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3-25-2012 @ 10:41AM
it was about time... paladins get fire rain without asking and locks were stucked with boring red fire?next on the bitching players agenda: female druid forms
3-25-2012 @ 11:13AM
You want them to throw boobs on a bear, cat, chicken, or tree? I don't understand what a female druid form would look like.
3-25-2012 @ 11:36AM
Well, a tree form that doesn't have a soul patch would be a helpful start. (Assuming you arent glyphed for the old treant). The rest of the forms are pretty much androgynous though.
3-25-2012 @ 11:42AM
What would a female druid form look like? Well first of all, the worgen and tauren cat forms wouldn't have a mane... nor would the bear forms have beards...
3-25-2012 @ 11:49AM
I'm still of the opinion that druid forms should remain genderless-- worgen and tauren cat forms have manes because worgen and tauren of both sexes have manes/long hair on their heads.
3-25-2012 @ 1:39PM
Oh I love my tauren druid's kitty mane and you'll pry it from her cold, dead hands. I'm just saying, only male lions have manes so that is why people inherently see the cat forms as male. I've seen photoshops of the kitty form as a maneless lioness and it just looks... naked.That said, I would die happy if my female boomchicken looked remotely like this:http://fav.me/d3e45u3
3-25-2012 @ 1:43PM
I want a unique model for my ghostwolf form before seeing ANY more additions to druid forms.
3-25-2012 @ 1:59PM
But all druid forms are female, i mean i dont see anything hanging back there. Do you? ...
3-27-2012 @ 4:32AM
I cancelled my sub a few months ago and nothing I heard of MoP so far made me want to come back. But green warlock fire? Man, that's what I've been waiting for ever since the world (of warcraft) began. Count me in!
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