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Very interesting.

I'll make good use of this, merci!

 

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tbh if ur playing a night elf u got the right to .mod scale 1.1 tbh just do it baby get towering

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I've began updating the post, it sorely needed it in every possible way.

Will add a slightly faster, alternative way of doing the calculations using inches instead of centimeters, thanks to @Nilith for pointing out it was missing.


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Annual reminder that the standard scale for a Mok'Nathal is 1.6.

Thank you.

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On 5/27/2019 at 6:22 PM, Aelle said:

Annual reminder that the standard scale for a Mok'Nathal is 1.6.

Thank you.

Considering that 1.6 for a male orc is ~11 feet and the lore height for male ogres varying between 6 and 12 feet, I wouldn't say that's very accurate to lore. :')


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Lore is bendy. =3

All Mok'Nathal NPCs that appear ingame are 1.6 scale. =)

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On 5/30/2019 at 7:32 PM, Aelle said:

Lore is bendy. =3

All Mok'Nathal NPCs that appear ingame are 1.6 scale. =)

Yea but Mok'nathal have always been the middle ground between orc and ogre, hence they shouldn't be taller than most ogres.

And all those NPCs are from TBC-era, aka they were scaled up for the cool factor, not lore factor. Rexxar in BfA is much shorter than the TBC Mok'nathal, shorter than a tauren even, so if anything he's the most accurate and up to date.


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