yeah suarok or some kind of snake we have slain :P
Crazy thought as I was browsing the new armour pieces and not too sure if its been said already but often the sets can somewhat reflect something in the tier thats up and coming, sometimes not but to name a few off teh top of my head; pretty much all the firelands sets, rogue T11 for alakir, tier 13 warrior etc, im sure there is many more but just those ones come to mine that really reflect what happens in the tier, anyway the hunter set has pretty much 2 eyes of C thun and recolors of it. Does this mean we can expect some old god to come up with similarities to C thun or a relative/connection to him??
Just a crazy idea, it could jsut reflect the yellow eyes of the Saurok but I'm feeling something super eye (boss mechanic wise) related or C thun related
The old sets (you know, the ones you guys all hold in such untouchable regard) use low res textures and low-poly models, usually with a minimal particle effect of some kind for helm or shoulders.
The new sets use significantly higher res textures, much higher polygon/more detailed models and yet, because some of you don't like them, Blizzard is being 'lazy'.
More detailed textures and models take MORE work to create, not less. If you don't like them, that's totally your right - but to spew stupidity like 'lazy' because you dislike them is utterly idiotic. And pretty much factually wrong, given the work involved in creating 3d models and textures.
I really like the pvp set. I'll probably transmog into that. The T15 set looks pretty shitty though.
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You do realize one of the arguments Blue posters constantly make against 'Oh WoW looks so ancient and terrible' is 'Hey our artists make up for it' ?
And if you don't use it it kinda feels pointless to have done the gold challenge modes in the first place.
I'm planning to mog into the Heroic T14 and H Fang Kung for this expac... hated it when I first saw it but now I think it looks pretty cool, especially with the smoky blue effect.