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1-27-2010 @ 4:21PM
The mages and rogues look the best, followed by paladins. To bad paladins have the side shoulder blinders. I guess they don't need to look around. Why does the hunter helm look like it it was LeForge inspired with the huge blinder across the eyes? Are hunters going to be able to see minerals and infrared?
1-27-2010 @ 4:46PM
My pally's PvP shoulders just keep getting taller and taller and taller. :(
1-27-2010 @ 4:48PM
It's a hidden paladin nerf.
1-27-2010 @ 4:51PM
After seeing the Hunter helm I felt a sudden urge to watch 'The Fly.'
1-27-2010 @ 4:53PM
I was thinking about that, in regards to the hunter helm. I wonder if it blacks out your screen in the first person camera mode?
1-27-2010 @ 5:19PM
Is it only me that thinks of the Riftstalker tier set when I saw the hunter's PVP set?
1-27-2010 @ 5:30PM
It looks to me like Blizzard has officially jumped the shark on the whole "huge shoulders" thing with Paladin Season 8 shoulders. They've literally become just a huge wall on both sides of the head. Hopefully they get their Huge Shoulders thing out of their system after this, and start doing small ones that look good without being huge. It's not the size of the shoulders, it's the motion of the arms.
1-27-2010 @ 6:06PM
I wonder how they'll look in action. I know that my Furious Scaled Shoulders already look like they're chopping off my poor little head sometimes when I move in certain ways...
1-27-2010 @ 8:02PM
The lock set looks like it was made of 50% Awesome 49% Badass and 1% Chutney. Us paladins just can't get enough of the shoulders. Standard paladin regulation: Shoulderplates must either be extremely glowing or twice the size of your head - failure to keep to these regulations will force us to write a very angry letter to you.
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