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4-14-2011 @ 8:08PM
I have a level 85 lock and this to me seems silly. What's next female versions of all druid forms? Just exactly does a female imp/voidwalker/felguard look like? I like a lot of the changes they make and usually don't have anything negative to say about improvements but this just seems like a waste of time/resources. How about using the time and updating oh say old character models? Or bring Exodar/SMC up to speed? I know those would take a lot more time and effort but would you put paint on a house that is in need of repair?
4-14-2011 @ 8:27PM
You say that but for a lot of the ladies I know that play warlocks... the blatant sexuality of the succubus is kind of the point. A lot of guys may like to think that we are turned on by that sort of thing but... most straight ladies like to see male sexuality, frankly. I realize I'm speaking for others so, take it as you will. :) I WOULD like a druid form that isn't blatantly male. I like wildlife and I know a thing or two about animals and the mane on my female druid is sucktastic. Will all respect Noyou ;)
4-14-2011 @ 8:52PM
When the painter can't do the repairs needed, why not?
4-14-2011 @ 9:54PM
Point well taken Dreyja. But druids already have the most artwork done to them. Lets count. Boomkin, Feral cat, Bear, Tree, Manatee, ground travel and oh yeah 2 flight forms. Giving female druids a female cat form makes the most sense but then where does it stop? I am totally not against giving female players something to look at or gender equality but not at the sacrifice of ignoring other cosmetic aspect of the game. How about having some more decent options for female trolls? How about male gnomes? How about getting rid of that hairlip for human males? We could easily go down the list and I'm sure everyone who plays a certain race would like to have things done with them. I just think this is very poor prioritizing on their part. Downrank me all you need.
4-14-2011 @ 10:04PM
Ahh. I hear ya there Noyou. If you look at it from that direction, I totally understand.
4-14-2011 @ 10:18PM
@Dreyja: Speaking as a non-straight lady, I would like to point out that not all of us are into that either. Contrary to popular misconception (and thousands of late night Cinemax flicks), ladies who dig ladies are not attracted to women in exactly the same way dudes who dig ladies are.IMO, as hypersexual cheesecakey WoW models go, shivarra are WAY hotter than succubi, thank you.
4-14-2011 @ 10:22PM
@ Kylenne: I just looked up what a shivarra is, and I'd rather my warlock have one of those than a succubus any day. Here's hoping.
@Kylenne - Honestly good to hear. I've thought that was the case but I'd not presume to speak for others, when it comes to that. :) Yeah. I think that a change/choice when it comes to these models would be good for just about everyone.
4-15-2011 @ 5:11PM
Honestly, the Shivarra would probably be a good fit for the "female" Felguard.
4-18-2011 @ 4:08AM
I agree wholeheartedly! why are we wasting time on sexual dimorphism who beings who may not even HAVE sexual dimorphism. seriously, why would an amorphous ball of pure void have distinct sexes? Or an animated pile of rock and demonic fire? i just don't buy that these thing have sexes full stop, let alone distinct sexes. they're demons, for crying out loud, not normal biological creatures.
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