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4-16-2010 @ 8:05AM
I'd love to see Thrall get a revamp. For such a major player in Cataclysm he really could use a much more highly detailed model
4-16-2010 @ 10:55AM
Agreed: Thrall needs some new IMBA armor! Garrosh is going to oust him based on fashion sense alone!
4-16-2010 @ 2:05PM
Thrall, most definitely, and I am saying this as a person who plays mostly alliance.Considering all the bad ass shaman armors they have made since Thralls first appearance the sky is the limit with how cool they could make him look.
4-16-2010 @ 5:49PM
But... Thrall needs to keep the armor he's wearing. Update the model, sure but you can't "put him in new IMBA armor" because his armor has great historical connotations to it- this is Orgrim Doomhammer's armor, it's important to Lore.
4-17-2010 @ 12:56AM
I like Thrall's armor. He is the only character left that is not a sell out to new gear that comes out like the rest of us.I think Cairne needs a better look. Actually in general Tauren models look terribad.If anything I am not worried about any faction leader updates I am more worried about character race remodels.The Tauren/undead/human need the most work. With the new Varian and Jaina models it seems like human models have hope.Now the Tauren face needs to stop looking like a square.(use more polygons lol)And the undead look more of a joke then threatening with the increased visuals in the game. I mean why do bones block armor? Why is it so important that I must show everyone my bones. Even to the limit of making holes on my robe to show bones.With undead I would like them to not be hunched anymore. An ability to hide my bones. And a more threatening face. And maybe a decent freaking racial that makes them useful again.
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