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6-20-2011 @ 10:53PM
A warlock article that truly summarizes the essence of 'locks: amusing and uninformative!I admit I got a laugh out of the idea of a warlock complaining about someone _else's_ smell. Sure, our druid friends can get a bit... wild at times, but it's honest dirt and sweat. Warlocks have to carry some particularly gruesome spell components around and do so without a Mage's aptitude and conscientiousness in freeze drying them.Speaking of frost, you realize that even a warlock could cast Ice Block - if they wanted to? It's such a simple spell that even those practitioners of arcane or blaze can cast it at a moment's notice, but warlocks won't because it's too close to actual bathing.It's sad, really. Inside every warlock is a failed Mage. Unable to grasp the theories of controlling the aether, they turn to dark powers in a regular Faustian bargain out of jealousy. Go on - ask any warlock exactly what their price in those demonic contracts is. Half won't even be able to tell you 'cause the didn't read the things. It's not pretty.The closest warlocks have ever gotten to a hero was Wilfred Fizzlebang. He was a gnome.(It's all in good fun, guys!)
6-20-2011 @ 11:27PM
eh failed mage? More like decided to stop eating vanilla magics and decided to go with the chocolate. Or in other words- Lock- triple shot of espresso. mage- decaff
6-23-2011 @ 5:20AM
Warlocks don't aspire to be heroes. We aspire to be forces of destruction. Fizzlebang was a joke, if we had rolemodels at all it would be Kill'Jaeden.When we fight on what you term the side of "good" it's only to meet our own ends.On the other hand, those who aspire to be heroes of "good" have a nasty habit of falling...hard.Arthas was a paladin... and look what happened to him, in the end even us warlocks decided to kick his frozen butt - you other lot were there because you thought he was a threat to the world, evil, whatever... the warlocks in that group were there because ruling the world through evil is OUR destiny and he was ... in the way.
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