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PolarStar Sep 19, 2013 @ 1:07pm
Why does [spoiler class] hold a sword, even when he can't use it?
The class I'm referring to is the Dragon. Why does he hold the sword? I would understand if it was something they couldn't change...but the Spellsword doesn't have a sword! So what gives? (Although the spellsword uses it, of course, but the point still stands that they can EASILY have the Dragon just not render the sword altogether!)

It just seems lazy to me. Even if their reasoning is so that you can see the sword you have selected, I still think it's ugly, and detracts from the appeal of being a dragon.
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Tripoteur Ventripotent Sep 19, 2013 @ 5:30pm 
The Half-Dragon does "use" the sword (gets all its passive bonuses), but I'll admit it's weird that they decided to have it show on the Half-Dragon but not on the Spellsword.

I mean, the Spellsword even has "sword" in their name...
ebrl Sep 19, 2013 @ 5:40pm 
I like how you used [spoiler class] in the title, and spoiler tags in the first line, then forgot about it completely and wrote "dragon" twice before the end of the post.
PolarStar Sep 19, 2013 @ 6:07pm 
Originally posted by ebrl:
I like how you used [spoiler class] in the title, and spoiler tags in the first line, then forgot about it completely and wrote "dragon" twice before the end of the post.

Didn't notice, added Spoiler Tags.

Originally posted by Tripoteur Ventripotent:
The Half-Dragon does "use" the sword (gets all its passive bonuses), but I'll admit it's weird that they decided to have it show on the Half-Dragon but not on the Spellsword.

I mean, the Spellsword even has "sword" in their name...

True, it does use the passive bonuses...but I think it looks ugly. Honestly. If you can see it on the cards page, why do you need it to clutter up the player?
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Date Posted: Sep 19, 2013 @ 1:07pm
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