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I noticed something not so long time ago about the ears of my rogue (blood elf). Lets take as an exemple, a goblin, a night elf,a troll or a tauren, when they show their helm, their ears or horns actually still show no matter the helm they are currently wearing (whats normal since its hard to hide such things ^^) but on my blood elf, their is some helm where i can still see my ears, (S4 helm, warlock S9 helm) but for some i cant (S9 rogue, S9 mage, etc...), and i must say it looks a bit weird to not have the ears going out of some helm, its like, something is missing, it looks all empty. And since all others races dont have this problem, i come here to ask you this : Could I please get my ears back? :)
Just let them appear on every helm like for the other races i mentionned.
Thanks in advance.
Edited by Célia on 22/01/2011 16:37 GMT
Agreed, it is so annoying! There is virtually no difference between elves showing helms and humans.
Back in Burning Crusade every helm was "pierced" for our ears, but since WotlK the devs responsible for our gears, have become really lazy.
Fire them all.
That's not strictly true.
Certain open faced helms on goblins cause their ears to disappear too - unless this has been changed recently.
no one said it was all helmets.. why do you think im using this one? :)
its just sad if i find a better helm, but when i put it on, my ears will get cut.. its just like when you lvl up with some really cool looking epic gear and then you find some green items that has better stats but makes you look like a clown.. you dont wanna replace your gear with that but you're kinda forced to cause its better.
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