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5-23-2011 @ 12:43PM
Nevermind the key storage. Sort out some TABARD storage!
5-23-2011 @ 1:31PM
I get the feeling (ominous, you might say) that tabards will soon go the way of mounts and pets. (For those of you who didn't years ago, each mount and pet took up an item slot in bagspace.)I prophecize that we'll get a tabard menu by 4.3!
5-23-2011 @ 1:43PM
Why would that be ominous? A Tabard menu would be awesome!
5-23-2011 @ 2:02PM
I think they should set it up in our character screen with the stats, titles and gear manager. It's clean and easy!
5-23-2011 @ 2:54PM
@SorroI was playing on the OP's name.
5-23-2011 @ 3:05PM
I would also love an option to disable the tabard display in the UI.
5-23-2011 @ 4:00PM
@JackThat kind of defeats the purpose of a tabard.... You could always just not wear a tabard.I mean, by definition, a tabard really does in game what a tabard has always done in real life - make you a walking billboard advertising a faction's or guild's prowess. To turn it off would be to turn off championing a cause... which is taking it off... so...
5-23-2011 @ 5:10PM
@icepyro: Yeah, that's what a tabard in real life does, and to an extent what they do in-game, but since virtually every tabard that has been released in the past couple expansions now has a bonus effect on it (increasing rep, teleporting, etc.), people wear tabards not to show loyalty to any one faction but for the bonuses. I personally feel like if I'm not wearing a tabard I'm missing out, but I would like to be able to see just my armor sometimes and still get the bonuses. While some tabards look cool, I don't like the look of tabards in general: they just seem like they'd be annoying and get in the way. A "Show/Don't Show" check box like for helms and cloaks would be great. The only truly optional gear slot that you can say "if you don't like the way it looks, don't wear it" about is the shirt.
5-23-2011 @ 8:21PM
@icepyroExcept that Wrath added the functionality of earning rep depending on which tabard you are wearing.
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