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5-08-2010 @ 8:02PM
Oh dear. She's ugly.I hate anything with hooves and she sits down like her legs are 5 times too long for her.Still, I guess she fits in, on the scale of things...Nice find, thanks! :)
5-08-2010 @ 8:09PM
is it just me or she's VERY reminiscent of the female draenei model?
5-08-2010 @ 8:12PM
Many of the animations are placeholders from the female draenei model, yes, but they're not likely to stay that way for long. I suspect the female draenei is simply the most analogous model for another digitigrade species.
Very... looks like a big fat ugly collision between the Fem Troll, Orc and Draenei walk..Still, it's not unheard of for Blizzard to merge two models and their respective animations..Remember the new Druid bears... Regular bear with an Amani Warbear Ass, iirc.Oh well, things are shaping up nicely... I guess we can't expect everything to be perfect...And let's face it... Dwarven Shamen > All!
5-08-2010 @ 8:18PM
She is ugly because the female Worgens dont have ANY textures yet, the texture on the 2nd video is taken directly from the Male version and mapped onto the female body. The face is literally the male face.
5-08-2010 @ 8:44PM
Jez, don't whine, it's boring. And too predictable..
5-08-2010 @ 10:34PM
Some of the animations that clearly aren't the Draenei ones look very...feline. Very nice. I like.
5-09-2010 @ 1:16AM
It definitely looks like they'll be getting jackal shaped heads, though. The males have a thicker looking head, but with looking sleeker like this, you'll look right at home in Uldum gear.
5-09-2010 @ 6:33AM
She is absolutely beautiful - your imagination is ugly. Take a look.http://www.elfwood.com/~galatea/Egyptian-wolf-mage.2758244.html
5-09-2010 @ 3:09PM
i beg to differ, i think she's really pretty./want x_x
5-10-2010 @ 11:43AM
@Gothia- linking furry art did nothing to justify your opinion. Urgh.
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