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"It's going to be colorful and diverse!" This is how Blizzard introduces the new customizations for character creation in World of Warcraft. The classic races such as humans, orcs and blood elves will be allowed to choose between many new hairstyles, skin and hair colors with the next expansion. This will make game heroes look more unique and individual than before. However, the Allied races will have to be patient, as they have only recently entered the game and their graphical appearance is still quite "fresh". For the impatient among you, there is already a visual treat in the form of a fan concept.
silverleaf2520 presents his work to the WoW community on the web and shows how easy it would be to graphically upgrade the Allied Races.
Basically, only a few tweaks are needed for Void Elves, Nightborn, Lightforged Draenei and Highmountain Tauren to make them look a bit edgier and more versatile. In addition to new skin colors that come across much more realistic, we also get to see fancy eye colors. The highlight of the concept is the eye variations of the void elves. The black pupils and the eyes of the Old God N'Zoth are particularly eerie! But judge the artist's suggestions for yourself.Skin and eyes colors concepts for allied races by me. Would you like to see allied races getting more customizations as well with Shadowland? from r/wow
The feedback for the small work of art is consistently positive among other Warcraft fans. No wonder, after all, the allied races in World of Warcraft (buy now 14,99 € ) have many fans. What do you think? Do you like the concept? And what character customization would you like to see for your Elf, Draenei, or Tauren hero?Support buffed - it only takes a minute. Thank you!
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