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8-17-2011 @ 2:53PM
Ah, but that's my point: it's true that Blizzard took a lot of flak for that because the majority of mages feel like a robe is the right look, but there were some people who loved it, and who'd been clamoring it. However, since everyone has to get the tier set to raid, in the past, they've had to make sure that the designs had the broadest appeal; that leads to a certain amount of blandness.But if Blizzard could simply say: "Yes, the new set has pants, but if you don't like them, just transmogrify a robe over them," then they can get away with making a set that caters more to a smaller group that just doesn't like what the majority likes.That's kind of what I was getting at: Blizzard could take more chances and make wilder decisions about the gear set designs if they knew that players who hated it didn't have to use the art.
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