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3-23-2012 @ 8:29AM
It's funny to me how much the statement about shoulders rings true. I was putting together a fire-themed set for my mage and I just couldn't find a shoulder slot item that didn't scream "look at me!" I ended up wishing there was a "turn off shoulder" option.
3-23-2012 @ 9:40AM
Wanting a "turn off shoulder option" has been on many players' Blizzard wish lists for a VERY long time. Unfortunately, Blizzard has consistently refused, though their reasons have ranged a bit. Mostly they seem to center around the artwork of their shoulder pieces being a defining look of the game that they do not want to loose.I know for my part, my entire transmog set for my main was centered around trying to find as invisible a set of shoulders as possible. Even on a clothie this proved difficult. Most of the shoulders that were not bigger than my gnome's head were still brightly colored and/or pointy.In the end I settled on a pair of Northrend shoulders that curved down and look like leather football shoulder pads. Not ideal, but they were by far the smallest visual profile I could find, and when matched with other brown items they blended in slightly.Here's hoping with all the rest of their visual changes Blizzard eventually adds a "Hide Shoulder Slot" setting. /fingers crossed
3-23-2012 @ 3:24PM
OMG WoW shoulder options are -U-G-L-Y- !!!Way to large in an over the top manner.I too spend most of my transmog time looking for the least visible shoulder set I can find.- for plate wearers, in the low levels, there are plenty of smaller shoulders. But it take ages for one to show up on the auction house... let alone one that is a color match to the rest of what you've got going.
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