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3-29-2012 @ 7:29PM
As a shaman I can really understand the need of ... you know... wanting to wear pants.I was so glad that threw careful mogging one can accomplish a "manlier" look.P.S.: Kilt is a fancy word for skirt.
3-29-2012 @ 7:41PM
It's only a skirt if you're wearing underwear or are female. Otherwise, it's a way to make sure the sheep never hear your pants zipper :)
3-29-2012 @ 7:52PM
Do you know why they call it a kilt?Because anyone who calls it a skirt gets kilt.Honestly, dwarves in kilts is even better since everyone knows dwarves are scottish or irish or something. What I'm saying is, they have a brogue.
3-29-2012 @ 7:50PM
Lad I don't know where you been but I see you won first prize!
3-29-2012 @ 7:54PM
How do you think us Paladins felt? Yes you, Destroyer of Worlds, I shall take the brunt of your attacks in my metal skirt!
3-29-2012 @ 8:10PM
As a draenei shaman I prefer kilts. Hides those horrible legs.
3-29-2012 @ 9:45PM
The difference between a skirt and a kilt is that it takes balls to wear a kilt.
3-29-2012 @ 10:18PM
@Rhamona QYeah. Literaly.
3-29-2012 @ 10:37PM
I have the opposite opinion to what seems to be the majority of the WoW community: I think that a caster without robes or kilts and a nice long cloak is not a caster. If said caster is also a Priest, they shall wear a cowl.If not, they shall wear a pointy hat.Maybe I'm too obsessed with the Gandalf/Merlin/etc "Wizard" archetype.
3-29-2012 @ 10:59PM
@EternautaAll the hate with kilts and robes actually don't come from the fashion concept .Fact is that, aside from making character movement to seem clunky and fake, clipping through mounts -because it just replace your legs and don't cover it- some races just get really bad with robe style gear, take Male Human and Male Draenei for example, they're just too buffed up to someone even believe they're actually casters.Skinny models like most females and Male Belfs do actually look nice wearing them tough.
3-30-2012 @ 1:06PM
That is true.
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