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Just so that it's clear! Talien is not saying that thinking men are the most dangerous thing in the world. Rather, he's saying that Lenz thinking about something is the most dangerous thing in the world. Because this usually leads us to buttporings.

Now then! As you guys know from reading previous rambling rants and comics, I'm a stickler for drawing the various classes by their official concept artwork as drawn by Myung-Jin Lee. Where possible, of course. The concept art isn't always available (specifically for new classes and such)—sometimes we get lucky and see some preview sketches, though. Which reminds me, I need to find out what happened to some of the early 2-1 and 2-2 sketches Myung-Jin Lee did. This comic was an object lesson in "concept art does not equal sprite's appearance." There's a lot of things the sprite artists at Gravity don't replicate from Myung-Jin Lee's work when designing the sprite sets for various classes. This led to female mages looking like cavewomen in-game when they look a little more reasonable and mystical in The Leemeister's artwork. Try comparing the male and female Taekwon class family's concept artwork with their sprites. You'll see what I mean. I'm never going to look at Taekwons the same way ever again, regardless!

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