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12-27-2010 @ 8:12AM
I like Worgen, don't get me wrong. But I could never play one for a prolonged period of time, what with their permanent case of the sniffles. Other than that, the racial voices can get on my nerves or make me love the race. Male Trolls and Dwarves are some of my favorite race/gender combos just because of the voice acting and emotes, whereas the male Draenei just sounds silly to me. And don't even get me started on the Goblin voices...
12-27-2010 @ 10:01AM
Heh... while I'm a total Hordie, I must admit that I can never listen to a male Dwarf laugh without laughing myself
12-27-2010 @ 7:23PM
I was really excited about playing a Worgen, particularly because I had some RL friends who play Alliance on a different server, and paying for a server change AND a faction change for my three characters would be a bit much. That said, I just can't take the worgen walking/running animation. My Worgen is not yet 20, so I can't say anything about the Running Wild ability, but they look so goofy and lopsided when they're just running around.Though I find that I really don't mind the sniffing. It just fades into the background for me; I can understand why some don't like it, but it just doesn't bother me.
12-27-2010 @ 8:02PM
Not too mention that when they laugh they sound like a real husky chicken with a cold. I played my Worgen Lock to 25 and went back to my mains.
12-28-2010 @ 12:49PM
I really wanted to like the Worgen, but the running motion makes me seasick, the constant hunching over, and two-handers protruding through the stiff capes, make it a no go after lvl 14.I play almost all Alliance, but have to admit ... Goblins are a absolute hoot !( I'm now the proud owner of 2, a male hunter ... because male Goblin just look wrong in a dress, and a sweet female warlock )
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