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3-27-2009 @ 10:05AM
As stated, the tabards make the midriff problem go away. The problem I had was in early Burning Crusade. The gear was awesome - unbelievable upgrades from what I was used to, but wearing the Wanderer's Stitched Trousers with a tunic (the leggings don't seem to cover up the thighs . . .) made my toon look a bit . . . skanky (my opinion anyway) so that when I went into town, I'd wear the Robe of the Archmage that I'd made for myself (before I realized that the Hellfire greens would easily replace it) so that she'd again, look like a dignified mage. :D I hung out with a Shadow Priest friend who had the male version of the new Outlands gear, which made him look a bit like a farmer - or at least something NOT like a scary, powerful Shadow Priest. I said we looked like "The Farmer and his Prostitute companion." I kept complaining (well, not TOO seriously as I LOVED the stats on all my new gear) about the look of my gear that my friend was actively looking for a ROBE that would be an upgrade for me.Still, those were fun times. :) I love that you can tell, even before looking at someone's level, that they are now playing in Hellfire Peninsula. :)
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