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4-14-2011 @ 8:09PM
I'm afraid that Incubi models might be a bit traumatizing...Red skinned humanoid males in g-strings?
4-14-2011 @ 8:13PM
SOME female warlocks might argue that point. ;-p
4-14-2011 @ 9:09PM
I can't wait!
4-14-2011 @ 9:23PM
maybe this is a step to keep guys from playing females toons. +1 for blizz!If you have a chose on your demons gender... then how many male gnomes will have their incubi out?
4-14-2011 @ 9:26PM
You may say traumatizing, but that'd get me to play my warlock again!
4-14-2011 @ 10:20PM
Fanboy tears so delicious~OM NOM NOM
4-15-2011 @ 2:32AM
if it's good for he goose it's good for the g-string clad gander. Now the next time you roll you eyes at women complaining about scantily clad creatures in video games you will be able to feast your eyes on our diabolical go-go boys.
4-15-2011 @ 6:32AM
Sounds wonderful to me!Do you have any idea of just how hypocritical your comment is?
4-15-2011 @ 6:31AM
If I was a 'lock, I'd just stick with the Succubus, out of fear that the male model might whip his ass and gasp all the time...
4-15-2011 @ 6:50AM
Lads and Lasses, I was merely making the post for comedy's sake and for the mental picture of said humanoid male in a g-string...I actually think it's a great idea to let us pick the gender of demons, I'd love to see more customization options in WoW, such as:- Ability to change the hue on spells (Blue Fire for Mages? Fel Fire for Warlocks?);- Ability to pick more "feminine" Druid forms;- Changing the colour of one's armour to fit a general hue and thus avoid "clone" or "Clown suit" syndrome.I know I'd love to RP a female Warlock treating her Incubi servant like garbage and laughing about it.Also @Blancester:It's a ROLE-PLAYING game, you ARE NOT your character, therefore you may choose to write the story or play as whatever you wish, it's not harming anyone ;)
4-15-2011 @ 8:21AM
Incubus = Duke Nukem.Make it happen, Blizzard.
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