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3-22-2012 @ 1:17PM
I love it! I just wish that lovely, fluffy red-panda tail weren't attached in the wrong place. NO WAY is that tail a continuation of her spine. I'll probably go for a stub tail.
3-22-2012 @ 1:55PM
The tail is in the wrong place, I agree. But I must say this to Blizz: You give tails to pandas and not worgen? I wish my worgen had a cute curly tail like an Akita (I guess you can give the male Worgen a German Shepherd Dog tail that would be more manly, and have options for cropped tails?)
3-22-2012 @ 2:23PM
I can understand why the tail wasn't placed lower, to look like more of a continuation of the spine (as it should be), because then people would be complaining about it looking like it's coming out of the butt.My biggest complaint about the tail is that it looks like a fox's tail. Red panda tails are striped.
3-22-2012 @ 4:10PM
Red Pandas are not ursines - and have HUGE tails. They're about house-cat in size, and used to be classified with racoons, though have been in recent years moved into their own genus. Wikipedia claims there are believed to be only about 10,000 of them left.But I agree that worgen need tails. The 'OMG furry is weird cause I think its like it was on CSI' crowd shouted too loud for that to happen, even though tauren have had tails since day one.(I've been around furries in Second Life for years, and most of them are pretty bland folks who have an odd obsession with heavy metal or trance, and the color "neon purple". These WoW races don't have enough purple to appeal to furry-folks. :) )
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