Female armor: seriously lacking

#11JDood5491Posted 3/26/2014 4:41:30 AM
Lol this topic. Women aren't just objects created for you to get satisfaction over.

Even the desert set with the high heels is completely unnecessary IMO and just feels like fanservice more than anything.
#12psostrife2000Posted 3/26/2014 4:41:44 AM
Desert sorceress set
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#13BurnsDepartmentPosted 3/26/2014 4:42:18 AM
Lost me completely at "Desert Sorceress top is good", but don't get me wrong, I was hanging by a thread before.

I'm glad you don't get many completely ridiculous armours for folk who want everything to be softcore porn, and my only regret is that given your title, it evidently hasn't taught you that not everyone wants that.
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#14kingtracePosted 3/26/2014 4:42:33 AM
JDood5491 posted...
Lol this topic. Women aren't just objects created for you to get satisfaction over.

Even the desert set with the high heels is completely unnecessary IMO and just feels like fanservice more than anything.


Well, the armor serves a purpose for those who originally wore it, and as an added bonus it doesn't suddenly become boots, shorts, and a tank top when you slap it on a dude.
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#15PsychomuPosted 3/26/2014 4:42:45 AM
You might be surprised to learn that, if there was plated "boob armor" as it were, directing blows to the center of your sternum is up there in terms of pretty bad ideas. Practicality saves lives.

Fortunately this is a video game, so you can still be flashy AND practical. I recommend the throne watcher chest. Even though the watcher is male, it's pretty much my favorite chest for a female character.
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#16alspackaPosted 3/26/2014 4:43:37 AM
kingtrace posted...
ABlyr posted...
kingtrace posted...
The sexism in this topic makes me sad.

Once a female is wearing it, it becomes female's armor. Or, at the very least, armor for that female.


Don't read too far into the topic, bro. I get what he's asking exactly.

All of the armor in the game gives you a male figure (broad shoulders, no curves, etc.) while the female NPC's definitely look more feminine in their armor.

Definitely lacking, but I figured From just didn't want to model 2 items for every piece of armor in the game, which is understandable.


Are you seriously suggesting that the armor sets be edit individually by gender?

Let's just ignore the amount of work that would take, please explain to me why my female Warrior needs her armor to show off the fact she has hips, a bust, and thin shoulders.


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#17SephardPosted 3/26/2014 4:44:45 AM
I would have no problems with hips
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#18BurnsDepartmentPosted 3/26/2014 4:45:44 AM
Blyr posted...
kingtrace posted...
The sexism in this topic makes me sad.

Once a female is wearing it, it becomes female's armor. Or, at the very least, armor for that female.


Don't read too far into the topic, bro. I get what he's asking exactly.

All of the armor in the game gives you a male figure (broad shoulders, no curves, etc.)


Aye.
That's called armour, and that's what it looks like. It's not a male figure, it's an anyone-in-armour figure, and I'm glad From kept to it.
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#19VegaGG(Topic Creator)Posted 3/26/2014 4:46:18 AM
To all those who think fashion is dump:
WHY even let us then make female characters then? WHY choose?
Do you really think that everyone should wear gyrm's set and trade brofists?

No. Need more variety.
#20kingtracePosted 3/26/2014 4:47:12 AM
alspacka posted...
kingtrace posted...
ABlyr posted...
kingtrace posted...
The sexism in this topic makes me sad.

Once a female is wearing it, it becomes female's armor. Or, at the very least, armor for that female.


Don't read too far into the topic, bro. I get what he's asking exactly.

All of the armor in the game gives you a male figure (broad shoulders, no curves, etc.) while the female NPC's definitely look more feminine in their armor.

Definitely lacking, but I figured From just didn't want to model 2 items for every piece of armor in the game, which is understandable.


Are you seriously suggesting that the armor sets be edit individually by gender?

Let's just ignore the amount of work that would take, please explain to me why my female Warrior needs her armor to show off the fact she has hips, a bust, and thin shoulders.


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Okay, I think the point is flying past you. The guy who posted this is saying the reason he thinks that From didn't do this is because of the amount of work it would take to make two models for every armor set.

He is implying very heavily that he would like female armor to look different than male armor in this post, which is what I am raising my eyebrow about.
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