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11-21-2008 @ 9:16AM
I agree. I have dropped quests that didn't go along with my, or my character's morals. There is so much to do, and dropping a quest here and there is not going to slow you down one bit.I am a carebear, and I 'm proud of it. I care... nothing wrong with it. And to take it even further and prove I am the king of carebears - I have a problem killing yellow animals. Yeah, I know its pixels.. yeah, I know they will be feeling better soon... yeah, I know all of that - but I choose not to kill them. DEHTA has actually vindicated me on this one. I was laughing my ass off when I read about them. Its like Blizzard was watching me play, and said, hey.. that guy needs a faction to justify his carebearyness...Seriously, its all about what you want to accomplish, and how much fun you can have in a game. I choose to have my fun without hindering the fun of others.So, if you get your kicks pulling wings off of flies, eating boogers, and torturing as many innocents as you can while you play on mommie's dime, then more power to ya! If you are truly ebil and naxty then go for it - slaughter away - Kharma is a bitch, ain't it?
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