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11-26-2011 @ 3:29PM
Another interesting thing to bring up if your a warrior is if your warrior has an inferiority complex due to the fact that they have no special powers. I have a human warrior I role play here and there, who is very jealous of Paladins and does not like them, having grown up in a Light worshipping society, working hard to become a Paladin, but learning he is not been blessed by the Light, so he does his best using the armor and weapons he CAN use, in an attempt to be a role model for others with no Light powers, and an attempt to prove that anyone can be as good as a Paladin. His hatred of Paladin's eventually ceases as he learns their place in society, and the kind of things they have gone through with Arthas's betrayal, but he still keeps a scathing view of them, and retains a small sense of jealously despite his goal.However, I have a question. Anne, or Mike, could it be possible to write an article about (A) switching classes for RP purposes? Cuz I have a Belf warlock, who is eventually betrayed by his demons he thought he had complete control over, and he eventually switches to being a Holy/Shadow priest, But I want to know how I could handle that? Should I train a character in the offtime? or Wouldn't it make more sense to have him start from level 1? The thing is I he still takes part in what goes on in the World? This problem wasn't as hard as when I had my Orc warrior die at the Wrathgate battle and come back as a Death Knight.(B)or explaining using racial moves in an RP situation?A lot of them seem like last moment situation, like Bloodfury. The average reformed Orc today wouldn't tap into that old bloodlust now unless they were in a seriously dangerous situation. How should we RP using these moves?
11-26-2011 @ 8:43PM
Matt* excuse me. I mix you guys up some times cuz of the "M"wtb an edit button
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