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3-29-2012 @ 9:47AM
I mainly want the animated hair for every race. Looking at female Pandaren I am so jealous of their hair! I want every character I play to have hair that moves.I think every race needs the updated facial expressions too. I love how alive the Pandaren look. They make every other model look static in comparison. I guess this would be more "muscles" in everyone's face?I want the weird paw hands to go away. Everyone needs fingers!Additional things that would be groovy:- More hair style options for every race.- More faces. Some races have only one good face that everyone uses. It would be more fun if there was a hard choice--because they all looked good--to pick a face when I create new toons.- More hair color options. Surely Azeroth has discovered hair dye by now.- Tattoos and scar options. More jewelry options too.Things that I would like but I don't think we will get:- Variable model options. Like Wildhammer Dwarves or Dark Ranger Forsaken.- Variable size models. So you could have a male mage that was skinny instead of the same size as a buff warrior. We have the most bulked up casters ever in WoW. XD
3-29-2012 @ 10:32AM
- More faces. Some races have only one good face that everyone uses. It would be more fun if there was a hard choice--because they all looked good--to pick a face when I create new toons.^^ This. Wait ^^ right there. ^^ oh yeah, that's the spot. More faces! It's true, there's like 1-2 decent faces (except for female gnomes), mostly on male toons. Epecially male gnomes. WTF is up with the creepy look?? If you want to roll a second toon and not have the same face, you are out of luck.
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