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2-27-2010 @ 3:31AM
I wish they would fix the Human race in Cataclysm!How it should be:The Human race is supposed to be a multicultural underdog fending off savages!How it is:The "Human" race is nearly 99% Caucasian underdog fending off savages!How it should be:Some Humans are fat,skinny,built or average!How it is:All Human males take performance enhancing drugs and were almost casted for The Jersey Shore! All the Human females lack junk in the trunk and have watermelons shoved down their shirts!Honorable mention:Human Hairstyles speak to my first complaint why is that our choices are limited to looking like Goku or being bald? Where are the dreads? Where are the mohawks? WTB nightelf afro!In closing:Humans aren't a reskin of Bloodelves! Humans are diverse race trying to survive in a war torn world! atleast thats how it should be.
2-27-2010 @ 7:03AM
The humans of Wow are all from Northern Eastern Kingdoms. It's a pretty small area. It's surprising they have any ethnic diversity at all (perhaps people with a black skin tone in Wow have a random skin mutation which would explain why they retain caucasian facial characteristics). Also, why do you think the Humans are the underdogs? My view would be that most of the races of the Horde fit that role better, after all the Humans beat the Orcs.
2-27-2010 @ 11:41AM
"All the Human females lack junk in the trunk and have watermelons shoved down their shirts!"Watermelons? Really? Have you ever seen a watermelon? They're pretty damn big. The human females currently in the game have pretty average sized breasts.
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