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Posted: Mar 25th 2011 2:42PM (Unverified) said

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Nice The Office reference XD

Posted: Mar 25th 2011 3:02PM MrsAngelD said

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Of the MMO's I have played thus far, I would have to say LOTRO does the best at cosmetics hands down. I know a few MMO's that need to take notes from them in this department.(I'm looking at you WOW).

Posted: Mar 25th 2011 3:32PM Vagrant Zero said

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@MrsAngelD If WoW ever did that every single last person would grab Judgement gear. Everything else looks like shit.
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Posted: Mar 25th 2011 3:39PM MrsAngelD said

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@Vagrant Zero In your opinion. Also don't forget about the cosmetics they have from the various festivals. Which as of right now, just sit and take up storage space. There are some nice dresses that I've collected, but it's a major pita to have to swap into them. I don't want to have to carry them around me and lose bag space. I want to have them cosmetically slotted so I can wear them over my armor.

So while you might only wear one armor set, there are plenty of folks who would do otherwise.
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Posted: Mar 25th 2011 3:38PM Chris Atlas said

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Definitley worth checking the item drops from mobs. The stats on dropped items are usually pretty poor but sometimes the look is great. Same goes for the 'white' trash items you get from pick pocketing mobs.

Posted: Mar 25th 2011 3:46PM Lenn said

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I love tinkering with the cosmetic outfit slots as well. But rather than going for flashy, I always go for the more subdued look, especially on my hunter and warden. They're outdoors people, camping out in the wild for days on end. They're not going to be very comfortable wearing brightly-coloured robes and cloaks. So I always use pieces of simple leather armour, dyed in umber, olive and ranger green (my new favourite hue). It's absolutely true that some of the more unique styles can be found as random drops. I never, ever sell anything off, unless I already have it.

Posted: Mar 25th 2011 3:48PM Razorbliss said

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@Vagrant Zero I would have to agree with MrsAngelD. To assume your opinion is the opinion of 12 million WoW subscribers is a quite arrogant. Also if your opinion was true there wouldn't have been so many discussions on the WoW forums over the years in regards to cosmetic slots and dyes being wanted by the players.

Posted: Mar 30th 2011 5:47AM Vagrant Zero said

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@Razorbliss If I spoke for all 12 Million WoW players...the world would have a lot less white noise.
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Posted: Mar 30th 2011 3:23PM Razorbliss said

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@Vagrant Zero Once again just your opinion and that still doesn't make it a fact.
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Posted: Mar 25th 2011 3:50PM Razorbliss said

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Ignore the "a" placed between "is" and "quite" in my previous comment...lol

Posted: Mar 25th 2011 3:51PM Lenn said

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And it's Darzil, by the way. Not Drazil.

Posted: Mar 25th 2011 7:31PM dudes said

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They sure aren't going DDO with scantily clad female armour. Er, I saw it didn't wear it. Cough.

Posted: Mar 30th 2011 3:20PM Razorbliss said

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Once again just your opinion and that still doesn't make it a fact.
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Posted: Mar 30th 2011 3:22PM Razorbliss said

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@Razorbliss Sorry that comment was for Vagrant not Dudes. Somehow it placedit in the wrong place.
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Posted: Mar 30th 2011 1:56PM Naveras said

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Sarvdir (the above fella) is actually in my kin and I try to routinely do outfit events to make raiding a bit more fun. We've had a Lotr character dress up, and these two brought Saruman and Wormtongue. It was, quite realistic. -> http://i805.photobucket.com/albums/yy333/WolvesofLandroval/wormtongueandsaur1.png

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