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5-04-2010 @ 8:53PM
@Paul: While I love interracial friction with the rest of them, there is a small difference between friction and YOU BLEW UP THE FRICKIN WORLD. There is a little difference between "you shouldn't do that" and "punishable by death because YOU BLEW UP THE FRICKIN WORLD". There is a difference between "minor side effects" and "you WILL become addicted. If you cannot control this addiction, you could BLOW UP THE FRICKIN WORLD". Just a tad, a little, minuscule difference there.This is my problem with night elf mages. I always had the impression of pure hatred and all that kinda prejudice. They do make an excellent point: BLOWING UP THE FRICKIN WORLD is bad, mmkay. Being addicted to something such as this is bad. I always had the impression the kaldorei held themselves back a little from the Alliance and kinda did their own thing. There's not that many kaldorei in other Alliance areas after all. I always attributed this as doing their part, but not wanting to be near the arcane. It's obvious now that other races can and have used magic, but they are not becoming addicted to the point they change into an entirely different race if they don't get it the same way. It's easy for me to be tolerant of races that obviously don't get addicted like I would. It's not a matter of accepting that magic is not always bad, it's a matter of accepting that if people of my race use magic, then that IS bad because we have this habit of BLOWING UP THE FRICKIN WORLD when we can't control the addiction we WILL inevitably get. I use we loosely as an example of if I was a night elf. I don't play a night elf, so don't blame me.
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