Change the picture of the Noxious Mushroom Cap — Guild Wars 2 Forums

Change the picture of the Noxious Mushroom Cap

Hey. Just gonna preface, love the game, however, the picture for the noxious mushroom cap is what some might consider trypophobic. Just a suggestion.

Comments

  • Danikat.8537Danikat.8537 Member ✭✭✭✭

    This is a fairly simple one to cater to however. Trypophobia is the 'fear' of clusters of irregular holes, (like honeycomb) although fear isn't really the right word - it tends to make people feel physically sick or literally feel itchy (or both), whereas something like arachnophobia is much more of a conventional fear reaction.

    So all that needs to be done to address it in this case is to change the icon slightly so the black spots/holes are removed or made less noticeable. I doubt most people would even notice if it was changed and I can't imagine it will have an impact on anyone else.

    "You can run like a river, Till you end up in the sea,
    And you run till night is black, And keep on going in your dreams,
    And you know all the long while, It's the journey that you seek,
    It's the miles of moving forward, With the wind beneath your wings."

  • Yeah. It's not really a phobia in the fear way, just severe discomfort. The solution to it is to just not draw/model clusters of irregular holes. It's a pretty common thing and a lot of developers steer clear of it, either because they are trypophobic themselves, or they know how notorious of a thing it is.

  • It’s good that they do cater to Equinophobia though. Those horses are scary AF!

    Server: Sorrow's Furnace
    Guilds: [DOA] Descendants Of Ascalon, [LOOT] Legendary Order Of Thieves
    Characters: Black Hooded S\D Thief, Celestial Herald & Power Reaper

  • Timor Phobias

©2010–2018 ArenaNet, LLC. All rights reserved. Guild Wars, Guild Wars 2, Heart of Thorns, Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire, ArenaNet, NCSOFT, the Interlocking NC Logo, and all associated logos and designs are trademarks or registered trademarks of NCSOFT Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.