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1-28-2012 @ 6:35PM
I do like noting smell in my descriptors, largely because one of my characters smells like she's loaded down with a lot of fragrant herbs, and another smells like she's dead unless she's really layered on the perfume (because she's a Death Knight, and therefore...She's dead. I wish the smells-like-dead was common sense, but apparently there's a lot of DKs that naturally smell like sunshine, rainbows, and fluffy kittens). But I agree that unless your character is quite...Aromatic, it's mostly just a nice addition for if someone's standing really close.The same two characters are related, so they have the same blurb of public knowledge about their family (largely known as a bunch of yellow-bellied cowards who like to yell about the Light a lot), and the same family insignia pendant noted in their character description, so they're both easily recognized as members of their family, which anyone is free to do.As for what not to do, I just plea with the godmoders to stop assuming they know my class. On my DK, fine, there's visible markers of what she is. On my priest and rogue? No. No, you don't have the magical ability to see that my rogue is a rogue when she's wearing a dress and sitting down for a nice meal in town. Stop, just stop. If you're lucky she'll ignore you and if you're not you're in for a very offended young lady accusing you of besmirching her reputation and being a horrible person.
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