Also, the male models in most games (especially world of warcraft) look like utterly stupid bodybuilders. TOTALLY suited for rangers and magic characters...oplinger said:>.> I think the way you worded it is a bit silly. Playing premade characters isn't weird...so why would anyone care? Like in fighting games...if a girl fits my play style...I'll be a girl.
Now people who create characters of opposite genders might just be speaking volumes about the way they think. ..Not that they need to be questioned. But I think a guy making a Skyrim character to look like his dream girl might be a little out of touch, I don't think it requires a looking in to.
I play both genders because I slightly believe in gender roles in games. Not that I think women belong in the kitchen, but women are typically more agile than guys >> so they work better as rangers, or casters. ..and you know..all that physiological stuff.
THERE. Made my own entertainment.
Except OP posted on the previous page. Ten hours before you, sure, but still recently enough.distortedreality said:
Barely related, I installed Skyrim the other day (hadn't played it before then) and I decided to try the character creator to see how it is. I picked a Dunmer female, and went on with the customization. Well, generally I found lots of options to be too in-depth for my taste, but all in all it wasn't that bad. Then I reached the Body customization, I thought she looked a bit on the skinny side, so I wanted to give her more meat on the bones, so she looked more normal. To my surprise, the dial was all the way to the right. Ugh. I could only make her skinnier than that.templar1138a said:I only question it if the player is male, they've set the breasts and/or hips to maximum size, and they deliberately choose armor pieces that show as much skin as possible.