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3-19-2012 @ 12:30PM
You guys make it sound so simple. Like it wouldn't upset a whole bunch of people if they logged in one day and all of the sudden their troll was standing up straight, or their dwarf female wasn't as curvy (or the belf/worgen WAS). If, suddenly, their character didn't look and feel and move like the same thing they've been playing for 7 years.People who look up sites like these probably wouldn't mind it (I think I'd learn to adjust, at any rate). But, keep in mind, we are not the majority of players. Of the five people that play in my house, only 2 of us look at websites. Of my 20 friends that play, maybe six. In my guild of 200+ characters? 20, at most, look at these sites-- fewer still will do the research for raiding >.>. I could tell you the vast majority of them had no idea this event was even going on.If their characters were suddenly vastly different from what they logged out as? That would be hugely upsetting to them. It isn't that its hard to do. Its that it is hard to do right.
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