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1-23-2012 @ 6:37PM
All of the races should have their hands in proper proportion to the rest of their bodies.The male NEs have so many problems... but I'd love to keep the big muscles on them. The legs, waist & forearms need major retooling. Also, since they have fangs they should not have an underbite. That's bugged me for years. For all races, the males should have more than 1 or 2 attractive faces (relative in some cases...) I'd like to see a separate "lip" category for the BE guys. There are some really good faces, but most of the lips look really bad.NE women: Give them some fierce-looking options & animations similar to the Vrykul looks or the avatar of Freya. They should look fierce, not like cheerleader fluff. I'm very tired of female fluff, I want substance & character for female options --for all races as well, but the NEs in particular. (7 years of this crap & nothing but empty promises from Blizz in this case. & it's getting worse in regards to weakening their primary female NPCs.) /female gamer rant
1-24-2012 @ 1:40PM
Very much agreed! Personally I never played Night Elves, just because everything about them says "fanservice" - if ya know what I mean. Their dance, their /cheer animation, the goddamn idle bounce, and the way they stretch their upper bodies out further than should be anatomically possible (thus leaving the arms hanging in a hurtful looking position) to present their boobies like on a silver plate...The only cool, fierce and strong female Night Elves in the game are the Wardens. That's especially sad seeing how the Kaldorei are supposed to be a society of strong and dominant women.On this topic I'd also like to add that most races' females should have their breasts scaled down, or at least offered an option. Especially Blood Elves and Gnomes just sport too much for their physique.
1-25-2012 @ 7:17AM
As another female gamer, I couldn't agree more.
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