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  1. #81
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    Something like ff10 Shiva! My god i still get chills thinking about her!

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    Sha of lust = Lor'themar theron in a sexy bath suit.

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    Wait wait wait... so you're saying you'd rather be killing women? That's messed up, man.
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  4. #84
    maybe these female boss



    cause that all come to my mind when Boss female come to mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frozenzooom View Post
    Sha of lust = Lor'themar theron in a sexy bath suit.
    No, Garrosh in a speedo. Try to scrub that image out of your brain!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TEHPALLYTANK View Post
    No, Garrosh in a speedo. Try to scrub that image out of your brain!
    you mean what men look like at body building competitions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomia View Post
    They haven't been making female raid boss lately. Last time was when? Lich King Dungeon?
    We need some sexy cool looking badass villain in the game.

    What is with the favoritism for men? Women are either being ignored or just side characters. I got bored raiding giant scaly abnormal looking men.
    well, at the end of one such raid IN THIS EXPANSION you got to kill a giant FEMALE bug, and if I'm not mistaken you got to kill two abnormal looking females in ToT. so what the fuck are you going on about?
    Last edited by Sky High; 2013-06-13 at 09:19 PM.

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    Blizzard tends to have more men than women in WoW in all aspects, even NPC races. There are no visibly female Earthen, Mechagnomes, Tol'vir, Hozen, Jinyu, Yaungol, Taunka (they reused the female Tauren for that), Mogu (aside from the Consorts), etc, etc, etc. And in some cases they make it fit into lore. The Mogu have only three named females, the Consorts (who seem to be made by Lei Shen) and Empress Monara who Lei Shen seemed to overthrow. The female dwarves in lore sometimes have beards, due to the fact that Earthen seemed to have no gender (which, in essence, makes dwarf females a byproduct of the Old Gods' Curse of Flesh..?).

    As far as instance bosses, there are fewer females. This is a fact. But they haven't excluded them completely. In fact, there were quite a few in the dungeons in MoP, including a couple mantid with female voices, Lillian Voss, the first boss (the Lich) in Scholomance, the priestess of Yu'lon, etc. Could they add more? Yes. Would it be better or worse one way or another if a person is female or male? Depends. Not in my opinion. I see characters as characters. Their personality should have no reflection on their gender at all, unless there is a reason WHY they are the gender they are. It made sense for Shek'zeer to be a female since insects tend to have queens which rule the entire colony and produce progeny, for instance. But overall, someone can love to fight, have a deep reverence for nature, and collect trinkets from their kills. You tell me, is that a male or female? Doesn't matter.

    It should be noted that women are important in WoW as well. There are entire societies where women play a more important role. The villages of Sifreldar and Brunnhildar in Storm Peaks are entirely women that look down upon men. In the Night Elven culture, the women are warriors, spies, and priestesses, while men tend to become druids (more often than not). In High Elf/Blood Elf culture the most famous people are the Windrunner sisters, who even had brothers that we know nearly nothing about. We haven't seen any males of the Succubi and Shivarra at all. Not to mention very important characters like Jaina, Tyrande, Azshara, Vashj, Therazane, Theradras, Moira, Aysa, Zaela, Aggra, etc.

    It is unfortunate that some people feel a woman has to be sexy in order to be a valid character. Personally, I felt Shek'zeer and Therazane were a couple of the most feared and respectable leaders. I wouldn't consider either of them culturally "sexy"...though I'm sure there are those that feel so. In short, it doesn't matter if a character itself is male or female unless they MAKE it matter. But, I wish there were more females in the world so NPC races seemed more "realistic".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Destinas View Post
    Blizzard tends to have more men than women in WoW in all aspects, even NPC races. There are no visibly female Earthen, Mechagnomes, Tol'vir, Hozen, Jinyu, Yaungol, Taunka (they reused the female Tauren for that), Mogu (aside from the Consorts), etc, etc, etc. And in some cases they make it fit into lore. The Mogu have only three named females, the Consorts (who seem to be made by Lei Shen) and Empress Monara who Lei Shen seemed to overthrow. The female dwarves in lore sometimes have beards, due to the fact that Earthen seemed to have no gender (which, in essence, makes dwarf females a byproduct of the Old Gods' Curse of Flesh..?).

    As far as instance bosses, there are fewer females. This is a fact. But they haven't excluded them completely. In fact, there were quite a few in the dungeons in MoP, including a couple mantid with female voices, Lillian Voss, the first boss (the Lich) in Scholomance, the priestess of Yu'lon, etc. Could they add more? Yes. Would it be better or worse one way or another if a person is female or male? Depends. Not in my opinion. I see characters as characters. Their personality should have no reflection on their gender at all, unless there is a reason WHY they are the gender they are. It made sense for Shek'zeer to be a female since insects tend to have queens which rule the entire colony and produce progeny, for instance. But overall, someone can love to fight, have a deep reverence for nature, and collect trinkets from their kills. You tell me, is that a male or female? Doesn't matter.

    It should be noted that women are important in WoW as well. There are entire societies where women play a more important role. The villages of Sifreldar and Brunnhildar in Storm Peaks are entirely women that look down upon men. In the Night Elven culture, the women are warriors, spies, and priestesses, while men tend to become druids (more often than not). In High Elf/Bloof Elf culture the most famous people are the Windrunner sisters, who even had brothers that we know nearly nothing about. We haven't seen any males of the Succubi and Shivarra at all. Not to mention very important characters like Jaina, Tyrande, Azshara, Vashj, Therazane, Theradras, Moira, Aysa, Zaela, Aggra, etc.

    It is unfortunate that some people feel a woman has to be sexy in order to be a valid character. Personally, I felt Shek'zeer and Therazane were a couple of the most feared and respectable leaders. I wouldn't consider either of them culturally "sexy"...though I'm sure there are those that feel so. In short, it doesn't matter if a character itself is male or female unless they MAKE it matter. But, I wish there were more females in the world so NPC races seemed more "realistic".
    Bro therazanes like 15/10

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    Sha of Shame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomia View Post
    With 4 arms, look like men, and has Anorexia
    ...is that the best they can do?
    and again, its just a side character not even part of the lore

    Why didn't they made the final boss some badass sexy beautiful female? What is with all this steroid overdose men as raid bosses?
    I really, highly suggest you stop opening your mouth to speak. I'm not even going to touch upon the ridiculous amount of sexism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemons View Post
    Did you mean something like THIS?


    Is it weird that she looks exactly like my ex gf.

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    I get that the demographic is mostly male, but I wouldn't mind seeing more bad-ass female characters. Not physically attractive, not sexy, just bad-ass.
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    I'm not seeing any endemic problem here:

    Siege of Org: Sun Tenderheart/Zaela/one of the Dark Shamans = females represent

    Throne of Thunder: 6 males, 4 females, not a bad ratio

    Terrace of the Endless Spring: 4 males, 1 female, still not that terrible

    Heart of Fear: 4 males, 1 female, Mantid society imitates the real world Queen/male structure where there is only one female in the hive

    Mogu'shan Vaults: Feng, Gara'jal and Spirit Kings are all male, rest can't be counted as having genders

    Dragon Soul: Hagara vs. Ultrax, Deathwing and Warmaster

    Firelands: Beth'tilac/Alysrazor vs. Rag/Staghlem/Baleroc/Shannox

    Bastion of Twilight: Valiona/Sinestra vs. Rest

    Blackwing Descent: Ony vs. Atramedes/Maloriak/Nef

    Throne of the Four Winds: Sausage fest

    Icecrown: Lady Deathwhisper/Sindragosa/Valithiria/Blood Queen vs Arthas/Putricide/Princes/Suarfang

    ToC: Valkyrs/Female faction champs vs rest

    Ulduar: Auriaya/Freya vs. rest

    Naxx: CBF anymore

    TL;DR: Nobody cares

  14. #94
    cause men are generaly stronger and more evil in all of history it has been like that, besides the troll boss in ToT the twin consort, ji-kun is a female, empress in sha of fear. sylvanas is badass sexy sort of villain, sindergosa, the val'kyrs', jaine proudmore (ye shes evil if u didnt know) freya in ulduar, the catlady in ulduar etc.

  15. #95
    They are cooking meals for the male bosses obviously.

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    contact VIVID, maybe they come up with a porn flic.. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomia View Post
    They haven't been making female raid boss lately. Last time was when? Lich King Dungeon?
    We need some sexy cool looking badass villain in the game.

    What is with the favoritism for men? Women are either being ignored or just side characters. I got bored raiding giant scaly abnormal looking men.
    WOTLK? You my friend are blind

    CATA had "Hagara the Stormbinder"
    MIST had "Grand Empress Shek'zeer" and "Twin Consort"

    Sha of Lust? you want a Pink Sha?

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    I Always thought BQL as Kerrigan, which is pretty badass!

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