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5-19-2011 @ 8:32AM
Most of the humanoid undead (not ghouls so much except their thighs, blegh). I've no problem with undead, but I wish I could make a forsaken without bones jutting out everywhere (especially the spines, shoulders and fingers.) Something like the Chinese models would be great, but (from what I could still see) without the heel bone exposed (though boots cover it up so not as big of a deal, just bein a bit nitpicky).On that note forsaken women scare me more though, oddly enough.I'd like to know why Sylvanas gets a supermodel body after it being locked away in a coffer in A'dal knows where, while every forsaken she raises automatically loses all that flesh.
5-19-2011 @ 8:33AM
Because Sylvanas was resurrected as a Banshee, then broke free of Arthas' control and found her body, repossessing it. No idea why her body hadn't rotted or wasn't even by an animal though.
5-19-2011 @ 9:33AM
Not to mention the fact that Sylvanas is smoking hot.Shinanji
5-19-2011 @ 10:29AM
Yeah Sylvanas was really only out of her body a short time, and probably has dark magics to make sure she's staying that way. Most of the Forsaken were buried or rotted for a fair while, or simple suffered from gooey wear and tear.But I agree very much that the Forsaken are creepy. I love them as a race, but they produce so many reactions within me: Fear, sadness, admiration, despair...
5-19-2011 @ 10:47AM
The bones is exactly why I don't have any undead characters
5-19-2011 @ 1:08PM
Might be because forsaken were former humans and Sylvanas was a high-elf. Maybe there's a relationship between lifespan and decomposition rates in races?
5-19-2011 @ 4:23PM
Undead is the one race I could never play. I rolled one once, got the first quest where you're supposed to go kill a bunch of zombies as a zombie...and was like, "No. Too many zombies." and deleted that character right then and there.
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