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6-05-2009 @ 10:42AM
If Blizzard wanted to make people really, really happy then they would make it so we can customize each form independently and give them a gender look simple by using Jewelry and color options. I was thinking for Tauren they could change the horns and make them turn down or make them smaller for females. Female jewelry should be female looking kind of like the chocker the NE Cat is currently wearing now and male should be rugged (think about how Tier 6 looked, tribal with bones). Also I think face and shoulder marking colors could enhance this too. Simply lock down jewelry and color options based on the sex of the character.Hopefully Blizzard will listen and make it so that each form is editable independently. I’m wondering if they did that because they couldn’t put a Bear or Cat in the Barber chair and thought it we can make it work just go off the humanoid forms colors. If that’s the case here’s an idea for you make a Druid Barber shop in Moonglade that lets you customize your Bear and Cat forms as well as future Tree and Moonkin forms. I’m always happy any time I have a reason to use Moonglade recall and what better reason then this!To make this work right you would need for people when they first log-on the day this is introduced to have the same look. I would try and make it as close to the original models as possible (by this I mean color wise and don’t add any jewelry). I imagine this would make many people happy. I know I love the color of my current NE cat and bear and possibly would be happy just to keep them like the original art. But more than likely I would be headed straight to Moonglade to pimp my forms out. However it would be nice to have a classic button at the Barber shop that puts you back to old school colors.If your reading this and you like what you are reading make sure to reply and say so post this idea on as many forums as you can get the word out and let’s make this happen!
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