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3-22-2009 @ 5:02PM
"people complained in BC because even though there were items that were different, they were all mis-colored. it looked stupid."This is the key. Nobody cared that their gear was "mis-matched." What bothered us was that, even if we managed to match all our gear, it STILL looked stupid. The problem wasn't an inability to match gear, it's that it was just plain ugly. Pink chestpieces don't look any better with pink pants than they do with electric green pants.Blizzard could have very wasily created more models and simply stuck to a uniform color palette and achieved what we wanted: variety of look without looking like a clown. If we have 150 different helms that are all mixtures of black, gray, and brown, then we will always match, even if the models are different.I guess with all the money they invested into this expansion they didn't bother to spend a few bucks on a phone call to ANY CLOTHING DESIGNER ALIVE TODAY to find out if you could make things that look different match anyway.
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