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3-22-2012 @ 1:05PM
You hear that?That is the sound of anyone who rolled a female worgan crying bitter tears of jealousy.Darn shame Blizz had such problems there because this... this is a home run in terms of character design.
3-22-2012 @ 2:21PM
I ain't jelly. I'll just delete her. I only got her to level 21. :p
3-22-2012 @ 2:47PM
Nope. I have two female worgen (and three female dwarves). I like my two worgen (priest and druid)!Then again, I am a woman, and don't need my online fantasy characters to look a particular way (and I certainly don't choose them based on how they look!)
3-22-2012 @ 4:40PM
Well, I was making more an observation on the quality of the design rather than how a woman should "see" herself in a fantasy world. In my opinion, Blizzard did a better job on the Panderan female model than they did on the worgan. Nothing more or less than that.
3-22-2012 @ 6:53PM
Yep, I liked the female worgen at first. 78 levels later and I just can't stand it anymore. She stays in human form whenever I'm out of combat. I guess I'm seeing the perma-snarl with puppy eyes doesn't make sense anymore. Why don't their eyes glow like the males' (which are awesome)? Not to mention the hunched-over jerky running and simply bizzare animations otherwise. She is a hunter afterall and the one thing I do like about her is the Feign Death animation. I digress. It is my plan to race-change her to a pandaren, but if we don't see some less smiley, care-bear faces on the otherwise fantastic models, she'll probably be getting a sex-change as well.
3-22-2012 @ 9:35PM
Yeah, now more than ever, they need to own up to the mistake that was post-alpha Female Worgen. Let the handful of people who like it, keep it, but give the rest of us the choice of Cata Alpha female Worgen, please.I want to play one, I want to roll one, but by level 20, I can't take it anymore.
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