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7-03-2009 @ 1:50AM
"Like many game designers for team-based or multiplayer games, Blizzard believes (correctly) that silhouette is an important factor in telling friend from foe."See, I don't really buy this. Yes, it's easy to tell a gnome from a tauren silhouette, but can any of you, at a glance, tell a female orc from a night elf from a blood elf from a human from an undead from a troll at a distance? In full armor? While running? Personally, I look for the red name in PvP, but that may just be me.That said, I might be okay with the idea of defectors--but they should never be able to raise their reputation with any of the alliance factions above neutral. You've deserted your home faction to join the other side-- well, great! But we'll never really trust you.
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