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9-13-2011 @ 1:12PM
I'm just glad we're back to dresses. I'm holding onto my tier 11 chest piece for dear life so I don't have to run around in pants.I can't make out some of the blue details, so here's hoping it looks good zoomed in.It reminds me of Tier 9. (which is my favorite)
9-13-2011 @ 1:37PM
It's kind of funny, I'm sort of the opposite. "Aw, man, it's going back to dresses!" lol. I just prefer the non-dressy look on my druid. Probably because my druid is a bear, and I can't escape the idea of tanking in a dress, even if I don't actually wear the dress in bear form. *shrug* But overall, this new tier set isn't bad.
9-13-2011 @ 1:47PM
Kar is a healer. So I can see why she likes it. I do too. The colors are pretty.And yay no weird tentacle duck face. >.>;;
9-13-2011 @ 2:08PM
I think it's kinda more a T5 (my personal fav druid set) redux, 'cept with glowy blue mushrooms instead of glowy purple flowers!
9-13-2011 @ 3:34PM
I think it makes sense that the druid gear sets have a more Restoration visual flair, and are better suited to healers, seeing as they're the only ones that actually see the gear these days.
9-13-2011 @ 3:48PM
@DraelanI play a troll druid. Wearing pants instead of a skirt draws attention to his skinny little legs, which makes me crack up whenever I look at him on the log-in screen.So, I welcome our leather skirt overlords!
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