I have noticed a tendency for some to discard WildStar totally based on seeing a "bunny girl" - reading Massively comments. How much is the "bunny girls" presence effect your view of WildStar, are you here because of Aurins, despite of Aurins, does it matter to you at all (since there is obviously other races, so why be a dork about one in particular)? Since rat people and cat people (and even frog people) are popular in games like EQ and EQ2, I am wondering if the particular dislike to bunny people is related to hares/rabbits being prey animal. Maybe some females or most females can relate and identify better with the race due to that aspect, while some men find it harder if not totally unacceptable to have a prey animal as a possible inspiration for a character? Maybe I am putting too much into it, but I can not help but wonder if there is a direct transference from the type of animal inspiration to the dislike some has to "bunny girls" Adding to that, there was an uproar about Pandarians, when the race was first announced, and some people still gripe about it (instead of just moving on). Panda npc race has been part of EQ2 for years, hardly a novelty, and some of the pics from WoW makes them look like lean mean fighting machines. But pandas are endangered animals, so maybe, just maybe, the gut reflex dislike there is related to the same element of "enherited image" as I am starting to think "bunny girls" has with some people? I don't know, I can only drop assumptions.