These are items most excellent. The sort of thing you could see a person of the craft do. They are totally believable in their story, as each elements proceeds perfectly. Now these items, created for one purpose are to impact the world for the rest of time.
Props to harmony for being the first to say it, also cliche on the voluptuous beauty getting everything she wans cause shes sexy, also very cliche on the woman being able to fight better then her male counterparts, just alittle cliche in my opinion, short story, and it seems everyone who likes her just because they wanna see her cleavage in game Go to Comment
...except for the villains we happen to like in some way, those that can be understood (not necessarily excused). Malhonne is not a villain, she tries to have a good life, ignoring the customs and morals of humans.
We may argue on the morals of this woman, or other women... but just see how many comments this character has generated. ;) Go to Comment
I, myself, am a big fan of cleavage. It's fun for everyone!
But seriously, folks... Harmony, you must be 13 years old or something. Look realistically- she's using her advantages.
And as for the Horde... # 1, Beautiful women do get what they want. It's been proven by studies. Sorry we aren't all equal, but it's true. # 2, AG's right, where are you pulling that from? I see no mention of fighting at all.
Let's get realistic, girls. Not every woman is an incorruptible goddess, and some are more beautiful than others. Go to Comment
I am reminded of a tale from the American Revolution where a young woman... ummm... plyed her charms against an English General. She was an American spy and was both passing information on AND keeping the English general occupied when he should of been out on campaign.
If some of her customers are "men of importance", she could pass on intelligence to the Orcish nation. In addition, should the Humans try and "wipe out the Orcish threat", she could work the same kind of "charm" and do more damage to the Human Campaign than a mob of Orcish warriors.
I'm really not sure to make of Dragoon's comment. It is my understanding that a slut is commonly percieved to be a woman who is willing to exchange sex for various things, mostly the attention of men. Most 'sluts' would seem to suffer from poor self-esteem and gain a sense of welf worth in the attention favored on them by their male peers. Some, are simply not intimidated by the title slut, which is often applied to any woman who seems to get more of anything that others think she should. Now, if the exchange is exclusively material, or currency, then the woman is not a slut, but is instead a whore, or more politely prostitute. Thus, it is not surprising that she ditched the regular guy in favor of the rich guy, the promise of higher returns for her services.
The thing that surprises me is that many people substitute game events for real life experiences. A co-worker regularly espouses his nightly games of Madden 2K5 as if he himself were actually on the football field, kicking and recieving each play. Is this a call sign of Gen Y? Go to Comment