yeah, they have to eat copious amounts of food to be able to lift that much weight.
Ah, Diablo 2 is canon so anything that doesn’t resemble that is bad. That’s a new argument to me, my bad!
Female is a porker. Sorry, not sorry.
They are fat. Fat isn’t a bad word. Quit being weird.
Druid is a perfect burly man, and fits the savage beast theme.
Wouldn’t change a thing.
Sounds like a bunch of blood elf whiners from wow in here. Go play your effeminate looking characters.
Tell that to these people.
I understand that a little cushion makes sense if you are going for realism, but dear god all the druids are pushing 300 lbs. Think of the horses.
What about female druid?
female is fat. not other way to put it.
the male is fine. they just need at least another hairstyle and perhaps another preset face.
female however is horrible. they are obese. makes not sense, considering a druid knows about herbs, and most walk long distances around the forest. she looks like the baker’s wife.
Yeah this is where pay for convenience is gonna happen after release, you want good character options and different weight options expect it to be 800% value in the D4 shop as an incentive lol
The men have a strongman build. The women are just straight fatties.
Then why do the female druids look just like them? It’s like they just got lazy and used the barbarian model for both classes.
actually they don’t use the same model. barbarians got a different body, bulky but surely not the same as the druid.
Druid just turns into horse problem solved.
perfect example of how holywood made us think thin was healthy. I used to be selfconseious of my weight at 250 6’1 until my wife pointed out how strong I was moving heavy items at work. Of course i could lose a little weight but I dont want to have a movie star body which i think looks bad myself
Druid broke too many horses backs with weight then got fat from eating too much horse meat.
and they got the faces only a devoted mother could love.
Strongman builds require a ton of food to maintain, like massive amounts.
Now, in a world that’s on the brink of death and resources are scarces, where is this food coming from?
I think the answer is in the question. It’s not “where is all this food coming from?”, it’s “this is where all the food is going”.