Discussion in 'Dragonlance' started by Turin, Dec 16, 2004.
I couldn't agree more ;D
If i could choose i would be a mage because i could choose what side to be on, whether it be evil or good. Then i could choose what kinds of robes to wear. It would be neat.
I voted Mage....having magic is toooooo tempting.
Dragons are powerful in almost any good book that you read, they can shapeshift breath fire/ice/acid whatever book you read, but when you do see a Dragon is too noble for my liking.....and they are also stuck up! and another thing with Dragons they either disappear or they die out.
A Kender Mage?!!! my coins would never be safe
What is DragonLance?
Tell me please?
its an awesome book series thats what!!! (notice the name...)
^ I would have to agree with you
Hmmm.. that's a tough choice...it's a toss up between Mage and Dragon. Although I think I would pick Dragon because they get the best of both worlds...magic and the ability to fly. As well I could be a Dragon and then change into human form whenever I feel like being a mage...cause I would still have tons of power and still be able to revert to Dragon form when I felt like intimiding something/one with my size
I voted qualinesti but I want to be a gully dwarf! life must be so happy and new when your that innocent!
I´d definately be a Mage.And Raistlin is also my favourite Mage.In a way ,I think he simbolizes the true core of mankind(being an apostle of Lunitari,he could take a glimpse of the light and the darkside).Just like us common mortals...We´re never all-good or all-bad(and I don´t mean Evil,because that´s a whole other story.Evil,as I see it,is a one way road)...
Hmmm....Hope I´ve made sense here...
I understand what you mean a bad thing could have been a mistake an evil thing has malicious thought behind it.
Hmm....reading these books.
I think A Solamnic Knight would be a nice thing to be.
Sturm was a great character, and normall I hate a Paladin type character, but they have grown on me...the good Solamnic Knights atleast
i diffently would be a kender
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