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4-03-2012 @ 4:34PM
I am more likely to upvote you because of the torture of seeing your mom's character running around in a bikini.Ok, not really.While the chainmail bikini thing does bother me a little bit (it would be nice if there was an option for style under a menu. TF2 has ripped off so much from WoW, why not take a page out of it's book? Allow a "style" option for each piece that has multiple looks) the thing is, is Blizzard is still mostly staffed at the higher end by guys who think the whole "chick in a metal bikini" thing is like the best thing ever. The option to wear the equipment like you want should be an option.Now, I love Blizzard, and I like alot of the guys that are there (faction bias notwithstanding) but when new artwork or concepts, or content comes out, I sometimes get disappointed when yet again something is stripped down to "hot chick in skimpy fantasy wear."I am a guy, I like women in skimpy outfits (in general, not just in the game, in fact, some of my female characters I actually avoided the equipment that did that), but there is a time and a place, and not every single character should be dressed like that. As someone else said on a similiar topic about plate bikinis, there are much worse examples out there. TERA has female characters in what looks literally like dental floss and saran wrap. Oh, and breast sizes larger than anything in WoW. Like, if I had to guess, DDD.
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