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3-17-2008 @ 6:58AM
Personally I don't think it's a good idea to treat it like it's natural. The reason is that if you expect to be respawned no matter what then you have nothing to truly be afraid of. (besides, how did the undead become undead? ;)For me it's just that we don't see everything that is going on. What happens on screen isn't exactly what happens. I guess that comes easier when you've played a lot of pen and paper RPGs. When I get ganked by a lvl 70 tauren warrior, in my mind he hit my helmet with the broad side of his sword, knocking me to the ground where he left me for dead.When I open my bag and bring out my trusty steed...well trusty oversized goat anyway...in my head I had him with me by my side all the time and I simply mounted him.It might just be me but I don't find it enjoying if I'm supposed to pretend that somehow my gnome can carry five backpacks filled with swords, horses, big boxes of supply and that big high tech gun he found off a...bear (don't know what the bear did with it but it smells funny). I rather work around the game mechanics in my head.
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