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1-19-2010 @ 8:53AM
My biggest wish is for them to fix some of the animations. I play a troll female main and I would kill for a graceful run that matches the tone of her other animations. They don't look like they could be stealthy under any circumstances, and I've only met one other troll female player that liked it (and that was for comedy value--the "lol she looks like she crapped her pants" type of comedy value).The animations of a lot of the other races are weird too. Human males running, human females swinging a two-hander...and can we do away with the breast flopping even while in full plate on female dwarves and undead? There's really just a lot of stuff that looks awkward or downright offputting that has nothing to do with the faces on the models, but would go a long way toward making characters look better.
1-19-2010 @ 9:23AM
Yes, I totally agree about the animations. The female troll looks so graceful on the loading screen and I was really in love with them until I rolled one. I couldn't get through a full level watching that running animation.The gnome models/animations could use a lot of help too. The lack of polygons is really obvious there. I'm not sure about the males but my female gnome has two sets of knees, one where her mid-thigh should be and another at mid-shin. When she jumps it looks like her legs pick up and move forward relative to her body, like they aren't actually connected under that robe. o_O
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