View Poll Results: Should Blizzard allow more toggle options for armor?

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  • No. Helm and cloak toggles are enough for me.

    56 20.97%
  • Yes. There should be more toggle options like shoulders, gloves belts, etc.

    167 62.55%
  • Meh. I dont care either way.

    44 16.48%

Thread: Shoulder Armor

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  1. #101
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    Quote Originally Posted by SylvanElf View Post
    Also, Diablo has dyes, why can't WoW? (I know D3 was designed with it; RGB alpha masks 'n stuff...)
    Sadly: yes. :/

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    I like the idea of being able to hide one shoulder pad. Hiding both would make some sets look slightly odd, or maybe bland.
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    I want a option that you can have 1 shoulder pad instead of 2 shoulder pads, like some npcs have!
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    Goddamn it, Gimlix, why do you keep making these threads?
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    Goddamn it, Gimlix, why do you keep making these threads?

  4. #104
    Quote Originally Posted by SylvanElf View Post
    Also, Diablo has dyes, why can't WoW? (I know D3 was designed with it; RGB alpha masks 'n stuff...)
    I really wish they'd put the entirety of diablos aesthetic system into wow.

    How when you pick up items you unlock the mog, and the dyes themselves besides vanishing dye, which would be supplemented by the options to turn off certain bits.

  5. #105
    Quote Originally Posted by Gimlix View Post
    I want a option that you can have 1 shoulder pad instead of 2 shoulder pads, like some npcs have!
    Erm... there are several WoW shoulders with a single pauldron model; That's what I use on my set, mostly because I'd rather not display shoulder armor at all...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SylvanElf View Post
    Erm... there are several WoW shoulders with a single pauldron model; That's what I use on my set, mostly because I'd rather not display shoulder armor at all...
    Right, there's a very small handful of them, a couple leather models and their recolors and an older, outdated mail model. He's referring to many NPCs in the game who have been given the one-pauldren appearance with plate armor or others that don't currently offer that option to players. Hell, there's even an NPC in the Alliance shrine (and I'm sure other places I've missed) that has mismatched pauldrens which looks awesome, but let's not get ahead of ourselves, lol.

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  7. #107
    I like the idea of being able to transmog each shoulder individually.

    For those who want single shoulders, you can transmog it to an invisible shoulder item, but asymmetry among shoulder pads has always been well received by the audience. Most of the best looking tier sets have them.

  8. #108
    I like all the ideas in the thread. Especially transmogging individual shoulders. Would open up a lot of possibilities. May not be the easiest thing to implement now though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apokalypce View Post
    The more interaction the more I enjoy. Toggling armor graphics would be awesome.
    Agreed. Works in WS and RIFT. Dunno why it wouldn't be any different than transmog, other than not costing gold.

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