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12-08-2009 @ 1:50PM
Gregg, just a brief editorial note. You started using the term aggro around the fifth or sixth paragraph without defining it. That could confuse a new person since before that point you were using the term threat and you don't indicate if they necessarily mean the same thing or not. I'm not sure the exact mechanics but I personally consider them to be different - threat defining how much a mob "hates" you (kept in a list somewhere back-end I would guess) and aggro being the state of holding the most threat (for instance if you are in a group and you are the first person to enter the aggro range of a mob you go to the top of the threat list until someone else does something to top you; thus, you "have aggro" and others are working towards that state or away from it). Thanks
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