I'm just saying, if I break your leg right now you gonna be moving as fast as you are with both good legs? And does it continue to drain my stamina after I've broken said leg? I understand initial stamina costs for breaking your ish, but after too? that's just a hassle.
I get you, but It doesn't make a lick of sense for me to continue paying stamina costs. But I guess that's what the whole mechanics thing is about. If this was like a submission of some kind I'd completely agree.
I want you to think long and hard about the ability to kill and whether or not it's relevant to you as a character of 150 Reiatsu. Keep in mind that it goes both ways and that Opt-Out is an excellent way to skip a great deal of red tape and waiting times given that I can guarantee you that you will not find yourself in a life-or-death situation for a very long while to come.
(and if you do, you will more than likely be on the receiving end of a very large attack)
Thinking was never my strong suit. I find that making quick impulsive gut decisions have always been more fun, and on top of all these things...I ain't a pussy. Red tape has never meant much to me, in that regard I'm color blind. So in conclusion I'm opting in, oddly enough I feel like by saying this I'm painting a rather large target on my back. Then again I'm not that important now am I?
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