Add another tick to the growing list of small, but nevertheless interesting changes Blizzard is making to its games in the wake of California suing Activision Blizzard for enabling an alleged culture of workplace harassment and discrimination. This time, World of Warcraft developers have altered two paintings found in-game to remove or reduce sexual elements.

As spotted by WoWHead, a painting of a lounging woman in a revealing harem-style slip and mask has been replaced with a painting of fruit.

(via Wowhead) (Image credit: Blizzard)

A separate painting of a woman in a v-cut robe emphasizing her breasts has been modified to give the woman a less-revealing top.

(via Wowhead) (Image credit: Blizzard)

The lounging woman painting was located in WoW’s Ravenholdt location, while the robed woman is (or was) in Stormwind’s S-I7, a spoof of Britain’s disbanded MI7 agency.


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