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8-21-2008 @ 4:28AM
I actually agree with that. I really like to do quests on my characters that give me emotional rewards instead of just a green and some gold. My hunter, a blood elf, has personal reasons not to trust other elves or the undead, so if they give him quests he finds at all suspicious, he refuses to do them. Northrend has been pretty hard for him, because of this- there aren't enough quests for him to take from the races he's more comfortable around. But he's very eager to go fight in Zul'Drak, because trolls that aren't allied with the Horde are his real enemies. I like to use the quests that I've done to sort of fuel my roleplay experience and help me shape my characters. His experience in the Hinterlands caused me to retool his persona from 'likes trolls' to 'was captured by trolls as a high elf way back when and eventually became a member of the Revantusk' and has given me lots of things to talk about for him.
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