Blizzard developer Ghostcrawler has hinted that Druids will once again be the attention of World of Warcraft's art department in the coming months, and even speculated which forms will likely be up for a re-vamp.
Enough with the WoW stories Blizzard. If you're going to do something, just do it.
No suprise that they will continue to do them all.
The sea lion one is bloody awful, always said so. Saying that, the tree form could do with some TLC.
The luxury of having lots of money to polish, polish and polish a game.
Brilliant news, though I'm interested to see what they'll do with the travel form. It's not that often people use it, and it's not that bad. Having said that, any update is good!
I can't wait until they hire someone inspired by HR Giger as an artist. "I know for a fact that the current Murlocs are loathed by the artist who redid Arthas as a giant biomechanical cosmic horror. We do have plans to update additional mobs into horrendous befanged fourth-dimensional monstrosities that Should Not Be at some point in the future."
haha, very good =P
Actually, I kinda take that back. I'd *love* to see a content pack for WoW inspired by HR Giger, with level designs by MC Escher.
how many times have we seen a promised make over? Better be a vast improvement this time round
or hey...maybe they could release some decent armor sets that are... 1) Not like tier 9 (what??? all the cloth classes look exactly the same with different color schemes??? omg!) 2) More like tier 5/6 (seriously...the burning crusade armor sets were really well done) sure the druids deserve a makeover, but that shouldn't result in skimping out on the rest of the community. they started to go in the right direction with t7 (though I felt that many of the sets were too simple) and several classes got some really classy sets with t8 (paladin robes were HOTT). Unfortunately at the same time with t8 several armor sets were also incredibly fugly (the warrior armor, the mage tunic, and the rogue helm (WTF)) but Bliz totally blew it on this latest tier, and I'm sorely disapointed.
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