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9-19-2011 @ 11:25PM
I have to say-- I don't necessarily understand the point of keeping people from 'Mogging stuff to look like Whites and Grays because "someone designed T7 and deserves to have their art seen".I mean... Didn't someone design Twill? Thick Leather? Rusted Chain?Some level-20 quest greens that are nothing but colored spandex for my legs are "artwork that deserves to be seen" but the awesome bagginess of the Battered Leather pants isn't?We'll see...
9-20-2011 @ 12:15AM
To use a reductio ad absurdum to support you, if the design of the T7 has a right to be seen, then any mogging done is a violation of that right and should not be done.
9-20-2011 @ 2:15AM
I agree! There is an Rp set of armor from northrend I really like, but noooooo its a white quality item... I hope they let us mogg rp armor.
9-20-2011 @ 7:40AM
This, also.Seriously, most of the vendors in the game sell white. It would actually give us a reason to travel around the world to collect white items from people. It would even give AH people a chance to go to that far-off locale to collect some white armor that no one ever wears, but can only be found in a little town in some small corner of the world. Like pets.But I can see the problem. White items probably have some coding in them which restricts all the fancy stat raising that non-white items use.So we just need to yell loud enough so that Blizz hires/assigns a coder to figure it out.
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