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11-28-2011 @ 11:59AM
@Jabadabadana:Maybe Gammelsmygen reposted it, or added the last third of it? Unfortunately I have no way of proving my authorship of the original bit, but I did write it. I just took the original version I wrote for Everquest, updated it for WoW, and posted it on the old Warrior class forums. I think I may have actually put it up there first back during the dark horrible days of "rage normalization" in vanilla, where we were getting absolutely gutted and all our rage bars were full IRL (and Tseric was telling us to "pop Enrage").My main, Linedan, isn't exactly the classic dumb warrior, but he's no intellectual. He just sees the world in very simple black-and-white terms...non-threats are to be left alone, and threats are to be eliminated in the minimum possible time with the maximum possible violence so the situation isn't dragged out any longer than it has to be. What he really is, is a perfectionist, because fighting is all he knows how to do other than shaping metal. He's the kind of guy who would be working out in a boxing gym or a karate dojo for hours and hours at a time, very dedicated, very focused, very quiet. But there's a lot of built-up rage and issues under that stoic exterior, and he's also the kind of guy who would have a button pushed during a sparring session and explode, ending up sending his opponent to the hospital without wanting to.He's prot mainspec and fury offspec, so he's constantly trying to strike a balance between being a defender and a berserker. Sometimes he blows it.
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