Created after I abandoned my assassin (the delete came later).
Ritualists really do feel quite unique, especially if you focus on spirits.
f human Mnk10/Shu10 LN
Despite not having any obvious link to a D&D class, the name came from a D&D character too. She's actually a monk/shugenja multiclass (with a warrior monk concept), and I haven't actually played her in a campaign before. Just sitting on a character sheet.
The eighth character created rounds out my current count of having 2 PvE characters from each campaign.
I actually restarted Galen because he died (at the hands of a Preying Lance when I was not paying attention. At least I learned that it's a bad idea to play with a character going for the Survivor title when you're suffering from sleep deprivation.
And I lost the darned Survivor title. Sigh. Disappointing really... especially because I got killed because of ... <drum rolls> ... wait for it ... because of ... lag. Argh!!! Any chance of an amnesty of 1 death from Anet?
m half-sun elf Rgr20 NG
I finally created him. My very first D&D character of my favorite class: a ranger. And no, despite similarities, he's not inspired by Drizzt Do'Urden.
Mhenlo, how did you, supposedly a Monk, be able to attract so many females?!
Devona, Aidan, Mhenlo, Eve, and Cynn were very nicely fleshed out for the first two campaigns. When Nightfall came out, glaring inconsistencies was an indication that the development teams had miscommunication; really disappointing for me:
Aidan's parents were murdered by Charr instead of where his mother died giving birth to him while crossing the Shiverpeaks to Ascalon. (Update: Apparently, they changed "parents" to "father" as of mid-August 2007 ^-^)
Aidan took on a darker, more vengeful personality instead of the original level-headed and wise persona.
There was not a single hint of the relationship that Cynn and Mhenlo had.
Mhenlo's Nightfall quotes contradicted themselves. One seems to suggest that Mhenlo came to Elona before Cantha, yet another implying that he saved Cantha before coming to Elona.
Devona lost the earlier impression of placing duty and loyalty above all else. Her quotes had a little too much battle lust and wisecracks.
Cynn feels... different. She feels wild and reckless rather than merely impulsive and hot-tempered.
Eve was the least affected (probably because she wasn't as well fleshed out previously), although her quotes used to have a better abstract feel to them.
Mhenlo's official lore on the website regarding his parents is in direct conflict with his Prophecies and Factions dialogue.