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2-18-2012 @ 8:10AM
Mounts. That would have been cool to play as ssay, my Silver covenant Hippogryph. Or that scorpion thing the Horde has. Mounts would have been waaaay cooler than say the winged boot(?). Or a book. I mean seriously blizzard, what are you thinking? "Oh goody i get to be the book."
2-18-2012 @ 8:20AM
I'd happily use the book, anyway, It's a spelltome!As for the boot, I'll agree with you on that. I think it's supposed to represent the Spring icon, but it doesn't carry across so well in 3D.
2-18-2012 @ 8:36AM
Well, it's not like the original Monopoly pieces are super exciting either. Who ever picks to be the iron?
2-18-2012 @ 9:05AM
The boot is the flight path icon
2-18-2012 @ 11:00AM
Well.. the flying boot is paying tribute to the old Monopoly shoe... While not exciting, it does make sense.And I agree, I think the spellbook is pretty cool. That's the one I voted for on FB. (figured I better vote for the underdog than go with the obvious choices that will make it in)
2-18-2012 @ 11:15AM
Perhaps secretly the boot with wings is the booterang that has Kungaloosh splashed on it to give it wings.And I'd play as the iron, because then I could iron punch the jailer if I went to monopoly jail.
2-18-2012 @ 11:43AM
I use the iron because it's short. Occasionally, if you land on a property with houses or a hotel, and your opponent is sitting across the game board from that property, there's a chance they might not notice you're there and not realize to collect rent. My sisters are on to me with this trick, but when playing with other people, I'm surprised how often I get unnoticed.
2-18-2012 @ 8:02PM
Blizzards will undoubedly make additional pieces in the form of mounts after the game has been released.And then charge you $25 for each. =O
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