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6-02-2009 @ 1:44PM
Re: all of the comments (both here and in the Bear thread) about form-color being tied to hair-color... doesn't it kinda make sense? I mean, you turn into a bear and the bear has your hair color? Bear in mind (ouch, bad pun) that druids aren't Odo from DS9, they can't just shift into whatever. Hell, they can't even shapeshift into someone with different hair - they go to the barber like everyone else.From an I-want-to-be-a-100%-unique-character perspective, sure, it's not that fun, but it puts you in the same boat as the rest of us who walk around in our T7 looking like everyone else in their T7.
6-02-2009 @ 1:53PM
While I am torn about the "logical" argument of tying skin to hair color, the comparison to Tier 7 just doesn't really pan out. For example, there are lots of level 80 affliction warlocks with tier 7, but they still have hair, skin color, gender and race to distinguish themselves, plus tabards and choosing to display helm or cloak. On top of all of that, there are a whole lot of level 80 affliction warlocks who don't have tier 7. Cat druids in form are either Tauren or Night Elf. That's IT.And yes, we can (and do) hang out in cities in our gear, but showing off is only half the complaint. The other half is that we have to stare at our characters in form while raiding and soloing and have been staring at the same exact graphics for up to four years.
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