh game that looked like that. So far I have seen 4 plate hats from Ulduar that are all recolored DK T8, That's boring and lazy. If there were one recolored warrior, one recolored DK, and one Recolored Pally, along with a couple of new models, that would be interesting.Having some things be the same is interesting. Having EVERYTHING be the same is lazy, and Blizzard needs to hear that their paying customer base sees it as laziness and is thoroughly unimpressed.
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