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11-11-2010 @ 4:04PM
While these look great, I am not a fan of homogeneity. When everyone looks the same it gets boring. One of the coolest things to me has always been seeing a different piece of armor that looks cool and saying "I want". I realize that the bulk of the game now is made around end-game content, but there are those that do enjoy the 1-60 area and everyone looking the same will kind of suck.
11-11-2010 @ 4:08PM
That is true, but you are forgetting that these are from quest rewards only, people wearing gear from instances or from professions will make everyone different.
11-11-2010 @ 4:09PM
Just wait until Outland, then you can get all the "different armor" you want... all at once!http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll305/chaoswolf1982/WoWstuff/outlandclownsuit.jpg
11-11-2010 @ 4:19PM
Really isn't the goal of every raider for everyone to look the same? Ik am still waiting for WoW to introduce City of Heroes level of customization.
11-11-2010 @ 5:19PM
I lot of the current "poor looking" items are still in Cataclysm, such as the Mail trousers you get in every level 1-5 zone, so you can still get the mish-mash appearances.Also, there are more colour schemes for the item set's shown in the article. Mostly subtle, but personally, that's how I like green items anyway, they're not meant to standout.
11-11-2010 @ 5:21PM
Ametrine... I laughed for a good 30 seconds at your picture.
11-11-2010 @ 6:30PM
That orc does NOT lookamused.
11-11-2010 @ 6:35PM
Would you be?
11-11-2010 @ 7:14PM
@AmetrineMight want to not direct link to a public Photobucket with such embarrassing pictures... I didn't need to see that dwarf/halfling/halfelf trio.
11-11-2010 @ 7:24PM
He looks like he tried to merge with a Christmas tree...and then a rainbow threw up on him.
11-11-2010 @ 9:23PM
Ohh wow, Ametrine, that is...special...
11-12-2010 @ 6:20AM
That reminds me of the time I saw a male draenei, thought 'Hey! Cool headgear!', inspected him, and realized it was his face tentacles.
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