Glad to hear the Throne of the Four Winds concerns--incentive to run that is pretty low. Between crafted/rep belts and VP rings, most raiders are tired of Conclave too at this point. I wish that Al'akir would drop slightly different loot in 4.1 though--you can get VP capes pretty cheap and there are several 359 rep necks. Make the mount a higher drop, that would be a good incentive.I definitely don't think dyes would be forgotten quite that fast :)
They're completely off on the dye comment. I hardly doubt the majority of players would "forget it" like the barbershop. You only get hair once, and you only change when you feel like it, but with dyes, whenever you get a new piece of armor, you'll feel compeled to try new colors to match your current gear. It's a renewing system, not a "one-time only deal" like the barber shop, where you get your results once and that's it.I'm pretty sure there's a lot of people out there that wouldn't care a bit about dyes, but still, it would be a fun system for customization and a decent gold-sink, which is always "good" for the economy.
The casting animations would be awesome indeed!Also, can't wait to experience the epic legendary. Must have! :D
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Blizzard could learn a lot from character creation in games such as Guitar Hero, or Tony Hawk. Granted those aren't the best games, but they have decent character customization, not just 5 different faces you can choose from, 8 different hairstyles, or 5 skin colors. I want to be able to make my face unique from the other players. Sure armor all looking alike can be a big thing, but some people are more concerned with their character itself. As for the dyes, I'd probably use it.
DC Universe Online provided a great way of making looks a reality and believe me the players do use them a lot. i dont know why blizzard haven't seen their problem already its evident, the problem is stats. as long as we need to focus on stats in order to change looks, we'll be screwed.i dont think people will ever want to put on thoe level 60 tier 2 sets when their stats will be awefully sub par.i understand the point of them wanting to make gears hinting other players of what kind of stats you have... but in the same time it can only lead to them clogging up the same outfit to about everyone. if they want to give players more customisation without having to add anything more to the game... they have to separate stats from looks, just like they did in DCUO !BTW, those who points that other "NEW" mmo did it and that wow shouldn'T be hard to do it...might i remember you one single fact, thoseRPGS are new and as such took years of creating.World of warcraft took years of creation, but its not new, it has been going on for 6 years.addingcontent to a game that is already done and played by millions is much harder then what it is beforeany players ever know about it.
it would be nice to see some better character customization maybe take a page from NC soft's character creation but maybe not as extensive. Also dye's would be awesome and MORE HAIRSTLYES! Animations for healing with my staff would be really cool to see how they look. All in all i'd come back to wow definately if they added in a bunch of these...once i have the means that is.
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