USA.- Content World of Warcraft’s Trading Post has had some amazing rewards to earn each month. The feature hasn’t exactly started working, though, as it’s had a mountain of bugs and issues since it launched in February. While most of them have been addressed over time, one fan has figured out the ultimate sin when he wears the hat. Bicorne del Pirata Dread in his female character Gnome.
The player went to Reddit to lament his discovery, showing that the Terror Pirate’s Bicorne was not so much a hat, but some sort of weird visor. Clipping issues are common in games that feature races of different appearances and shapes, but most don’t allow the player’s head to literally appear through the hat.
Fans have been having a good laugh about it on social media. Gnomes always seem to be the butt of jokes in World of Warcraft, and many people have said that the Bicorne of Dread Pirate it just works as intended. Some point out that the developers of Blizzard obviously they don’t play as Gnomes because the race always has the strangest of problems. Gnomes have dealt with a host of problems over the years, including a Burning Crusade dungeon that forced them to swim in certain areas that other races might walk through.
Some Gnome players have reported that the issue with the Dread Pirate’s Bicorne is not as noticeable on their characters, and seems to depend on the hairstyle or customizations chosen for the specific toon. However, everyone agrees that ear cropping is consistent, although hats in WoW have always had this problem. In fact, the helmet in the MMO basically gives any race a buzz cut, as no part of the hair is shown below them, a feature that its competitor withFinal Fantasy XIV, he has done much better over the years.
World of Warcraft is an old game, and there are certain limitations in the engine that produce some interesting visuals. While this one is a bit extreme, a lot of people have found the humor in it, and it definitely brings a smile to our faces, though maybe Blizzard will fix it soon for this player.
Source: Pure Show