04/27/2011 01:09 PMPosted by Galbrei... ok, maybe that doesn't help the raid, but it doesn't hurt either!
Please explain to me how a troll dancing does not help the raid.
04/28/2011 04:16 PMPosted by Sheehan
Like female dwarves, for instance?
At least none of my parts are missing.
On the upside, you have one jaw more than many of your kind, so that's something I guess.
FASTER FASTER FASTER04/28/2011 04:09 PMPosted by KaivaxI would love a reasoning behind why but alas, I doubt I'll ever get an explanation.
Cast your doubts aside!
Dancing while in combat was disabled to fix some unfortunate animation bugs. For example, several races do a torso twist as part of their special attack animation, and that would go haywire when the character was also trying to dance.
Part of what makes WoW a compelling experience is the sense of immersion in this alternate world, and that is a sense that can be disrupted by graphic glitches.
We definitely hear the outcry over the dancing in combat. Our tactic is going to be to try to let characters dance while they are in combat, and always break the dance when a foe is engaged (so you could dance while in combat, but only when your character is idle). We are just starting to investigate this solution, but I can assure you that it is being evaluated. I’ve heard that directly from the mouths of the devs.
Having said that, we realize there are plenty of other areas in the game where the art can get into a less than optimal state, and nobody should assume that we just don’t care about those – they are all on the radar.
04/28/2011 04:09 PMPosted by KaivaxPart of what makes WoW a compelling experience is the sense of immersion in this alternate world, and that is a sense that can be disrupted by graphic glitches.
04/28/2011 04:38 PMPosted by AgriasGlad you guys are responding to issues that don't have anything to do with numbers or who's overpowered at the moment.
04/28/2011 04:17 PMPosted by ShandriePart of what makes WoW a compelling experience is the sense of immersion in this alternate world, and that is a sense that can be disrupted by graphic glitches.
Are you aware of the graphical glitch with female Draenei and turning left or right while standing still?
Sure, but we also have limited time on our hands or possibly interest in dealing with these people because they don't bother to inform us that they might need help. Almost none of the people in my groups (before or after patch) have ever spoken up to say, "Hey I don't know this place." until we've wiped and we have to question them ourselves, even then oftentimes they'll ignore us and continue to keep dying (or killing us) to the same thing, prompting an eventual kick.
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