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1-31-2012 @ 5:11PM
All I have to say is that outfit on the article picture looks awfully uncomfortable...
1-31-2012 @ 5:18PM
If only we actually had armor we could transmog like that. Damn mail and plate wearers get more of the fun pieces.
1-31-2012 @ 5:44PM
That screen capture is from the original World of Warcraft cinematic trailer, and represents the world's first glimpse of what Night Elves in WoW would look like. If you haven't seen the trailer, it's worth a watch. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlVSJ0AvZe0
1-31-2012 @ 6:05PM
Yep. Every time I see female armor like this, I feel compelled to link these:A Tumblr full of "Women fighters in reasonable armor:" http://womenfighters.tumblr.com/andA great blog post on "Fantasy armor and Lady Bits" at Mad Art Lab: http://madartlab.com/2011/12/14/fantasy-armor-and-lady-bits/
1-31-2012 @ 6:30PM
This picture http://madartlab.com/files/2011/12/Dude-e1324147428339.png = WIN :DI demand armour like this in WoW!
1-31-2012 @ 7:19PM
That armor blog was really interesting, thanks for that link. Some of the women in FULL armor still looked feminine and attractive, while being totally badass. Like it says though, tarty outfits on fantasy ladies can still be fun :) As far as comfort goes, well.... Trading comfort for style is pretty common, really. I don't think any woman is going to tell you that heels are more comfortable than flats, and don't even get me started on corsets...
1-31-2012 @ 7:31PM
2-01-2012 @ 10:40AM
Look at it this way, we know from the cinematic that she's a feral druid, which means she'll be spending most of her time naked, furry and on all fours. She can afford decorative armor.
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