Kazaan wrote:I think it's a pretty big presumption to assume that "blinded" and "sightless" are the same thing. If you are in a dark room and have no way to see in the dark, you are effectively blind, but you are not "sightless"; you're just not currently seeing anything because no light is reflecting from objects into your eyes (or, at least, insufficient for sight).
Let me try this, the link might have been missed by some:Dictionary.com wrote:
1.unable to see; blind.
So sightless creatures are invisible. This is why we don't use external dictionaries.
color spray needs to be FAQ'd and that's all there is to it. Every solution we may come up with is made up because the game lacks the definitions required to satisfy the description. No matter how much logic you use to satisfy your argument, there is logic to satisfy the opposite one.