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9-06-2006 @ 11:28AM
Hi, my names are Urthona, Marrigan, Odn, Phraya, Zaes, Tharmas, Ekedna, Erezkijhal, Oberan, and Prometheon... and I'm an altoholic.I have two families of alts (5 for fighting for the Alliance, 5 for Horde) on the Cenarian Circle. After some tricky algebra, I managed to figure out a way to get every class and every race in my ten character limit. I learned a long time ago that I shouldn't go about telling other players how to do their jobs without having experience in that role. So while my initial character, resto druid Urthona, may learn how to do the job of a tank, a healer, and DPS, there's subtleties in the gameplay that you only learn by actually playing that class.For those who care, I'm on a roleplay server: Urthona Starfallen, male Nelf Druid, flowerpicker and skinsMarrigan Van Cleef, female Human Warlock, flowerpicker and alchemistOdn Warhammer, male Dwarf Hunter, miner and skinsPhraya Silversprings, female Gnome Warrior, miner and Goblin Engineer... followed by Zaes the male Draenei Paladin > jewelcrafter!then there isTharmas Skychaser, male Tauren Shaman, flowerpicker and skinsEkedna Scarmaker, female Orc Hunter, miner and skinsOberan Van Cleef, male Undead Cryomancer, flowerpicker and alchemist Erezkijhal Darkblood, female Troll Priestess, tailor and disenchanter... followed by Prometheon Sunrunner, male Belf Rogue > Gnomish EngineerI've found I actually behave differently and speak more or less depending on the character I play. And my imaginary backstories weigh heavily in how that alt interacts with groups and his/her role. Urthona is torn between loving life as a druid and regretting not becoming a priest. Phraya is a friendly to everyone, but very intolerant of idiocy in any form. Odn is gruff and a bit of a loner —and doesn't drink. Marrigan hides her secrets under a flirtatious veneer.I don't play Horde much at all, but I'm very anxious to learn how Ekedna will come to life. I've imagined trajedy in her past, and a drive to avenge the death of her husband and daughter at the hands of the Darnassian weapons trainer.
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