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11-11-2010 @ 4:02PM
But we'll still have our infamous fuschia stretchpants and crazy hats during 60-70!
11-11-2010 @ 4:10PM
Well duh, what else did people where in the 60's?
11-11-2010 @ 4:43PM
I'd say ugly as a roadkill moose gearing in Outland is an integral part of leveling in Outland.I for one wouldn't want to level without it, it's part of the charm :)
11-11-2010 @ 4:48PM
11-12-2010 @ 9:13AM
My female human lock went from 60-70 in a bustier and thong. Fortunately, in Northrend, she got some pants.
11-11-2010 @ 5:32PM
Clownsuits in the old world were never quite as bad as the ones you get in Outland.some of that gear is just ridiculous.
11-11-2010 @ 6:13PM
My only problem is that these sets aren't really that iconic or eyecatching (say what you like about the clown suits but they certainly grab the eye), but I guess they are just quest rewards. It would be nice if dungeons in a level ranged dropped a "dungeon" set of the various armor classes. I remember having a full set of SM gear at 35-45 which was extremely pimp. And it's not as if there aren't resources to make nice sets of matching armor, I've done as much by collecting green items.And at least the clown suit will remain in outland.
11-11-2010 @ 6:21PM
I should add thishttp://art.penny-arcade.com/photos/238356799_jy85z-L-2.jpg
11-11-2010 @ 7:29PM
Jeff, I was thinking of that EXACT comic when I read your first comment. The last one just provided a handy link. Thanks. I will never get the picture of that "belt buckle" out of my mind, again....
11-11-2010 @ 8:04PM
And have you seen the Isle of QS badge gear? Oh my god. Its like we stepped into a disco-fever feather boa-infested nightmare.
11-11-2010 @ 11:34PM
Just like in the real world, 60 to 70 is an era where we just want to leave the clothes behind us.
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