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wowgrooveowl:

Old vs New models in WoD.   I like the improvements overall with the exception of the clefthoof and talbuk models.  For those two I prefer the older version.  
Tusks and horns on the clefthoof just don’t work for me.    He looks like an entirely different animal.   Want to change a design that much, go ahead and make it a subspecies, or a new creature.   I’ll be sad if all clefthoof hereafter are based off the newer tusked version.   However, alpha is alpha, and this may  just be a bull concept. 
The talbuk lost color definition with the muted stripes and loss of darkening on the muzzle/legs.  Also, his CHIN BEARD and upper neck ruffles are gone ~sadface~!   The widened chest gives him the appearance of being a slower creature, not an agile herd animal.
The ogre and wolf changes are a huge improve though.  Prophet Velen’s makeover is awesome, and there’s no contest with the new chimeras.  The spiked boars are fantastic, I can’t wait to see them lumbering though the landscape.I’m hoping that we’ll see some revamp models of the regular boar model (spikeless) and a new wolf model without saber-teeth later on.   Those particular versions weren’t prevalent in Burning Crusade, so I doubt we’d see them any time soon.   If I recall correctly most of the wolves seen in Burning Crusade were the worg model, rather than the coyote/wolf design (which has a more natural movement mechanic IMO).    What if the new wolf design was more intended for an update of the worg model, rather than the pictured model used by MMO-Champion?   Hmm….personally, I’d approve. wowgrooveowl:

Old vs New models in WoD.   I like the improvements overall with the exception of the clefthoof and talbuk models.  For those two I prefer the older version.  
Tusks and horns on the clefthoof just don’t work for me.    He looks like an entirely different animal.   Want to change a design that much, go ahead and make it a subspecies, or a new creature.   I’ll be sad if all clefthoof hereafter are based off the newer tusked version.   However, alpha is alpha, and this may  just be a bull concept. 
The talbuk lost color definition with the muted stripes and loss of darkening on the muzzle/legs.  Also, his CHIN BEARD and upper neck ruffles are gone ~sadface~!   The widened chest gives him the appearance of being a slower creature, not an agile herd animal.
The ogre and wolf changes are a huge improve though.  Prophet Velen’s makeover is awesome, and there’s no contest with the new chimeras.  The spiked boars are fantastic, I can’t wait to see them lumbering though the landscape.I’m hoping that we’ll see some revamp models of the regular boar model (spikeless) and a new wolf model without saber-teeth later on.   Those particular versions weren’t prevalent in Burning Crusade, so I doubt we’d see them any time soon.   If I recall correctly most of the wolves seen in Burning Crusade were the worg model, rather than the coyote/wolf design (which has a more natural movement mechanic IMO).    What if the new wolf design was more intended for an update of the worg model, rather than the pictured model used by MMO-Champion?   Hmm….personally, I’d approve. wowgrooveowl:

Old vs New models in WoD.   I like the improvements overall with the exception of the clefthoof and talbuk models.  For those two I prefer the older version.  
Tusks and horns on the clefthoof just don’t work for me.    He looks like an entirely different animal.   Want to change a design that much, go ahead and make it a subspecies, or a new creature.   I’ll be sad if all clefthoof hereafter are based off the newer tusked version.   However, alpha is alpha, and this may  just be a bull concept. 
The talbuk lost color definition with the muted stripes and loss of darkening on the muzzle/legs.  Also, his CHIN BEARD and upper neck ruffles are gone ~sadface~!   The widened chest gives him the appearance of being a slower creature, not an agile herd animal.
The ogre and wolf changes are a huge improve though.  Prophet Velen’s makeover is awesome, and there’s no contest with the new chimeras.  The spiked boars are fantastic, I can’t wait to see them lumbering though the landscape.I’m hoping that we’ll see some revamp models of the regular boar model (spikeless) and a new wolf model without saber-teeth later on.   Those particular versions weren’t prevalent in Burning Crusade, so I doubt we’d see them any time soon.   If I recall correctly most of the wolves seen in Burning Crusade were the worg model, rather than the coyote/wolf design (which has a more natural movement mechanic IMO).    What if the new wolf design was more intended for an update of the worg model, rather than the pictured model used by MMO-Champion?   Hmm….personally, I’d approve. wowgrooveowl:

Old vs New models in WoD.   I like the improvements overall with the exception of the clefthoof and talbuk models.  For those two I prefer the older version.  
Tusks and horns on the clefthoof just don’t work for me.    He looks like an entirely different animal.   Want to change a design that much, go ahead and make it a subspecies, or a new creature.   I’ll be sad if all clefthoof hereafter are based off the newer tusked version.   However, alpha is alpha, and this may  just be a bull concept. 
The talbuk lost color definition with the muted stripes and loss of darkening on the muzzle/legs.  Also, his CHIN BEARD and upper neck ruffles are gone ~sadface~!   The widened chest gives him the appearance of being a slower creature, not an agile herd animal.
The ogre and wolf changes are a huge improve though.  Prophet Velen’s makeover is awesome, and there’s no contest with the new chimeras.  The spiked boars are fantastic, I can’t wait to see them lumbering though the landscape.I’m hoping that we’ll see some revamp models of the regular boar model (spikeless) and a new wolf model without saber-teeth later on.   Those particular versions weren’t prevalent in Burning Crusade, so I doubt we’d see them any time soon.   If I recall correctly most of the wolves seen in Burning Crusade were the worg model, rather than the coyote/wolf design (which has a more natural movement mechanic IMO).    What if the new wolf design was more intended for an update of the worg model, rather than the pictured model used by MMO-Champion?   Hmm….personally, I’d approve. wowgrooveowl:

Old vs New models in WoD.   I like the improvements overall with the exception of the clefthoof and talbuk models.  For those two I prefer the older version.  
Tusks and horns on the clefthoof just don’t work for me.    He looks like an entirely different animal.   Want to change a design that much, go ahead and make it a subspecies, or a new creature.   I’ll be sad if all clefthoof hereafter are based off the newer tusked version.   However, alpha is alpha, and this may  just be a bull concept. 
The talbuk lost color definition with the muted stripes and loss of darkening on the muzzle/legs.  Also, his CHIN BEARD and upper neck ruffles are gone ~sadface~!   The widened chest gives him the appearance of being a slower creature, not an agile herd animal.
The ogre and wolf changes are a huge improve though.  Prophet Velen’s makeover is awesome, and there’s no contest with the new chimeras.  The spiked boars are fantastic, I can’t wait to see them lumbering though the landscape.I’m hoping that we’ll see some revamp models of the regular boar model (spikeless) and a new wolf model without saber-teeth later on.   Those particular versions weren’t prevalent in Burning Crusade, so I doubt we’d see them any time soon.   If I recall correctly most of the wolves seen in Burning Crusade were the worg model, rather than the coyote/wolf design (which has a more natural movement mechanic IMO).    What if the new wolf design was more intended for an update of the worg model, rather than the pictured model used by MMO-Champion?   Hmm….personally, I’d approve. wowgrooveowl:

Old vs New models in WoD.   I like the improvements overall with the exception of the clefthoof and talbuk models.  For those two I prefer the older version.  
Tusks and horns on the clefthoof just don’t work for me.    He looks like an entirely different animal.   Want to change a design that much, go ahead and make it a subspecies, or a new creature.   I’ll be sad if all clefthoof hereafter are based off the newer tusked version.   However, alpha is alpha, and this may  just be a bull concept. 
The talbuk lost color definition with the muted stripes and loss of darkening on the muzzle/legs.  Also, his CHIN BEARD and upper neck ruffles are gone ~sadface~!   The widened chest gives him the appearance of being a slower creature, not an agile herd animal.
The ogre and wolf changes are a huge improve though.  Prophet Velen’s makeover is awesome, and there’s no contest with the new chimeras.  The spiked boars are fantastic, I can’t wait to see them lumbering though the landscape.I’m hoping that we’ll see some revamp models of the regular boar model (spikeless) and a new wolf model without saber-teeth later on.   Those particular versions weren’t prevalent in Burning Crusade, so I doubt we’d see them any time soon.   If I recall correctly most of the wolves seen in Burning Crusade were the worg model, rather than the coyote/wolf design (which has a more natural movement mechanic IMO).    What if the new wolf design was more intended for an update of the worg model, rather than the pictured model used by MMO-Champion?   Hmm….personally, I’d approve. wowgrooveowl:

Old vs New models in WoD.   I like the improvements overall with the exception of the clefthoof and talbuk models.  For those two I prefer the older version.  
Tusks and horns on the clefthoof just don’t work for me.    He looks like an entirely different animal.   Want to change a design that much, go ahead and make it a subspecies, or a new creature.   I’ll be sad if all clefthoof hereafter are based off the newer tusked version.   However, alpha is alpha, and this may  just be a bull concept. 
The talbuk lost color definition with the muted stripes and loss of darkening on the muzzle/legs.  Also, his CHIN BEARD and upper neck ruffles are gone ~sadface~!   The widened chest gives him the appearance of being a slower creature, not an agile herd animal.
The ogre and wolf changes are a huge improve though.  Prophet Velen’s makeover is awesome, and there’s no contest with the new chimeras.  The spiked boars are fantastic, I can’t wait to see them lumbering though the landscape.I’m hoping that we’ll see some revamp models of the regular boar model (spikeless) and a new wolf model without saber-teeth later on.   Those particular versions weren’t prevalent in Burning Crusade, so I doubt we’d see them any time soon.   If I recall correctly most of the wolves seen in Burning Crusade were the worg model, rather than the coyote/wolf design (which has a more natural movement mechanic IMO).    What if the new wolf design was more intended for an update of the worg model, rather than the pictured model used by MMO-Champion?   Hmm….personally, I’d approve. wowgrooveowl:

Old vs New models in WoD.   I like the improvements overall with the exception of the clefthoof and talbuk models.  For those two I prefer the older version.  
Tusks and horns on the clefthoof just don’t work for me.    He looks like an entirely different animal.   Want to change a design that much, go ahead and make it a subspecies, or a new creature.   I’ll be sad if all clefthoof hereafter are based off the newer tusked version.   However, alpha is alpha, and this may  just be a bull concept. 
The talbuk lost color definition with the muted stripes and loss of darkening on the muzzle/legs.  Also, his CHIN BEARD and upper neck ruffles are gone ~sadface~!   The widened chest gives him the appearance of being a slower creature, not an agile herd animal.
The ogre and wolf changes are a huge improve though.  Prophet Velen’s makeover is awesome, and there’s no contest with the new chimeras.  The spiked boars are fantastic, I can’t wait to see them lumbering though the landscape.I’m hoping that we’ll see some revamp models of the regular boar model (spikeless) and a new wolf model without saber-teeth later on.   Those particular versions weren’t prevalent in Burning Crusade, so I doubt we’d see them any time soon.   If I recall correctly most of the wolves seen in Burning Crusade were the worg model, rather than the coyote/wolf design (which has a more natural movement mechanic IMO).    What if the new wolf design was more intended for an update of the worg model, rather than the pictured model used by MMO-Champion?   Hmm….personally, I’d approve. 

wowgrooveowl:

Old vs New models in WoD.   

I like the improvements overall with the exception of the clefthoof and talbuk models.  For those two I prefer the older version.  

Tusks and horns on the clefthoof just don’t work for me.    He looks like an entirely different animal.   Want to change a design that much, go ahead and make it a subspecies, or a new creature.   I’ll be sad if all clefthoof hereafter are based off the newer tusked version.   However, alpha is alpha, and this may  just be a bull concept. 

The talbuk lost color definition with the muted stripes and loss of darkening on the muzzle/legs.  Also, his CHIN BEARD and upper neck ruffles are gone ~sadface~!   The widened chest gives him the appearance of being a slower creature, not an agile herd animal.

The ogre and wolf changes are a huge improve though.  Prophet Velen’s makeover is awesome, and there’s no contest with the new chimeras.  The spiked boars are fantastic, I can’t wait to see them lumbering though the landscape.

I’m hoping that we’ll see some revamp models of the regular boar model (spikeless) and a new wolf model without saber-teeth later on.   Those particular versions weren’t prevalent in Burning Crusade, so I doubt we’d see them any time soon.   

If I recall correctly most of the wolves seen in Burning Crusade were the worg model, rather than the coyote/wolf design (which has a more natural movement mechanic IMO).    

What if the new wolf design was more intended for an update of the worg model, rather than the pictured model used by MMO-Champion?   Hmm….personally, I’d approve.