05 April 2010

What are the differences between boys and girls?

Seriously.

I'm doing Noblegarden as part of what a long strange trip.  As I write this, I am doing Shake Your Bunny-Maker.  As many of you know, I have to find female toons of every race, lvl 18+.  The problem is I hardly PVP, and even when I do - I pay no attention to the different models for the different genders.

I have discovered I have no idea for some races what is a boy and what is a girl.  This is made worse by many helms and armor - to my eye at least - disguising any differences.  I am sure that players of those races can tell, but I cant. With semi-random brute force I have got 3/5 horde races, and I am sure I will get the rest.

It just feels weird not knowing the difference between a boy and a girl.

3 comments:

  1. I totally agree with you, and when they are in armour etc its impossible to see what they are... Wowwiki has a macro that you can use to help you decide who to shake your spring flowers over...

    Linkage - http://www.wowwiki.com/Noblegarden

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  2. Try getting the Overachiever addon from curse.com. It will display if the toon you hover your mouse over needs spring flowers or any of the other achievements.

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  3. Thanks all. I did get it last night by brute force (and a lovely lovely orc girl not wearing a helmet). Mind you - any orc girl would have been lovely by that stage.

    However, I just might get that overacheiver addon.

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