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    People really need to stop using "fat" as term.
    My "fat" is not other peoples "fat". Or heck, people cant be fat - fat is "substance" they got fat. 3D models cant have fat derpherp

    Chubby, overweight, obese, morbidly obese

    which one of these is human female? Maybe chubby at most. But thats so subjective. I know people who would say they are obese based on their screwed body images of world.
    But to me, they are curvy and actually quite fit around stomach area at least (the polygon count+old textures makes it bit meh elsewhere - they are obv not as "fit" as nelf females but still. Humans like to eat :P )
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    Women have a tendency to widen up and get more stocky as they move from being a teenager to being an actual adult. Sure, it's not true for everyone, and different parts of the world represent different kinds of women; some are naturally almost always tall, some are short and pear-shaped. This is why if you're a teenage boy, you may be used to looking at slim teenage girls, and an actually voluptuous woman might seem weird to you.

    The human female model in WoW is actually pretty beautiful as far as her shape and ratio of legs to torso goes. Not surprising, since she's been designed by people, and not born that way. She's tall and she has long legs, wide hips, narrow waist, large breasts (could do with smaller ones to be honest), and she manages to have some shoulders as well. She could have a bit larger calves but other than that, pretty much spot on.

    The problem with the human female model is the animation. If she moved like an athlete who has full control of her body, she would be pretty much perfect.

    In any case, the human female model is not "fat", let alone too fat. Whoever sees her as fat has no idea what a real healthy woman should look like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Descense View Post
    Be happy that model doesnt look like this:
    Actually this model looks great. Not really normal but with some size reduction, it could pass for a buff woman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceleaf View Post
    People really need to stop using "fat" as term.
    My "fat" is not other peoples "fat". Or heck, people cant be fat - fat is "substance" they got fat. 3D models cant have fat derpherp

    Chubby, overweight, obese, morbidly obese

    which one of these is human female? Maybe chubby at most. But thats so subjective. I know people who would say they are obese based on their screwed body images of world.
    But to me, they are curvy and actually quite fit around stomach area at least (the polygon count+old textures makes it bit meh elsewhere - they are obv not as "fit" as nelf females but still. Humans like to eat :P )
    Sorry.. but this came to my mind:

    Enough said.....

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    with their wide hips they look like real women.
    in rl i personally prefer the girl-look, but as i don't fap to my wow-character i couldn't care less actually.

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    Too fat? Seriously?

    You kids need to realize that women with hips, butt, and breasts is a GOOD thing. Some of those anorexic runway models scare me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teriz View Post
    Too fat? Seriously?

    You kids need to realize that women with hips, butt, and breasts is a GOOD thing. Some of those anorexic runway models scare me.
    Don't worry, they'll grow older, and likely come to reason

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    If they do not break from wind, they are too fat. SHRINK THEM DOWN!

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    I wish we still had these models. Their hair actually sways to the side when they move, and they seem to have a lot more animations to them than the current ones.

    The model above and the current models also have the Warcraft style, and they look like real women. You know, with actual hips, breasts, cheeks, arms that can lift a sword and a body that won't suffer from fractures if you stand on top during sex.
    Last edited by ragnarokvr1; 2012-11-24 at 03:10 PM.

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    I think they're just fine. I wish more women irl had this kind of figure, because seriously, tired of seeing thin, skinny girl that you are afraid to break if you touch them.

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    Are you kidding me? If anything, for a culture that is warriors and other such physically taxing tasks, they are on the thin side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salandrin View Post
    Something that people often say, but what do you guys think?
    First time I hear this. None of the are too fat.

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    My priest used to be human...I did sometimes think she was too thick but my other characters at that time were draenei and night elves so in comparison the human was thicker.

    Then I switched to horde and raised a bunch of blood elves and trolls. Been playing a pandaren female since two weeks after MoP launched and I'm perfectly happy with her. The blood elves and the trolls are way too thin I feel like I'm now playing a waif when I play them.

    Human females are just fine. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skeletroll View Post
    I always liked that model. In fact, if fem humans would look like that, i would pay few race changes asap. I even like their faces.
    I actuaally like the female vrykul model as well. Seeing they are more modeled like a barbaric race, those women actually have proper dimensions.

    If these ever turn out to be playable, you can bet your ass I'm rolling a femme

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    Never heard that before.
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    Sandbox MMOs are like having sex with a pornstar: Everyone wants it, but when you're getting it, it's suddenly not so awesome anymore.

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    They arn't fat but they are a bit....funny shape-wise, not sure why but i can't stand to look at my human female in cloth with no cape.

    And stop picking on blood elves! T_T

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    They´re fine, not too fat and not too skinny.
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    Should make every female a bit more muscular imo
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    Just to keep things in perspective, this legend spent her professional career as a 36D/23/36 at 120 pounds or so. By most modern dress brands, this would be a size 8. Many of the negative comments issued earlier in the thread about the human model could be said about this model.

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