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Elves, it's what's for dinner

madjakemadjake Member UncommonPosts: 233

Personally, I never play elves and I can't understand their popularity. What do you all think?



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- Richard P. Feynman, 1988


  • numaticnumatic Member UncommonPosts: 644
    I was never much for "roleplaying" so the only times i chose elves is for a good class combo. Didnt really matter to me.

  • BigPeelerBigPeeler Member Posts: 1,270

    99% of the games i play i play as an elf...

    im not a roleplayer (in fact im probably the last person u would ever see roleplaying)...

    and im not into some crazy elf fetish or nuthin...

    its just their style... i prefer the fast, nimble, precise style of an elf as opposed to the slow awkwardness that is human... i especially prefer sword using elves ^^... doesnt matter how much damage u can do if u cant hit me =P

    no matter where u come from... no matter where u are now... no matter where ur going... its all about the EXP


  • AdrealAdreal Member Posts: 2,087
    never was much into elves, myself. maybe half-elf at best or human/gnome or something like that. i usually choose the class/race with the most dexterity/agility...but i dislike being an elf.

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  • GnarledGnarled Member Posts: 566
    Halflings are the other white meat. ..

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    . . . God will be cut."
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  • FinweFinwe Member CommonPosts: 3,106
    I pick elves because I usually play a mage and they have a cool background.

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