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7-04-2011 @ 5:54AM
"But wait, it still helps players out? That's not very evil at all. Would it be playing a Xanatos Gambit? Stupid, stupid, stupid plot point."Call me crazy, but I'd really quite like to have an "evil" character who isn't so "HURR DURR I'MA KILL ALL YOU MAGGOTS CUZ I'M SO DAMN EVIL." I mean, let's face it, virtually every villain in WoW these days has become a one-dimensional moron who was either:a) always evil from the start, and just undercoverb) corruptedc) insaned) just out to kill us all anywayWhile agree there's way too much "haw haw, fooled ya!" betrayals in WoW, methinks it'd be nice to have an enemy is isn't just a complete faceless bastard. For instance, it could seem benevolent just to use the players to kill off some of the Burning Legion. Then it'd be a smart enemy, an intelligent enemy, a worthwhile enemy. Not just a "MY AXE CRUSH UR FACE LOL" enemy.
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