I've never heard anyone say that, not really sure what you're on about. Oh its a Salandrin-thread....
On topic: I'll give that their thighs seem a little...off but overall I feel the model is fine.
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Oh wow, the human female model has a tiny shred of character to it and doesn't just look like the garbage anorexic soulless crap every other mmorpg designs, let's change it fast.In fact the model is far from fat, some people today are starting to forget the meaning of fat I guess.
Don't worry though, I bet when they will decide to finally update the aging models of the old races I bet they will turn your "fat" character into a Terra like piece of crap and you will be happy I guess.
The model is fine. Human females are built like warriors, and I like that about them.
Of course, people will bitch about it forever, and when the model updates come around, they will be made just as anorexic as female belves.
Another thread to judge pixels I see.
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I saw this thread as one of the five on the mmo-c homepage. I thought 'oh that must be one of those threads about other games than WoW'. I clicked it, to find out that there's a few weird people on this world that actually do think female humans in WoW are too fat.
That's fine, but I disagree.
I wish I had more female human toons. Belf is boring. When I made my dk human I never looked back. Wish I had more alliance toons...
I didn't think they were fat..I mean really they are meant to be alittle muscly similar to their male counter part. And we'll if they were skinnier they probably be killed constantly.also Orc women..stay buff enough to fight those at least..
The concept of how a woman should look started back with Lesley Lawson. For those that follow modeling you would prob know her name and if not then you probably would of heard her nick name Twiggy. She has not liked the fact that she became part of the reason the fashion industry and people in general started to associate woman as stick figures. Twiggy herself has always been a dainty lady and was never what you would call "normal" looking as a lady. The general woman figure is a size 8 I believe. In fashion they generally do not carry over a size 4 in a lot of places, which is absolutely ridiculous considering the facts on human shape in real life. Then again a lot in the "fashion industry" live in their own world...
I think they are just fine :P
I prefer the female human model, which is naturally curvy, to the blood elf female model, which is just too damn thin. They look horrible, with tiny pipe cleaner arms, and the fact their weapons are so tiny doesn't help. I'm hoping the model redesign fixes that.
Be happy that model doesnt look like this:
I think they're fine, I don't mind blood elf thin either and I do usually prefer thin girls, in spite of that I've honestly never noticed anything wrong with female human model, their thighs seem slightly off but that's about it.
One cannot simply quit wow his way into Mordor.
I wouldn't call them fat by any means. They've got more meat on them than I prefer, but I'd say it's more muscle than fat. They're soldiers, after all. But still, they don't compare to blood elves on the attractive scale. I've always liked my girls skinny and slender with small features, but most guys seem to prefer them more rounded out.