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12-27-2010 @ 9:03AM
That video is absolutely amazing. I'd never seen them put together like that (and I dunno why, I never related the human dance to Saturday Night Fever).The biggest issue I have with certain races are their posture, especially the trolls, but also the orcs, tauren, and belves - talking males of each race. I still don't understand why trolls look the way they do when Zul'jin and a lot of the other trolls from WC2 are much more upright and with less prominent or without tusks at all.That being said, I have classes of all those races, so they aren't dealbreakers. The only real dealbreaker are substandard racial abilities. Trolls, orcs, and goblins have amazing racials, whereas tauren and forsaken really get the shaft on racials (with belves being in the middle for casters with their racial). It's pretty lame IMO when you see a top guild and all of their dps spellcasters are trolls because of Berserking.
12-27-2010 @ 9:07AM
Sony hates my country, so I'll just take your word for it.
12-27-2010 @ 10:33AM
That's the wrong video... the male dwarves do a Russian dance and has nothing to do with Saturday Night Fever.However, mad props for mocking up the animations to match the dancer(s).I keep coming back to my troll, because he has the best idle.I won't play humans because of the proverbial stick.Overall, I like the male night elves, but I can't stand the Alliance starting quests. If I could just play a night elf and play it as a Horde, it would be a small cup of awesome sauce.
12-27-2010 @ 8:27PM
I second that Pyromelter. Kat, thanks very much for posting that YouTube link, and a massive thanks to whoever spent god only knows how long tracking down dance video for each race / gender and splicing them together.Seriously, how long must that have taken?PS. Who is the artist / song at approx 57 seconds? Is it hot in here? I may be in love...
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