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11-22-2008 @ 4:41AM
I still can't believe people are complaining about the Death Knight class being too violent and cruel.They are called. Death. Knights.Not paladin. Not holy warrior. Not nurse. Not bard.What the hell do you expect from a class called a death knight, honestly???It's like, rolling a priest, and asking "WHY DO I HAVE SO MANY HEALING SPELLS?"If you are uncomfortable with doing anything remotely dark, violent, questionable, malicious... Why on earth would you roll a class called a Death Knight and complain about it?
11-22-2008 @ 10:36AM
Gratz on winning the "missing the point" achievement for the last 3 posters.For those of us who object to it we shouldn't be forced to engage in it to play the class. That's crap game design and btw feel free to say wether you think rape should be added to the quest lines or not. It's in the same taboo category and golly wouldn't it add to the "mature" them of the DK content?I worked with a army captain who did 2 tours in Iraq. He joked about abusing detainees c.o.n.s.t.a.n.t.l.y and he had some serious mental issues. For you it's a game, for anyone who's been in the military the last 5 years it's pretty fucking serious and I don't like seeing it trivialized and turned into an entertainment when I log in to relax for a little while. If you think it's a lot of fun then that's between you and your shrink.
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