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4-15-2011 @ 12:42AM
@jealouspirate Actually, yes! That being said, we are talking about transformations that match the environment. There are a FEW male-cat models that are mane-less but not many.If a druid is transforming into a cat that is similar to one of the creatures they bonded to, then a female version shouldn't be too much to ask. Showing that a female Gilnean... has a "mane" is NOT a good example, given that the canines they are mimicking don't have the same dimorphic "mane." The precedent lies with their animal friends, in many cases.
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