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4-03-2009 @ 8:21AM
as a competely immoral mage, no - i have no problems torturing, killing, maiming, stealing, handling stolen goods, decieving, battering helpless slaves etc etc, with NPC's. With other players he is honest, reliable and trustworthy. (its fun playing a chr with a jeckel and hyde personality disorder!).But he intensly dislikes PVP (doesnt fit his image of nice to players nasty to NPC's), hence he also has no PVP achievements, even tho he is reguarded as achievement 'obsessed' My alt a paladin, does have a few issues. However he is a pragmatist and will do whatever it needs to obtain his ends (to him the goals justify the 'means' even if they are personally distasteful) But then he is a tank, so complicated moral philosophy is probably a bit beyond his often battered brain, much like why boxers rarely quit the sport and take up say advanced algebra. However if theres a screaming woman in need of help - he jumps in, the mage however says 'oh your husbands dead?' then looks to see what valubles are 'vunerable'MUHAHAHAHAHAHA
4-03-2009 @ 1:45PM
Richard from LFG Cominc was the first character I thought of after reading your post...lol...nice! I love Richard!
4-06-2009 @ 3:44AM
Hehe yeah , he was a bit of a hero to my mage. The style is hard to recreate in wow but yeah i have ' FOR PONY!!!' as a battlecry macro'd :)I also had a horde lock called riccy :)
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