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    Not really.

    Female Belves are not too thin either, their proportions are a bit off and they have very boxy hips and legs.

  2. #42
    Nope, they're fine in my books.

    As for people complaining about belves - deal with it, they're thin - but they're also bloody elves, you'll be saying your dwarves are too short next.

  3. #43
    Female humans aren't anywhere near the realm of too fat. The only issue I have with them is the boobs look saggy in every kind of armor when in reality most armor outside of cloth would be either holding them up or squishing them down flatter. That and of course the low poly count, but every vanilla model has that problem.

    I play a male night elf though so my opinion might also be invalid.

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    If I can deadlift her, she's too thin.
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  5. #45
    Quote Originally Posted by Aquamonkey View Post
    If I can deadlift her, she's too thin.
    So either you're extremely weak, or you prefer women that outweigh you by a lot...

  6. #46
    Quote Originally Posted by Kokiron View Post
    Female humans aren't anywhere near the realm of too fat. The only issue I have with them is the boobs look saggy in every kind of armor when in reality most armor outside of cloth would be either holding them up or squishing them down flatter. That and of course the low poly count, but every vanilla model has that problem.

    I play a male night elf though so my opinion might also be invalid.
    You realize what gravity does to weight right? You ever seen perky natural big breasts, with the emphasis on natural? I think that's why the armor doesn't really lift them up. They're not wearing the right bra either!

  7. #47
    no, they're just too muscular, just like human males. which is fine if you are a warrior or a paladin, but not so fine if you're a mage or a priest
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  8. #48
    Quote Originally Posted by Ayarea View Post
    You realize what gravity does to weight right? You ever seen perky natural big breasts, with the emphasis on natural?
    Yeah, I have my own set of boobs, so I know how they fall naturally. My point was in things like plate etc where the material doesn't have that much give to it, they should either be held up by it or squashed down by it, not looking the same as they would if you didn't have anything on at all. That and the fact that every female in the game wears a bra of some kind....the female human's boobs just fall in a way that they shouldn't. They're not THAT huge.

  9. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by Sodrocs View Post
    Their hips are a bit wide for my liking.
    So what you're saying is you prefer them to have no hips? Because they're fairly proportionate. Do you want walking rectangles?
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  10. #50
    Quote Originally Posted by Kokiron View Post
    Yeah, I have my own set of boobs, so I know how they fall naturally. My point was in things like plate etc where the material doesn't have that much give to it, they should either be held up by it or squashed down by it, not looking the same as they would if you didn't have anything on at all. That and the fact that every female in the game wears a bra of some kind....the female human's boobs just fall in a way that they shouldn't. They're not THAT huge.
    I have been saying for years female human boobs are wierd-shaped

    I am a woman myself and realise that breasts come in all sizes and shapes, but as the folk of warcraft obviously have access to well-made clothes, I see no reason why this odd shape is necessary.

  11. #51
    Not fat, but mostly ugly: ugly faces, cluncky body.

  12. #52
    Quote Originally Posted by evokanu View Post
    They are not fat, their shape is better then a few other races. not fat but not close to anorectic/skinny either.
    But anorexia/skinny is better than fat anyway.

  13. #53
    Quote Originally Posted by Maelle View Post
    I have been saying for years female human boobs are wierd-shaped

    I am a woman myself and realise that breasts come in all sizes and shapes, but as the folk of warcraft obviously have access to well-made clothes, I see no reason why this odd shape is necessary.
    Yeah I mean, I know boobs sag right? But like, when you're wearing a bra it pulls them up (cause that's what it's for), and then armor on top of that....depending on how it's made, it's either gonna flatten them down or hold them up if the armor is shaped to hold boobs. In plate more than anything you're not going to tell you have saggy boobs unless you have that shit molded right on you so the metal shapes under and around your boobs, lmao.

  14. #54
    They grow up so fat...

  15. #55
    Quote Originally Posted by checking facts View Post
    no, they're just too muscular, just like human males. which is fine if you are a warrior or a paladin, but not so fine if you're a mage or a priest
    I find female humans look quite fantastic in robes. If you want to a muscular female model to complain about, complain about Orcs. Humans look great.

    Also, who the HELL ever made it a rule that casters are supposed to be scrawny? That's like saying a scientist in real life can't be physically fit with a healthy 15-20 pounds of muscle! I know plenty of them who are! D=
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  16. #56
    Well their needs to be some diversity. So that the cosplayers can chose a race they "fit" Don't want big girls to hippidyhop around as a night / blood elf.
    On the serious side: No i don't think they are to fat. They are normal proportion.

  17. #57
    I think they're perfect. Blood Elves are okay too.
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  18. #58
    Quote Originally Posted by Endus View Post
    They're not fat. They're healthy. Anorexic voluntary starvation is NOT aesthetically pleasing. It's a trend that only started in the fashion industry, with models, because of designers who were completely frigging incompetent at designing clothes that fit people, so they wanted models with a minimum of curves and such to better "show" the design.

    There's a reason porn actresses look nothing like runway models. Because men don't actually find runway models that attractive. Pretty, in the same way that a nice painting is, sure, but they lack the "hnnnngggghh" factor.

    Besides; they did slim the human ladies down a bit. The original beta model is still in-game; go see Olga in Scalawag Point in Howling Fjord;



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  19. #59
    Quote Originally Posted by Aquamonkey View Post
    If I can deadlift her, she's too thin.
    I think you need to read this... http://www.livestrong.com/article/52...r-body-weight/ So unless you want morbidly obese women, that statement is pretty hilarious.
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  20. #60
    I think female humans are pretty well done, they aren't to skinny or to fat. They look like fitness models which is pretty accurate tbh. We carry plate armor, shields, weapons, and bags of random potions and such but you expect them to be skinny. People call female night elfs to muscular(i hang out on the official forums to much) but it just seems accurate to me, they jump out of trees and run everywhere with armor in there bags. Only makes since that they would be slightly built.
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