It's entertainment. Gregor Clegane (A Song of Ice and Fire) rapes half the women in Westeros. Does that mean the author thinks that's acceptable behavior? Does that mean the readers should find that behavior acceptable?
At one point, Varian pretty much said, "The only good orc is a dead orc." People called him all sorts of names, but I'd hope that most realize that it's just a character, and that his racism wasn't a reflection of the beliefs of the game's developers or players.
Why should a character saying or doing something that a player objects to necessitate a change?
I suspect this will be a case of "Oh, I should probably have locked this 10 pages ago. Sorry."
Unsubscribed 3/10/2014 - 8/14/2014.
Beware the claims of yearly expansions. It's not more hype more often, it's paying more for less. Fewer tiers, no more new levels, no more new races/classes, but an ever-increasing price tag....
ALL this argument and the best line yet is:
YOU are not YOUR Character. Why are you getting creeped out by something not being said to you but your character by another character. LOL
"If you want to control people, if you want to feed them a pack of lies and dominate them, keep them ignorant. For me, literacy means freedom." - LaVar Burton.
I'm Female, I liked how Ji complimented my Character and I wish they hadn't changed it
I can't believe that some Women are so highly strung they get pissy over something an NPC says in a Video Game... A VIDEO GAME for Flying Spaghetti Monsters sake! Why not go a complain about the many other games about that are far more "sexist" than Ji? God of War for example... sexism: check, but does it change my view and love for the game? No... because it's a Game and not reality! People have serious issues if they got offended by one thing an NPC that is meant to be a Womaniser says, serious... issues.
Stick need to be removed from butts asap!
This is also relevant: http://www.traemcneely.com/wp-conten...312443_n1.jpeg