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9-28-2011 @ 2:27PM
It isn't the suffix that's the problem, it's that the man's name is Wrath, and that doesn't ever lead to anything good. It's been proven that, to some degree, your name shapes you- kids with names that were popular the year that they were born are more likely to be popular or normal, and kids with exotic names are more likely to be outcast. With a name like Wrathion, I'm sure everyone is treating him like he's a villain, so villain he probably will become.That model is pretty sweet up at the top there, though, and it just makes our current models and armor look distressingly outdated.
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