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Originally posted by sirphobos 1. Dwarves 2. Dwarves from some other game 3. Dwarves from yet another game
Originally posted by sirphobos
Originally posted by WhiteLantern I was going to say: Dwarves Dwarves and umm..Dwarfs But, I'm having a bad day and I don't especially feel like being abused by MikeB right now.
Originally posted by WhiteLantern
...I'm surrounded by dwarf lovers!
Still, I hope things turn around for you soon WhiteLantern!
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SWG - Rodian
WoW - Night Elf
STO - Klingon
Warhammer Online - Dwarf
Warhammer Online -Chaos
Warhammer Online - Dark Elves
Warhammer Online just had the best races period.Pity about a lot of the rest of the game.
With the exception above Elves and Dwarves both suck.8P
Dwarfs are just awesome
GW2 Norn - 9ft tall and 770lb of lean body mass in a Warrior and simply the best looking women in any game of any race. Winning combination.
WoW Tauren - The real good guys of Azeroth.
SWG Wookies - 'cause everbody loves Chewbacca.
In the "coming soon" dept. I am looking forward to the Granok of Wildstar but I better be able to equip or display a cigar or I will be asking for my money back.
All die, so die well.
Truly, Warhammer Online had some of the coolest races and classes. My Top 3 would be:
1. High Elves - Warhammer Online
2. Empire - Warhammer Online
3. Chaos- Warhammer Online
Originally posted by Jean-Luc_PicardOriginally posted by AlBQuirkyI agree with #2 and #3. #1... My first GW2 character was a Norn. I got him to max and rolled up a couple of Humans. I liked the Humans better than the Norns.
Personally the only modern MMORPG trend that annoys me is the idea that MMOs need to be designed in a way to attract people who don't actually like MMOs. Which to me makes about as much sense as someone trying to figure out a way to get vegetarians to eat at their steakhouse.- FARGIN_WAR
Originally posted by xeniar but Mike, Dwarfs are just awesome
Wow: Draenei, Elves, Humans.
Swtor: Human, SithPureblood, Chiss
G2w: Charr, Human, Sylvari
1. Everquest and EQ2 half elves. There was just something about this race that is hard to explain. Maybe it was the way the NPCs would taunt my character saying things like "half a man is a cripple, what is half an elf?" another taunt I can remember is "Half perfect, half disgusting." This left the impression that this wasn't some generic race I was playing but something with real Lore. Made me really feel like I was part of the world.
2. Lineage II Dark elves. I liked the fact that they weren't just rip offs of dungeons and dragons drow but had their own story specific lore. It felt like they were an ancient and proud race that was just trying to protect its land from encroaching and changing times. Even their goddess that protected them was dying or something. As the story progressed their city was actually destroyed and was turned into a dungeon.
3. Neverwinter Halflings mostly just because of the way they look. This is the way I always though halflings were supposed to be.
Originally posted by mari3k Originally posted by Jean-Luc_Picard Originally posted by AlBQuirky I agree with #2 and #3. #1... My first GW2 character was a Norn. I got him to max and rolled up a couple of Humans. I liked the Humans better than the Norns.
Out of all my max level characters, 75% are Norns (Warrior, Guardian and Ranger), and I have one human beside them... so you can guess I loved the lore and setting quite a bit
Tried all the other races but none grabbed me like Norn did.
I'd have liked Charr better if they were able to optionally walk on two legs like the Charr NPCs too.
The lore of the Norn is cool, I give you that. But they are damn ugly... second uglies race ever (after daoc - firbolgs)
If you think Norn women are ugly, then you must just generally not like women... ;-)
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EQ2 Fae - I just LOVED those cute dudes!
EQ2 Halfelfs - I liked the mix of human and Elf
DDO/Neverwinter Drow - whats not to like, hardcore Elves!
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Since no game has done a platypus based race yet.
WoW - Undead
Practically any game - Human
L2 - Elves and also Dwarves (mostly due to their ability to spoil and craft which the other races were not capable of)
1 Humans (any game )
2 Chaos Warhammer
and the classic human
(also Darkelfs from EQ1 were also a fond one for me)
I tend to like the unique races u dont see often over the typical ones usualy :P
Originally posted by Grimula there is Nothing cooler then a Tiny Little GNOME female warrior Main tank ...killing 300 foot tall dragons haha Main tanking Quarm as a GNOME Female warrior was sooooo much fun when EQ 1 was New GNOMES GNOMES GNOMES GNOMES !!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QR5y_VpHp8o Need mor sinzan's???
Originally posted by DMKano Humans. Since no game has done a platypus based race yet.
There isn't a "right" or "wrong" way to play, if you want to use a screwdriver to put nails into wood, have at it, simply don't complain when the guy next to you with the hammer is doing it much better and easier. - Allein"Graphics are often supplied by Engines that (some) MMORPG's are built in" - Spuffyre
Humans -- about 80% of all my characters in all games are human.
Half-Elves, especially EQ1.
The leggy anime boobasaur shown in the Cyber Monsters 2 ad. (really, wasn't there a general hue and cry to curtail such advertising on MMORPG.com just a few short weeks ago -- guess the almighty dollar won that one)?
Logic, my dear, merely enables one to be wrong with great authority.