It simply doesn't fit in Warcraft universe. That's the first thing that one needs to nail first, if an idea fits on the lore that is being designed for.
i would love to see a class that uses the power of their minds to attack stuff, coz id love to stand over them once they are slain and then make the most stupid one-liners like "you just got your mind blown!" lol
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Blizzard, with all the respect I have, did you forget it?
Sounds like a fetish class. I was thinking Mord'Sith when I read it.
Higgledy-piggledy Lord Wyman Manderly
Sups with his foes, leaving Nary a crumb.
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Tell all who hearken that Winter is come.
Slavemaster (DPS) - With her whip, and the DoT scars it makes, this babe is an undisputed ace on the dps meter. Also has an enslave ability (duh).
Dominance (Tank) - Dominates every single raid boss with her whip and verbal damage.
Besides, whip using sexy bitch or little gnome with mechanical arms? hm.
Though I am curious, why did you exclude only 1 race on the horde from being a lasher? Don't you think orc wouldn't fit, considering you cut worgen from the mix?
Blizzard never added whips or this kind of class to its universe, and I don't know why. Too brutal? Come on! Slavery is still legal in Africa!
Last edited by Ricirich91; 2013-08-22 at 01:49 PM.
I actually like the fact that this is a genuine idea. Most people find inspiration in other games tied to Blizzard when coming up with ideas, but this is something new.
Would it work in WoW? Not so sure.
Is it fun and innovative? Sure.
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