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9-26-2009 @ 7:45PM
I like the comparisons to high school cliques you made with mages (nerds), warriors (jocks), and warlocks (emo kids). taking that a step further...rogues are the kids that break into your locker and are always in detentionpaladins and priests are the God Squadhunters are the rednecks/hill billies (or whatevz)death knights are the stuck up, spoiled rich kidsdruids are the hippiesshamans are... I dunno. you finish that one. don't expect me to do everything. jeez.
9-26-2009 @ 9:53PM
Dude, death knights are the goths and pallies are the stuck-up rich kids.
9-26-2009 @ 11:27PM
shamans are the kids who are just "there" - they are the people that the jocks and everyone hangs out with because they have access to a van or something (cough heroism/totems cough :P )
9-27-2009 @ 10:23AM
This was done by Nassira from mmnassira.com using band analogies and was really funny.Nassira says:June 22, 2009 at 3:12 pmMore Analogies- Band personalities.Hunters: Flute (kind of ditsy, cliquish)Warlocks: Mellophone (chill and kind of quiet)Warriors: Tuba (fun and sociable)Mages: Clarinet (random outbursts, goofy)Rogues: Trumpet (loud and pretentious)Priests: Baritone (quiet, funny, and talented)Paladins: Trombone (fun-loving show-offs)Druids: Saxophone (relaxed and happy)Shaman and Death Knights: Percussion (a little strange, but laid-back)
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