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2-04-2009 @ 11:11AM
The one thing I've always disliked is how rogues can vanish and be healed to full...Lore wise - wouldn't a healer have to see said rogue in order to heal them also?GG rogue... keep running...
2-04-2009 @ 11:24AM
Lorewise, shouldn't a tree druid have to stand still, trees don't move.Lorewise, shouldn't holy shock damage everyone it hitsLorewise, a shadow priest's mount shouldn't also be in shadow formLorewise, shouldn't a 50 foot abomination just split everyone in half?They're called game play mechanics. Sorry you can suspend your disbelief about elves and magic and dragons, but not about healing someone stealthed.
2-05-2009 @ 12:59PM
nbcaffeine...Tree forms are elementals... not trees.... As far as holy shock... defibrillators can be used for both good and bad...While I agree with you about shadow priest mounts, it doesn't really affect the game. It is merely an aesthetic choice.Should a 50 foot abomination just split everyone in half? David and Goliath is all I have to say. All your other examples a moot because I am not speaking about the difference between Real and Imaginary. The reason for this? Because invisibility does not exist in the real world anyways.How do I know how magic would act if it were real. All I know is that if invisibility were real it would no work like that.
2-05-2009 @ 2:50PM
Healtuff, your response post was absolutely hilarious! Ingenious ways of bringing real world scenarios into lore! : )This is a great article and gives me some things to think about as I get prepared for going into the arena. Well done, thank you!~Rilandune
2-09-2009 @ 8:04AM
Less QQ please. Or else I shall the magic of Toddonia to be unleashed upon you.If you are going to criticise rogues, at least some reasonable arguments :/.
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