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10-03-2011 @ 4:11PM
Too many faces.
10-03-2011 @ 4:35PM
This set does a better job with shoulder faces than DK tier 11 did.I like the set, personally. I can believe that someone in Azeroth wearing that could be a healer, but it shows a darker side to healers, as opposed to showing them as a friend to all living things. Not everyone can be Mylune.Now, if there was a Plague Doctor set, I'd consider rolling priest just so I could heal in that.http://images.wikia.com/pathfinder/images/4/41/Plague_doctor.jpg
10-03-2011 @ 5:28PM
I don't like it, and once again the colouring is terrible for my Troll priest with green skin, that can't avoid having some of her face, and all of her toes shown off by any armour she's wearing. Hopefully the rest of the Tmog gear I want will drop soon.
10-03-2011 @ 6:05PM
@Katherine... color me confused. This set would appear to fit perfectly with the voodooism of trolls. It's all deep sunken faces and stuff... I can't imagine anything more "voodoo" like. Your priest is a troll, not a blood elf... but I think even the blood elf chicks would want the posh new t13, if even for just a season, it's this year's "trucker hat" fashion.
10-03-2011 @ 7:04PM
@ DeathPaladin http://www.wowhead.com/itemset=-86#screenshots:id=135503not a healer but...http://s3.amazonaws.com/kym-assets/photos/images/original/000/181/367/closeenough.png?1317606898
10-04-2011 @ 11:45AM
Personally I adore this Priest tier, it'll be a fantastic fit for shadow priests (my main for example...) and will lend an edge of menace to Holy and Disc priests, some of whom don't healer out of love or devotion to the light, but so that their "minions" can effectively kill the big bad. >:3 In a way it reminds me of Absolution and perhaps even Avatar.
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