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I’m no goth… altough I dress black…
LOL that’s 100% my profile!! Awesome!!
UGHHH! You almost had me. Sadly, i play a warrior and a lock, you almost got me pegged on both 😛
Also… that guy is NOT a goth, he’s metal ==
Where’s the mage profile? :S
Its hard to truly describe mages. Mages are, in general, weird people. As you can read in the books you have either a silent, thinking type which prefers to not use his magic too much and is always after some scheme of his own OR an furious elementalist who likes to hurl fireballs just to see how awesome spell effects look OR a loudmouth trickster using illusions, teleportation etc. Some are the combination of the above. But most cases MAGE is an intelligent type, type who loves to deal maximum impact while staying in the back. Dr. House is a mage actually. Hes strange, hard to understand, does his magic from the shadows then dissapears to be engulf by his own thoughts. A MAGE is always a unique, fascinating person when you actually get to know him, but most mages tend to not show their actual personality.
Mages are pseudo intelectual nerd guys who think they’r experts in physics because they’ve seen al episodes of Star Trek.
Says the rogue…
Nope, sorry, I’m a lock
Satan Lives !! 🙂
Actually I only play a healer out of laziness and a deep-seated hatred for having to strategize. Raid assignment for a paladin healer? “Keep the tank alive.” That’s it. So, I guess, change “lonely and unloved” to “adverse to having to think real hard” and you’ve got it for me.
I play tough, versatile, survivalist types in pen-and-paper. I love’em all though – rogues, wizards, paladins, barbarians – they all got their unique, awesome flavor.
I’m crazy for variety.
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