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8-17-2008 @ 2:14AM
Another wonderful post Christian but oddly enough i find the responses to it more interesting than the actual article. The closest thing to a QQ was the denotations of obvious problems with the blink spell. As i read the article it reminded me of my childhood, being nerdy hidden away behind the bookcases in the library. Dreaming up anything and everything imaginable. What caught my attention is that people now denote anything spoken by Mages and their representatives as QQ sessions. That seemingly were incapable of speaking anything else and even though the problems with the mage class are well documented for the most part our problems are ignored by the general populous. Disregarded as "not my problem" and its taken a constant fountain of QQ's to gain any traction to bear light to our plight. And just as our situation gains hope and were seemingly about to receive the fix we so duely deserve the sociological backlash rears its ugly head.You know a find familiar spell would be cool. "Quit your QQing!!!"Another port local would be cool. "Less QQ more Pew Pew!!!"What it shows is the general sophomoric ignorance that comes form a population that for the most part has yet to mature, at least on an emotional level. Its unfortunate, even sad to have to listen to it.As for your wish list yeah, well we can keep dreaming but blink will never be fixed. I love the familiar idea as it stems from oldschool D&D, even the mirror image has a spell in D&D it was purely defensive and intended to confuse attackers and fits with the mage nicely. But on the same note it sounds like a Naruto move and could be adopted by the rogue. (just what we need):P
8-17-2008 @ 3:27AM
I just had the mental image of an undead rogue summoning twenty naked dancing nelf illusions. Thanks for that.
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