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7-04-2009 @ 3:07PM
That's pretty dang cool. However, I would be very very surprised if hunters are allowed to keep these. The wolves were at least pet-like, and they ended up introducing other spirit pets later. Worgen, on the other hand, are supposed to be humanoids.
7-05-2009 @ 4:54PM
Although they can be skinned, unlike other humanoid mobs. That's something I've found a dash unsettling.
7-05-2009 @ 4:58PM
Very true. And yeah, creepy.
7-06-2009 @ 12:07AM
Yeti are also listed as humanoid, and can be skinned as well. An interesting aside (that I haven't verified) is that skinnable humanoids don't drop cloth.
7-06-2009 @ 9:04AM
@Jurm: A quick look on wowhead says you're mostly right (but not completely - some worgen in Northrend drop cloth, and so do http://www.wowhead.com/?npc=1896). I never noticed that before.
7-06-2009 @ 5:38PM
What I want to know is why my hunter can skin him some naga and make a naga scale headpiece?
7-07-2009 @ 10:44AM
if they can make the worgen and yeti skinnable as humanoids, why not murlocs? man, I hate those things!. granted you can make murloc scale armor from the drops (altho a very low drop rate for thick murloc scales, in the time I tried to collect them for bracers, I've obtained way better) there are inconsistencies but whatever. the game is still fun as hell and despite all the bely-aching, people still play. kills me to see these folks who say they don't play anymore but seem to contribute to the forum about changes?WoW is still an awesome game. better than any home systems (PS, Wii, etc) cuz with this game, there is no end-game.. sure, you hit 80 but then you can continue on. Unlike say Resident Evil, you kill the end mob and you're done. WoW constantly evolves (and from looks of it, folks either love/hate those changes) and it just adds to the game experience for me.
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