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3-27-2011 @ 8:28PM
If half of Sinestra's face was scarred when she mated with Deathwing, why is her human form unscarred? I suspect it's because it would have been too much work for Blizzard to design a character model that would have been only used by one NPC and by that NPC only a couple times.
3-27-2011 @ 8:39PM
I'd guess that vanity could be a factor - she'd want to appear strong and beautiful to races she probably perceived as "lesser", and showing up all scarred and horrible wouldn't quite give the right impression.Granted, I know little about draconic shapeshifting, but if they can choose their forms, it makes sense that they can choose how those forms look.
3-27-2011 @ 8:46PM
In the "_____ of the Dragon" books, whenever she does appear in human form, she is burned as well.For whatever that's worth, but I would imagine that your reasoning is right, it really only seems like in Wrath and Cata do models really get obviously unique textures for mid level npc's
3-28-2011 @ 4:44AM
I'm not entirely sure if the human form has to mirror the Dragon's state. Otherwise how did Deathwing managed to masquerade as Daval Prestor and make him look healthy, when Deathwing's true form was burning mess barely held together by metal?
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