Jonesing For An Update

As I flew over Undercity on my way to Scholo, I noticed just how impressive the ruins actually are. It’s been almost a decade since my first visit to the old capital but if I remember correctly, the exterior was only updated in Cataclysm.

That’s when I noticed some of the more interesting historical aspects of the place. It’s really quite impressive when you take the time to look around but as I went to explore one of the towers, I noticed something odd about my leg.

Blizz, what’s with the double-jointed twitch? I always noticed one leg hovering lower than the other but I guess I never looked this closely before. I’ll just put it towards another thing to fix during the model update. Here’s hoping the female Blood Elf will be just as good (if not better) than the new Draenei model and I just love the racially themed underwear. I foresee gemstones in my bikini.

But first, here’s a new Cymre Jones outfit since I’ve never been entirely happy with her sets before – at least ones I can actually wear. I guess this is what she might be wearing if she still had that chestpiece as an all cloth set.

Cymre Jones-547cloth

and then I’ve always loved this leather chestpiece.

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Hmm, doesn’t quite mesh. Times like this I wish we had more stylish shoes like the ones found below in WMV.

Cymre Jones-547

In the meantime, here’s a compromise. Funnily enough, I couldn’t find the pant model in v0.7.0.5 and the more recent version had issues displaying any of my models but thanks to Photoshop, it’s looking better and better.

Author: Cymre

A disc priest and relic hunter who loves collecting achievements, silver dragon shots and pets. Other hobbies include transmog / costumes, novelty items, class sets as well as all things pets.

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  1. Some big ol’ Timberline boots or Doc Marten’s would be just the thing! Super cute

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    • Thanks! I actually have some Timberland boots but they weren’t that comfortable so I haven’t worn them for years. On the other hand, I had a pair of loafers which I kept for (what seemed like) 20 years after getting them resoled every couple of years.

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