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1-22-2011 @ 11:36AM
I'm not much of an RP-er but I do sometimes notice a bothersome discrepancy between a quest action and the class I play. For example, the Nesingwary quests. Why in the world would a paladin go on a safari and kill dozens of game animals? I'm not talking about "ethical" implications, but it's just so strange to imagine this cleric-type guy bashing tigers with the holy light. I can understand why a druid would take that quest. A druid can morph into a predatory animal. I can even imagine a warrior who might want to test his strength against savage beasts. Or how about all those vehicle quest. How in the world would a shaman know how to operate a gattling gun or a tank?
1-22-2011 @ 11:51AM
On the counterpoint, a druid might actually have a bigger problem with the Nesingwary quests - for many, druidism revolves around a general respect for and protection of other life. Except for those life forms that have already demonstrated their own lack of respect for other life, of course. Many of the DEHTA members are druids.
1-22-2011 @ 6:45PM
If it were possible, my night elf druid would go entirely feral and start hunting the hunters in Sholazar Basin, right down to building her own pile of heads to match the stacks of grisly trophies next to the chief murderer himself.
1-22-2011 @ 11:06PM
I'm still just trying to figure out why, if Nesingwary and the rest are such awesomesauce hunters, that they send ME to go finish their hunts for them? Especially the ones in Nagrand? "There's this HUGE beast, TEETH so SHARP they can rip your skull open when he just GRINS at you - go kill him for me and I'll give you a present. Oh, but I'm still the greatest hunter alive. Don't forget that."Seriously, the achievement should be "Patsy."Yeah, I have that achievement as well. D'oh!
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