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6-02-2009 @ 1:34PM
I don't know about them. Yes, they are a marked improvement on the old form IMO, but I still think they look kinda ugly. The face is very bovine and with the nosering just seems masculine. I'm sure I'm not the only Tauren female druid out there, and hopefully not the only one wishing we'd gotten a cat model that could be male or female, like a tiger or something.I'm kinda disappointed, overall. They hyped these up so much I was expecting something as cool as the bears, and I don't think they are much of an improvement. Makeup and jewelry doesn't make them unisex, or amazingly different.
6-02-2009 @ 3:09PM
I agree with you. I really do love the new models. I think they're much better than the old one. BUT they are still obviously male. Manes= male lion in the real world and in WoW. Remember the Savannah prowlers? I guess it's too hard to make a female or androgynous version? They couldn't even make the mane slightly less pronounced in one of them? IDK. I guess it's not really that important to most people, but I'm a girl who likes to play feminine looking characters. I always resented the fact that a female Tauren druid turns into a male when she hits cat form. This is why when I rerolled horde I couldn't make myself level another druid. I had a 70 NE druid at the time. I loved druids. I got to 20 on my Tauren druid and couldn't make myself keep going.I know. I'm shallow.
6-02-2009 @ 4:08PM
See, I'm a girl who wishes my female druid could get a nose ring. :( I have one IRL, it can be very feminine/cool.On that note, maybe the in-game cat models won't have a ring unless your character does. It wouldn't make much sense to get nose piercing everytime you switch forms. ;)
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