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5-22-2009 @ 9:35AM
No, but opening it up to a vote and then having rules set so that the most important aspect is ignored and the most likely scenario is a generic character negates the point.We get to choose what he becomes? Not really.So we get to watch a gnome warlock level up. Yippee freaking do.I've had one. Everybody has. Heck, I thought it was tradition to have a female gnome warlock with pink pigtails in every battleground for a while. Something about that cute little gnome cursing you to a pain filled death seems almost too good to pass up.My point is an experiment that is titled "choose my adventure" should not start with us not actually getting to choose because he set the rules so that the most important part of a character was not the most important part. Race is flavor. Class is actual gameplay.He eliminated the class being more important, so what's the point?
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