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* MMORPG is short for [[Wikipedia:Massively multiplayer online role-playing game|Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game]], which are typically defined as a game in which players take on personas and interact amongst one another.
* MMORPG is short for [[Wikipedia:Massively multiplayer online role-playing game|Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game]], which are typically defined as a game in which players take on personas and interact amongst one another.
* In the gaming community, [[Internet Slang|noob]], alternately spelled "n00b", refers to an inexperienced, new, or generally unskilled player, and is used fairly derogatively.
* In the gaming community, [[Internet Slang|noob]], alternately spelled "n00b", refers to an inexperienced, new, or generally unskilled player, and is used fairly derogatively.
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* The hot elf being played by a man is a reference to idea of [[TVTropes:Main/GIRL|Guy In Real Life, or GIRL]], wherein most females online are actually men posing as women. The "lonely lady" playing a male character is a reversal of this idea.
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* Ms. Right being played by a man is a reference to idea of [[TVTropes:GIRL|Guy In Real Life, or GIRL]], wherein most females online are actually men posing as women.
=== Remarks ===
=== Remarks ===
* The Hot Elves class has not been seen prior to the class screen.
* The Hot Elves class has not been seen prior to the class screen.
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* The Babym'n's sprite is a modification of the Rather Dashing sprite.
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* Babym'n is a [[Wikipedia:palette swap|palette swap]] of the Rather Dashing sprite.
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* The description for the Keeper class spells magic as "magick", an archaic spelling typically associated with dark arts.
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* The description for the Keeper class spells magic as "magick", an archeic spelling typically associated with dark arts.
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* Typically, lag due to slow processing would not make an object move slower, as mentioned in the Other Ideas section, but slows down how the computer processes it, making it ''more'' difficult to catch.
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* Typically, lag would not make an object move slower, as mentioned in the Other Ideas section, but slows down how the computer processes it, making it ''more'' difficult to catch.
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* [[Forum:18216|forum thread re: "Peasant's Quest Proposed Sequels"]]
* [[Forum:18216|forum thread re: "Peasant's Quest Proposed Sequels"]]
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