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11-13-2011 @ 8:39AM
Priests and Paladins should always wear ~rainbow~ armour, and have wings with sparkles.Yes, that's right, SPARKLES.Druids should be covered head to toe with ~bright green leaves~ with antlers and feathers sticking out from their joints.HEAD & SHOULDERS, KNEES & TOES COVERED IN FEATHERS AND ANTLERS. And leaves. But mostly the other things.Mages should be a cone of ~magical magicness~ which causes them to float on a cloud of ~pretty, sparkly magic~ (THAT WILL BURN YOU IF YOU TOUCH IT ~FIRREEEE~)Warlocks should be covered in ~misshapen skulls~ with green glowy eyes and a necklace of demon horns.'cause they be HORNY.Warriors and Death Knights should ~drip blood~. Just, from everywhere. Leave a trail, like the Path of Cenarius only... bloodier.Hunters should clearly look like fur trader types. Unshaven, unwashed, and wearing animal pelts with no underwear.Because hunters are TOO EPIC FOR UNDERWEARShamans should wear their totems like a rocket pack, ready to deply. What is this magically appearing from the air crap? NO - Rocket pack totems, I demand it.Rogues should be invisible all the time. IF THEY'RE INVINCIBLE HOW COME YOU CAN SEE THEM?!?!(I apologise for this, I've been up all night writing essays, and I have clearly driven myself insane. Oh well.)
11-13-2011 @ 2:59PM
"Hunters should clearly look like fur trader types. Unshaven, unwashed, and wearing animal pelts with no underwear."Said armor set should have a set bonus relating to all of the *fleas* that will undoubtedly be biting your character. "Two piece bonus: Insane Itching. Grants you the 'Flea Bitten Furmonger' buff giving you 10% increased attack power at the cost of 5% of your focus because your fleas are driving you mad."
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