Neoseeker : News : World of Warcraft female Night Elf model redesign, beauty, wildness and danger recaptured
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RabidChinaGirl May 16, 14
Digging the teeth. Really nice detail. Muscle tone is more pronounced, curves marginally less so.
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S-I-E May 16, 14
i already see two big improvements!
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Xperious May 16, 14
Think imma buy some time and start playing again.. Been dying to do some pvp with my lock Budburn.
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Solx May 17, 14
I wonder how much the new textures will impact the system requirements.
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Avalith May 21, 14
quote Solx
I wonder how much the new textures will impact the system requirements.

They did say that they're working to have the least possible impact, but WoW isn't known for being subtle. The various effects flying around will be what gets most people. I can't even do some LFR fights on my laptop with everything turned down because of all the graphical effects flying around when I had no problem in Dragon Soul doing every fight on high settings.
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Corruption May 21, 14
They're including an option in WoD to turn off everybody's spell effects except your own, Avalith so that problem will probably go away as well. And, iirc, there will also be an option to use the old player models for people who prefer them over the new or whose computers simply can't handle the new settings.
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Avalith May 21, 14
They'll have to be careful with that or a lot of people won't stand in Healing Rain or a druid's circle/mushrooms because they can't see it.
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Solx May 22, 14
quote Avalith
They'll have to be careful with that or a lot of people won't stand in Healing Rain or a druid's circle/mushrooms because they can't see it.
Bliz could just turn off offensive spell effects when in non-pvp events.
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