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11-15-2011 @ 8:40AM
I don't think I've ever seen a hooded cloak. There are head pieces that look like hoods or cowls. We obviously have capes and cloaks. But I've never seen something that looks like a hooded cloak of some sort. Even when you pair a hood with a cape, they're entirely separate and your neck's still exposed.Always imagined a dramatic, heroic entrance going into a raid or something and -whooosh- you throw back your hood and cloak (so it's no longer covering all of you) then draw your weapons.
11-15-2011 @ 8:52AM
I'd love this so much. I hide my helmet all the time because most of the helmets are so fugly and a hooded cloak would satisfy my death knight's desire to keep his face hidden the majority of the time.
11-15-2011 @ 10:11AM
I, too, would love to see this. This is one thing that has always seemed limiting- the idea that anything that's going on with your head is driven by the head slot item.In addition to the hooded cloak, I would like to see the following:- The addition of a vanity head slot. Here, you could put things like halos that exist on top of your helm model or sunglasses, eye patches, etc. that exist below the helm model.- Click-able helms that can open/close. The ICC Paladin set seemed ideal for this and I was very disappointed when I learned that the helm was always open.
11-15-2011 @ 10:24AM
A cowl would be excellent. Heck, even a plate helm that looks like a hood would be good, so I can look more like a Ringwraith.
11-15-2011 @ 10:43AM
You mean like the DK starter gear? I mean it's a plate hood.
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