You know one thing I would love? Being able to screen print or design pictures for your home instance...statues or murals or some such way to commemorate great accomplishments. The first boss you took down...when you hit 80...that sort of thing.
Maybe new HoM might have some of this. But, something more personalised for the home base would be awesome
Just as long as I can get actual clothes and cute/fun stuff, it's fine if others want nipple armor. XD
Something in white. White is my favorite color. Like just pure white. Not to make my thief look like someone from Assassin's Creed or anything, just because I love that color. Many many games lack pure white gear and it makes me sad. There's always pure black or black/grey sets, but never any white. I would happily pay real money for that.
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http://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/DyeA player begins with access to a set of starter colors. These starter palettes will vary between races. More colors are unlocked in sets as the game is played. Some sets are rare (for instance, the 'midnight set', which contains "true" black dye). There are hundreds of colors available once all sets are unlocked. The dye unlock system is account-wide rather than character-specific. It has recently been announced that there are now 400 dyes to choose from.
Neutral Colors (14) White, Dust, Ash, Graphite, Black, Matte, Frosting, Peach Tint, Ebony, Oil Slick, Tarnished Steel, Mushroom, Shale, Night Shade
furthermore you have the option to save your dye-settings, so that every new piece of armor gets automatically dyed in your prefered style.
Last edited by Maarius; 2012-01-11 at 09:30 AM.
Snazzy Cosmetic things
Character clots and race/gender change. Barber I would like to have available for free.
@Maarius, yea I knew of the dye system already, but from the way it's looking with most of those colors, it won't be a pure white like the color that appears to be selectable. It seems like the dye will just "add a color" to the color that is already present and not making it purely that color. Some pieces work well with it, but judging from this screenshot (http://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/File...ea_example.jpg) plate armor shoulders won't be the exact color you may select. I'll be playing around with that system though, probably one of the first things I do once I start getting gear pieces for most of my slots while leveling.