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Why is it that every picture I upload seems to come out enormous? I mean, she's a Tauren, yeah, but she shouldn't be THAT big... --Azaram 11:46, 18 January 2008 (UTC)
- d20 is a (real) RPG system, that covers many genres, with an interchangable base framework. 'WoW d20' = pencil and paper RPG. --Azaram (talk) 03:07, 13 July 2008 (UTC)
removed content Edit
I'm removing this content for two reasons:
- This is an unsubstantiated rumor. It's a completely BS ninja-excuse which nobody should pretend to be able to use.
- This wiki is about the game "World of Warcraft" and the other content is irrelevant.
Evil Twin notes Edit
The "Evil Twin" buff does in fact do more than tint you a red color. Here is a recount of situation where there were some unexpected effects:
- I was in a group for a Mechanar Heroic. So I teleported to toshley's using the trinket. It gave me the "You have been replaced by your evil twin" debuff. We're at the end of the run, we just finished the last boss Patheleon. We're all passing on the drops. Next thing you know someone in group says, "Traegus, why didn't you pass on the nether?" I said I did. They said I took it. I checked my bags and realized I had the nether in my Fel Iron Toolbox. WTF!? We looked up the log and in fact, we all passed on everything. I didn't ninja and yet I have the nether. I felt real bad, they were good about it, luckily no one needed it. But I couldn't figure out how I got the nether. Then I realized it was the "evil twin". My evil twin ninja'd the item. Holy Crap!
Of course, without other sources to confirm this effect, the veracity of this account is still in question.
In the WoW d20, being the "evil twin" is slightly different:
- The user experiences the mysterious “evil twin effect.” Some gnomes claim that he is replaced by his evil twin, others than an extradimensional force takes an interest in him. Whatever the case, the user teleports to his location, but at some point within the next 2 hours, the evil twin effect occurs. This force acts in a way contrary to the character’s interests, at a time chosen by the GM. In general, the effect of this is to cause one single die roll to automatically fail, or a critical threat against him to automatically confirm. The presence of the evil twin effect is undetectable until it acts, after which it departs. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Sysy (talk • contr).
- I agree with removing the 'No, I'm not a ninja, really!' bit, as that was just stupid. But the other part does belong; this is a world of Warcraft wiki, not solely World of Warcraft, including Warcraft I-III and the expansions, the novels, and the role playing game, which is what that d20 part is. --Azaram (talk) 03:07, 13 July 2008 (UTC)