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4-07-2010 @ 9:43PM
Moreover, in the case of parry especially, the impliment you are using to block damage, was not designed, persay to block damage, and the shock is likely to still send you reeling a little. I like this change, physics-wise, and as a RPG'er (I know, D&D nerd... *sigh*), I find it fun justifying these things so.
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