dangittttt i wanna play guild wars 2 again and be a big cow-cat lady
@SuperCee Why not do so IRL instead? ^_^
@porsupah because i can't be a big cow-cat in real life. :(
@SuperCee Fake fur can accomplish wonders. ^_^ (Helps *hugely* if you've got the space for fursuit construction, of course. Also depends what head construction - 3D printing a skull's much tidier than foam carving =:)
@porsupah oh good lord no i don't be doing any of that lol. i thought you had a magic pill or something
@SuperCee It's not so difficult! ^_^
@SuperCee (If only! I'd be twitching my nose in no time =:)
@SuperCee That's one thing Second Life got so right: no real limits on who or what you can be. And so /many/ options: if you want to be a bunny, there's a multitude of avs to choose from. Of course, that complete open-endedness means it has no intrinsic goals, either - that's up to communities.
@SuperCee Ugh god same. Warcraft in particular is super bad about it. Miss me with these green super models you call orcs. XD
@SangriaSnake was just talking about the wow stuff and that's what made me rant lol. It's so annoying. even the taurens who i love are So gendered in such typical ways and i hate it
@SuperCee Also wish they would stop designing their female villains like Bayonetta. Seriously they are all like 70% leg. Look I'm all for the whole "sexy sorceress" look on occasion, I mean it's kind my aesthetic. But you can't make ALL of them like that. XD
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