|Katina Davis Webstore Coordinator
But, but Seelah is a champion (paladin)! She wouldn't break into a kobold den for a few xp!
Now Merisiel on the other hand...
Her image is basically only used as an illustration on the playing piece that's still called a "fighter". The game keep the "foe" playing pieces very simple. And instead of simply having a "Fighter Blue Valeros" and a "Fighter Red Valeros", they went with "Fighter Valeros" and "Fighter Seelah".TBF, the humor is "meta" enough that they probably didn't care about actual lore stuff... I mean, even Valeros would not know he only need 1 more XP to lvl up to 20... and would think that anyone using these words in that order would be quite weird. xD
|Aaron Shanks Director of Marketing
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