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3-27-2009 @ 9:38AM
I'm not sure how people can complain about chest pieces on females. You can ALWAYS cover everything on the upper body with a shirt. And in fact I'd say to some extent this is a nice feature because even if your skimpy chest piece doesn't match everything else, you can find a matching shirt and actually get a decent set look.Nearly all of my characters are female (as a guy), and I'm not the sort that has ever been particularly bothered by skimpy stuff. However it was really strange when I got my paladin close to 40 I went through the plate I had collected in anticipation to being able to equip it. I guess I hadn't really thought much about the "saltstone set" but this is literally a plate bikini. I just couldn't do that to her. So at 39 I ran battlegrounds and got the bg tabard (I'm not in a guild). With the tabard it wasn't so bad, a bit of leg showing there which was sexy but at least not showing nearly everything. Also I think everyone wears tabards now because that's seriously about the only way we can make our gear look different from everyone else.I sincerely wish Blizzard would let us turn some of that annoying junk off in the game. I can't roll melee forsaken because of the knees showing. No matter how uber my gear is, I'll always look like I just got run over by a fleet of buses. Troll feet is another annoyance - and in the wow model viewer you can actually see a troll with shoes on. They really do look better.
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