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3-10-2009 @ 5:33PM
@AyaJuliaHence my saying that it should be well thought out and plausible. We've seen trolls who follow the light, and shaman who wear plate. We've also seen entire groups of humans who entered into alliances with the Horde and Draenei who worship evil powers. Why can't we play them?I agree that when actively roleplaying, it is polite to play a character of minimal outlandishness, but is it fair to tell someone that they are not allowed to create such a character? I find the term Mary-sue to be an incredibly elitist term, honestly. One could say that Aragorn is mary-sue. Or Captain Kirk. Or King Arthur. Or Forrest Gump. They are great stories nonetheless. Yes, there needs to be actual work put into the story, rather than just spitting out ideas and calling it art, but it's not fair to insult anyone who wants their character to be more than a simple footsoldier/farmer/peasant.
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