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3-30-2012 @ 9:18AM
As stated above, "As sole creators of Azeroth and the Twisting Nether, Defendant Blizzard Entertainment acts as gods to us mere mortals and have utter jurisdiction over Azeroth, the Twisting Nether, Draenor, Outlands, the pieces of Draenor that floated into a nearby moon, space, The Great Beyond, and any other new continents to be created on, around, behind, above, or below the planet Azeroth, physical or its associated planes.", the Defendant is within it's rights to allow or deny whatever ability or class it so desires.This being the case, perhaps the Defendant could resolve this lawsuit by removing the class "Warlock" and replacing it with "Sorceror". The "Sorceror" would have many of the abilities of the "Warlock", but for the fire throwing that seems to lie at the heart of this suit.The "Defendant" could also remove the "Warlock" entirely and replace it with the "Dark Mage", who would probably be thankful for some "Minions" and not too worried about "Green Fire".So be careful what you wish for when dealing with someone or something that is also the creator of the court and it's judge, jury, and officers.
3-30-2012 @ 9:37AM
Also, a new class could be called Arcane Shaman, Mad Wizard or Fiery Shadow Priest.
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