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1-07-2008 @ 9:34AM
Speaking in the 3rd person can be hard to do well. Certainly there are character quirks that gnomes can get away with, which night elves and tauren cannot (and vice versa). In addition, though, Pockletock understands the word "I", he just never uses it. For instance, if you tell him, "Pockletock, you should say 'I squeeshed orcs today'" he might reply, "I squeeshed orcs today!... Did Pockletock say it right?" Kind of like a habit he can't shake, rather than a concept he'll never understand. It becomes something most people like about him rather than something they want him to change.
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