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5-05-2009 @ 4:08PM
You're right that I don't hold that point, Tuhljin, but I'll just play devil's advocate here and suggest that it could be a case of each person having a specific "breaking point." One person might need to be pushed further than others in order to succumb to such temptations. One man might not kill the king, but he might sleep with the queen; another might instead kill his rival, or perhaps he'd simply accumulate all the wealth he could. The point being, each man might succumb to a different temptation. In this case, one might not use Martin Fury, but what if Sarth3D glitched in the midst of combat and none of the bosses would attack? Some people might report the glitch to a GM, but some of those who chide the use of Martin Fury might just take the kill and all the benefit that comes from it.
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