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12-27-2010 @ 8:19AM
I've been a Tauren person since day one. They can be both peaceful alli and a dangerous foe. You'd be crazy to mess with one (unless you had poisoned weapons of course).RIP Cairne.
12-27-2010 @ 9:39AM
the one thing that annoys me about tauren is their size, add the kodo mount and the undercity (my favorite horde city) becomes my own personal hell. Thank goodness for travel/cat forms.
12-27-2010 @ 12:59PM
Exactly the reason I love the Tauren. Plus they're huge and intimidating.
12-27-2010 @ 11:43AM
The mechano-hog makes them short enough to get about anywhere. It also makes everyone short enough to be considered swimming in the moats while other mounts run across like it's not liquid D=I personally like and hate the size depending on where I am and what I'm doing. Usually it's okay, then I find the weird corner where the camera can't figure out what to do. So, yeah, just a hair smaller and the world would be perfect.Also, after all the times Blizz said they wanted racial personalities that were not current pop culture or too sexualized or whatever, I have to say everything they did with Worgen is just horrid and much of the other Alliance races annoy me in some way other than the fact I play Horde. I just can't seem to stick with any Alliance I make. Well except a male dwarf hunter. They are unnaturally awesome.
12-27-2010 @ 3:31PM
@Boots: I hate that too, but I have a spare block on my mount bar for one of the orcs' wolf mounts just for low overheads. My huntress actually likes her swift brown wolf, after she had to make a deal with the trainer to get the biggest one they had (as she has to do with every mount vendor; the XXL hawkstrider was a feat in itself).
12-27-2010 @ 5:18PM
I play alliance, but whenever I start contemplating the the other side I'm always drawn to the Tauren. They're so nice most of the time and have super fun dances (without being over the top about it), but if you piss them off they're easily the most terrifying thing you can come across (except perhaps a dwarf chick with those pigtails that go nuts when they cast).
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