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No, mine is not. I tend to think of myself as the powerful slow moving benevolent shaman that focuses on fostering growth but when challenged is quick to throw down the hammer and lightning.i.e. helping lowbies and novice shamani.e. pwning gankers
well assuming that every creature/humaniod you kill is doing something evil like the twilights hammer cultists or members of the burning leagion then i would say have at it heres a badass weapon some badass armor and some food and come back when you done killing to your hearts content but if there not doing anything "evil" then yeah i guess kiling them would be considered violant
I think my toons are violent. I kill critters on sight, and I found the DK starter area fun. Slaughtering tens of peasants, extracting information from scarlet crusaders with two hot pokers.. quite fun!Anyway, there's a difference between evil and violent. If I'm bored, I might leave a path of destruction on the way to my destination when on my DK (no flyer yet) rather than ride around the mobs. What? That group of shoveltusks attacked me first, I swear!
I like to think of my paladin as one who is being forced to do what he does. I somehow manage to find the positive side of the "Kill 30 tigers, 30 raptors and 30 panthers" kind of a quest, and ignore the morals of it. But then isn't being a paladin all about that - being able to find the morality (real or imaginary) in every situation, regardless of how bloody it is?
My rogue is violent...704 critters killed and counting. I think my other toons are meant to be played at a rather peaceful level, but I do enjoy playing that rogue when I've had a tough day. It's a bit cathartic. :)
I've actually stopped doing the "kill these animals" type quests. Does that make less violent? But then I enjoy taking revenge on critters I see killed. I've killed nesingwary's men, silk poachers, and even wolves for killing a rat. So violent, yes; evil, not neccesarily.
Well, im a rogue... so yes.
I prefer to think of my actions as "liberating the blind."