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3-01-2012 @ 9:32AM
It wouldn't sell me...but mainly because I am cynical now and my main thought while watching that was, "Oh look...even at the beginning it was Horde biased."My other thought was it is way too aimed at guys. *shrug*That said, I do love WoW. I just happen to like other aspects of it. What sells me are pretty shots of the world...not "Honor" or "Danger". "Mystery" works ok. But male characters getting ready to fight? Meh.What sold me on WoW was the trailer that had the female Night Elf Druid in a pretty forest turning into a cat. ^^
3-01-2012 @ 9:38AM
:OMy avatar went away.*cries*
3-01-2012 @ 10:03AM
I was sold on the longer cinematic trailer too. Come on...a dwarf and his bear? Awesome!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYK_Gqyf48Y
3-01-2012 @ 10:10AM
And then you realized that zone was either level 20 (Ashenvale) or level 40 (Feralas). And the druid female had a thing for bouncing in place, and shifting wasn't nearly as cool as they made it look, because despite being a panther - you're wearing intellect leather, which despite being a smart pather, you really don't know how to panther at all and don't have half the abilities a real panther would.
3-01-2012 @ 10:16AM
I still think shapeshifting is every bit as cool as it looked in that trailer.My first character was a Nelf druid and I still play her. Kittehs are awesome!
3-01-2012 @ 11:25AM
Other people jump when they enter instance portals, I jump when I shift - especially into Flight Form :)
3-01-2012 @ 11:42AM
Ravyn, I think your avatar goes where it pleases...Atleast you have one. ;_;
3-01-2012 @ 2:25PM
Actually, Firestyle, that zone, from all indications I saw, was Teldrassil.Purple leaves? Check.Waterfalls that go straight down past branches? Check.The only thing missing are all of the freaking spiders.
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