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3-23-2012 @ 1:05PM
The shoulders on rogues and shaman are getting way out of hand. I mean, they look nice, but it'd be hard to see my actual character under all that.The paladin one is quite nice, I'll probably be wearing it if I end up being a good enough challenge runner to get it.I doubt I'd wear the DK one, though. It's pretty, but it really doesn't fit my vision of a Death Knight.
3-23-2012 @ 1:26PM
They do look too big, but I like the fact that it's not symmetric. Seems like they're taking the S11 paladin gladiator design on asymmetric giant shoulders and pushed it a bit further
3-23-2012 @ 2:19PM
Huge shoulders like that are particularly baffling for a Rogue. I mean, how are you going to be stealthy with those things??? The design is great, but it should have been a lot smaller.
3-25-2012 @ 1:43AM
the current state of shoulder/pauldron art in this game is absolutely out of control. There is a point where this needed to stop, and clearly we have passed it.like.. what the HELL is going on with the priest & shaman armor sets?? Clearly a modern art masterpiece...the pally set looks pretty great, admittedly(Go-go pally Rangers, daaaaaaa-naaaa-naaa naaanuuhhh!!) but I kind of want to find the guy who designed the rest and throw them into the sun. They could stand to study the philosophies put forth by designer Ludwig Mies, who coined the term "less is more" & "god is in the details"SHAZAM = http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minimalism#Minimalist_design
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