I don't think this has been discussed before but I just thought while responding to a post in uhall: <u>"The true color for an honorable player (one who has PvP capabilities anyway) is red."</u> Somehow a random flash of Thoreau's "Under a government which imprisons any unjustly, the true place for a just man is also a prison" made me come up with this. Anyhow, it makes sense, no? How can one claim to be an honorable player if they engage in PvP, have those offensive skills with which to kill wrongdoers, and yet are blue? In today's UO and probably most if not all mmos, the "undesirable" players are the majority...griefers, cheaters, exploiters, scammers, and just general asshats. With the bad guys all over, and you possessing the means with which to dispose of them, how can you claim to be a "good guy" and "honorable" player if you remain blue (as you would no doubt eventually turn red by killing the dishonorable players as you should)? This is not to say of course that all reds are good and honorable. It is saying that there are no truly honorable blues who have PvP capabilities. So I guess, lol, "In an MMO where you possess the means with which to destroy unhonorable players, the honorable player will destroy unhonorable players." Cheesy I know but it was Thoreau's words that made me come up with "The true color for an honorable player is red." Just thinking... Discuss.