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3-10-2008 @ 2:03AM
I dunno. I don't mind anonymity. I don't wanna be Jaina Proudmoore, I want to be one of the faceless Kul Tiras footmen that made it through Hyjal. No fame, no glory, but a place in the world. Maybe that's just me.My characters are never the big heroes. My warlock been to Stratholme, but he won't lay claim to slaying Baron Rivendare. My draenei serves the Aldor, he's exalted with them, but he's just a servant of the Light. The extent of my heroism is saving my guild leader from where he was held in the Undercity, and that suits me just fine. Killing the Betrayer or hanging Nefarian's head from the arches doesn't mean squat to me compared to walking into a player-run tavern and having your reputation precede you because of what you've done in the roleplaying community. It might not affect the world at large, but it feels better to me.
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