#mageproblems

Once upon a time, whenever you went into a dungeon where you had to look human (i.e., the Escape from Durnholde), what you wound up looking like was based off your character’s present features.  It was always neat to see how your choices changed your “human” self.  Take, for example, Ailabeth.  Her “human” form is in fact remarkably like how I picture her before she became Forsaken.
Ailabeth as a Human

Ailabeth as a Human
According to the Escape from Durnholde.
Should that be DARNholde? Maybe.

But ever since The Patch before Pandaria, all women have the same hairstyle in black and the same face with blue eyes.  It’s perhaps worse for the guys, since every last one of ‘em is bald and bearded.  I did, however, just notice this while running The Culling of Stratholme on Centina:

#mageproblems

#mageproblems

My mirror images are mirroring a past self!

In other news, it appears that even non-mages can have moments of arcane brilliance when it comes to other languages:

Ripsnarl's Bilingual

I Guess Being a Worgen IS a Curse
It enables Ripsnarl to speak Demonic! Who knew?

 

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