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1-11-2010 @ 9:59PM
I wish WoW had a crafting system where you could use a dye on any equipment to change it's color, like old school Baldurs Gate.
1-11-2010 @ 11:19PM
But then we couldn't tell gear apart!
1-11-2010 @ 11:25PM
But, Hoggersbud, you could still run Gearscore and inspect like you're doing now :)
1-12-2010 @ 2:35AM
I just want 1 thing customisation wise.If Blizz don't want us getting our hand on armour model recrafts like in aion, which I don't really want anyway, I don't even wan't armour dyes.I want a tailoring ability to change the model of cloth robes to a tunic, and back again.It could cost an average amount of mats probably roughly akin to 20g.It could work like an enchant that didn't show up in text.You would put your cloth chest armour (or mail, plate or leather aswell ;) in the "Will not be traded slot, the tailor would click the "Trim armour" enchant (Or "Lengthen armour" for tunics) click the armour, a short cast time takes place, the mats are consumed and BANG!Your robe is now a tunic! (Or vice-versa)I would love this as tunics with your like armour showing make more sense and look better or some races/classes and with some armour textures, while still leaving the "Wizard" look so we don't have a repeat of the Mage tier 8 complaints.Also, robe wearer riding a Dragonhawk, nuff' said.
1-12-2010 @ 9:55AM
I just want tabards to not get cut off by robes anymore. 8/
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