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11-09-2008 @ 7:20PM
Because it generates a fair amount of controversy, I thought I'd tip in an extra bit most people forget about Gnome Warriors.It harkens back to the Dexter's Laboratory movie, in which, part of the way through the movie, Dexter encounters his 20ish-year-old self and wonders what happened. In the future, he is weak and barely capable of defending himself. He states that he should be very physically fit, strong and muscular from being not only the person who designed the machines and performed the science, but also because he BUILT everything as well.While Gnomes are a small race, they have constructed a massive (if boring, and annoying) technological city underground. They pioneered flying machines and constructed full working submarines. These are not just scientists, they are craftsman, and in times of war, their builders could certainly act as Warriors. They would be very physically strong, and very nimble.The problem arises that the present Gnome model doesn't look very fit. That's becuase EVERY model in the game is standard - I would imagine Gnome Warriors would look much more physically built than the present model allows.
11-09-2008 @ 8:12PM
This issue is no different from any other race. The same could be said for humans (not every human is gonna be buff and have the same physique), dwarves (i'm sure priests would be less buff than other more physical classes) etc.
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