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3-29-2012 @ 11:14AM
I have a lot of changes I would like to see, some of which have already been mentioned:1. Make body type options, even if there are only a couple per race/gender. I'm *so* tired of all male human and male orc casters looking like linebackers or professional wrestlers in dresses.2. PLEASE fix the male human face. Every one of them is ugly. He looks...um...how can I say this politically correctly...special. He definitely doesn't look brave and stalwart. He looks like he needs help counting his toes. 3. Please, Blizzard designers, realize that just because it's female doesn't mean it has to have a rack worthy of a porn star. This is especially true of undead females. I can't figure out how she can't hold on to her elbows or knees and her spine sticks through her back, but she's got big, non-rotted boobs. Give us a slider or something. Please.4. For that matter, definitely give us the option not to have our bones poking through our clothes on undead. I like the race but I don't like to play it because the gear almost never looks good on them.5. Fix the proportions of the NE male. He's got a tiny wee groin and giant arms/hands. And fix his face, too. Every option makes him look either angry or constipated.6. Leave the NE female alone (but please get rid of the "bounce"). Ditto BE male, BE female, troll female, draenei female, and gnome female. They're fine, except for the aforementioned "chest slider."7. PLEASE let us cover troll feet with boots! I can understand why tauren and draenei can't have them due to hooves and all, but if the Azerothian craftsmen can build some of those shoulders I see loitering around Orgrimmar/Stormwind, they can certainly make a boot to accommodate a troll foot.
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