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6-28-2009 @ 2:44PM
Thanks very much for the nice video! I am *so happy* the forms look so nice.Here's a question for you...I copied my druid to the PTR and found a very funny glitch with cat form. When I attacked a creature (boars and scorpions outside Org), my equipped weapon appeared attached to my front paw! And it remained visible even once I was out of combat. Hilarious, it looked like I was whacking the mob with my staff when fighting, and afterward it just... stuck to my foot.I can shift to another form and back to cat, and the weapon is still visible (in cat form only).I can change my equipped weapon, and the new weapon takes the place of the old.I can run/jump around, and the staff remains stuck to my foot. Awesome.Pretty ridiculous looking! Here are some screenshots (they're uploaded to my wow.come profile gallery):http://profile.wow.com/user/lynxr/galleries/aol:games:wow:gallery:2398/aol:games:wow:gallery:2398:photo:6907/#photohttp://profile.wow.com/user/lynxr/galleries/aol:games:wow:gallery:2398/aol:games:wow:gallery:2398:photo:6908/#photoHave you experienced this? Has anyone else? I submitted a glitch report about it to Blizz several days ago, but I logged in today and it definitely hasn't been fixed yet. :)
6-28-2009 @ 3:01PM
Yup! Unfortunately it's a known issue with the new cat forms and kind of a funny one at that. I actually have a clip sitting around from a heroic Shattered Halls because I wanted to show people what the new forms look like in combat (wound up discarding it, it was just too dark to be worth much) and you can see the little weapon bug all the time. Blizzard does know about it though, and they're working on it.
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