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8-08-2011 @ 1:06AM
"character silhouette is incredibly important to the PvP experience and their design philosophy"Honestly the times I've pvped I have had no trouble finding the people i needed to fight... so this idea is outdated and stupid. They're the ones attacking you read name bars above their heads trying to kill you. I do not understand why Blizzaed keeps saying that. Also I've been all for races on both side of the alliance horde war since vanilla wow. goblins would have been the perfect race to start this off with since their neutral nature of going with both sides to make a profit. pandas and other races who are more neutral could just as easily fit into this. blizzard need to check their player base again and see if they use this silly "silhouette" business to figure out if they need to attack another player. ther ehas never been a question as to who I had to attack honestly. and ive been of the type that has attacked my own kind in the gurupashi arena to get that treasure chest."A Monk hero class seems likely"We could give it the trees of brewmaster, runemaster, and then something else that i cannot think of at this time.would be an energy or focus based classbrewmaster: tank.runemaster: dps.and then a heal spec make it well rounded one of each and they would all be at max a leather wearing class as leather is flesh and you can tattoo flesh which would work for a runemasterwith tatoos all over his body thath e had to activate or whatever.
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