kinda like Thrall but with new animations and stuff. it should stand up straight not like a peon. what do you guys think?
That's probably not gonna happen. Blizzard said they were gonna try and retain as much of the old feel of the vanilla (and TBC) models as they can, so that means there'll still be hunched orcs and draenei females with short stubby shitty excuses for a tail and recolored blood elven babyfaces.
I'd like to hope that they're going to allow far more customization of the actual model frame than before, So I'd like to think we'd get a choice between the hunch and no hunch like thrall.
The new animation is already something that would make me so happy, Those Garrosh animations are just 100x better then current ones.
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I dunno. I LOVE the animations, but the model looks a bit dopey looking.
Also, i know he's meant to be big and muscular, but without a scale, the model looks more like its short and stocky instead. Maybe its because his feet are 3 times the size of his head.
I like them hunched...
They're cuter that way.
Hunched over bulky orcs are the image of Orc in Warcraft and always has been. Thrall is just overly glorified. Making them unhunched would take so much from the game in my opinion, they'd be too similar to alliance races.
Though, I have to admit that even with the hunch, Garrosh does not look half as bad as I thought. I could actually get used to the hunch if the models are like that. That said, I would still prefer the choice between standing straight and being hunched. It would make a lot of people happy, I reckon.
Garrosh of course has his unique model, so players will never look so buffed like him, but I guess this is what are we going to play.
Still not so straight pose, but not hunched like peon.
BTW is this look like Alliance for you?
Anythings going to be better without that god dam peon hunch.
Honestly, I would not complain if Garrosh was the new orc model.
It's so detailed...
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