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Posted: Sep 23rd 2011 1:02AM drunkingamebar said

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@herculesmrb So many differences nothing to really compare other than the fact they are both feline.
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Posted: Sep 23rd 2011 12:58PM drunkingamebar said

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@Ren54 OK seriously, that is the first thing I thought when Rift came out "It's WoW, that's JUST LIKE IT!" but it's not, not even close, you agree?

OMG it has a red moahawk and is catlike!! It's Red 13!!!!!! Oh..wait.. it has horns, armor and 4 ears, yet no firey tail, no feathers, no bracelets, no tattoos...

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Posted: Sep 23rd 2011 5:34PM DevilSei said

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@drunkingamebar

No need to bring in any Fan-wars here.

Also, my first thought did lean towards Red 13 seeing the plushy (this coming from a big fan of both FF7 and GW). But! The biggest difference is that Red XIII is more of a wolf/canine than cat, based off multiple references and styles of his attacks.
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Posted: Sep 23rd 2011 6:57PM drunkingamebar said

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@DevilSei

"No need to bring in any Fan-wars here."

"Also, my first thought did lean towards Red 13 seeing the plushy"

/golfclap.
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Posted: Sep 23rd 2011 12:51PM Shadbox said

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We "south american players" thanks Arenanet for excluding us AGAIN in all their contests. We've thousands of players, give us a hand sometime!!!

Posted: Sep 23rd 2011 5:26PM Ehra said

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@Shadbox

This is just an unfortunate results of the conflicting laws different countries have on contests. This isn't an Anet post, but it is about this very topic as it relates to international contests:

http://forums.lotro.com/showthread.php?420170-Any-Plans-for-Competitions-for-EU-players&p=5700851#post5700851

"In beta we created a contest that did include several EU countries, though unfortunately not all of them. In order to make it work it required that we exclude a US state (Rhode Island), because the laws involved to make it legal in several countries made it illegal in that state.

There is a simple reality to all of this, no contest will ever be all inclusive. Someone somewhere will always be excluded. It's simply the way the laws work and mesh. One country may declare that someone from that country must win while another country mandates that absolutely no pre-determination is allowed. If a contest is legal in the first country, it's immediately illegal in the second and vice verse."


Areas will always have to be left out, unfortunately.
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