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gilthanas

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as u speak of dragons:

 

i always wondered why there are several totally different cultures from all ages that do know dragons. any1 got an answer to that? :ph34r:

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It's because all cultures sometimes tend to drag ideas and beliefs from other cultures, thus creating the distinct image that they all believe in something, but originally, only one or two did.

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we've gone thru this long ago...

 

they said dragons are to difficult to model and texture...

 

i tried doin myself and yes they're very difficult indeed...

 

EDIT: lol sorry...just read the question again haha...but yes i love dragons myself and would love to see them in EL eventually...

Edited by JonLask

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they said dragons are to difficult to model and texture...

That has little to do with it, in fact Roja made some nice looking dragon models at some point. The problem is that dragons tend to be, well... big. And the server can currently not handle multitile creatures well, something you'll have noticed if you've ever seen a deer half hidden in a wall or inside your own body.

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ahhhhhh yea thats true...is there word of new server that would be able to handle these issues?

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if there is a dragon skull why are there no living dragons?

 

If there is a dinosour skull in my backyard, why are there no living dinosours? :)

 

~think about it~

Edited by xavier1

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