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5-11-2008 @ 7:47AM
"With the loss of his eye, he has gained the ability to see things other people cannot. It could be anything... Spirits, Ghosts or perhaps even a quick look at your future destiny. Nobody knows what this man in front of you will do. Only one thing is certain:He is not a Knight.He is not a Bandit.He is a powerful entity who now works for the greater good, not for any human lord. Though he can act kind of... Creepy."Kevarus Valorfist, member of Setia Hati. Lost his eye in a RP event and now get visions form time to time. Almost all visions are planned out events from Forums or things Blizzard has announced about WotLK. He was a good guy for a year, then he turned evil when his child and wife died in a RP event. Now he has followed a former sub-ordinate into Setia Hati, who only fight for themselves and what they believe in. They seek balance in all things and they fight and train for total perfection to be able to perform their work.They forbid their members from using brackets at the threat of kick and report. Brackets worked out at first, but now they have become miss-used. Like people discussing Super Bowl while you are having your great death that will make you see the error of your ways blah-blah-blah. They ruin the mood and they ruin your great scene.Anyway, that's all from me.
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