MMO Development Lesson #33

If a decision can logically be altered, let the player change their decision. Certain aspects of a character are essentially set in stone in most fiction, such as race choice; these aspects don’t need to be changeable. But, anything that makes sense to change (and is technologically feasible) like talent or achievement choices should be alterable by the player later in the game. Other examples are hair style choices, faction selections (depending on their importance in a game), and where their home recall point is.

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