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6-08-2009 @ 8:07AM
I am completely in love with the Tauren designs. Finally I can kick back in raids, and look at the bears and kitties without feeling that burning feeling in my eyes. The nelf ones were not all that bad, but seeing as the Tauren ones were the worst ones, it's natural that the change looks bigger on that side.Personally I'm not a druid, but I've been playing with the thought of leveling up an alt just for the looks. Because, well. Shapeshifted Taurens now look amazing.
6-08-2009 @ 11:53AM
personally, i think the forms look great. but that's not really the point is it? that's not what druids have been asking for - for four years. we wanted our placeholder travel and tauren aquatic forms replaced with whatever blizz originally had in mind for those. we wanted distinguishment between level 10/20 and max level, and distinguishment between crap gear and full tier. what we wanted was to not look the same all day every day no matter what.what we got was new models with color variations. some people like them and some people don't, but what is most upsetting is that with this announcement by blizzard is the message that they haven't heard anything we've been saying and now that people are saying 'hold on there a second,' blizz is telling us to shut up and like it.the difference between flight form and swift flight form is noticeable at a glance, the latter being more brightly colored and adorned with with some trinkets and armor. blizz told us that what we would get would be comparable, but i feel they either completely missed the point or just don't care.
6-08-2009 @ 1:33PM
Droods will be the hottest thing since Blood Elf females!Can’t wait to see the dances!!Gonna go level me one!!!...Seriously, is there no other topic to blog on that re-hashing 'new druid form' posts again and again and again?I mean, yeah, thanks for the drood love Blizz, and when I get around to it I’ll level my Tauren druid from 70 to 80, but in the meantime, will WoW.com bloggers please give it a rest already?!
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