Jul 26th 2007 11:47AM I would swear that she was the old woman in the swamp, if for no other reason then the way she mocks you when you have to fight demons on her lawn, and she just watches. Ah well...
Cycle of Hatred was a good book, in my opinion, but I never really understood the whole gender imbalance it keeps tossing around. Sure, it might work in warcraft 3, but how is there gender bias in the workplace when half the town guards in any city are female? Or when major trainers, npcs, battle masters, faction leaders, etc and so on.
Jul 26th 2007 11:40AM Though there is quite the line for this wonderful beast you are giving away, I shall drop my name in. With over three thousand entries, however, I shall wish good luck to all, since I think everyone would look good on the mount.
May 2nd 2007 5:55PM Pure good is a tricky thing for mortals to comprehend, let alone do. People always like to look for the man behind the curtain, even more so when they glow like this.
Nirikun and Sophie did a marvelous job pointing out why they can possible be what they are, and I salute that. What I find interesting, though, are the thoughts against it. Most fall into the idea of "Get them before they get us", which while paranoid does speak well for the people of Warcraft.
How oftan have attacks come from unknown sources, former allies, and our own people? When peering at the Naru, some people think it is only a matter of time. We have been hurt too oftain, so we will do what we can to avoid being surprised again.
I'd love to play devil's advocite and call up reasons for how they may turn on us, but that field is fairly swamped, so let me look at it in a different way; supose they are good, holy beings. I myself am an unholy abomination, a dead corpse animated by the darkest of powers, and smelling faintly of mint.
Can I, and beings like me, trust in the light? We try, and I do call the Naru as friends and allies, but I'll always have one eyesocket on them.
Just in case.