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AoC has a male/female issue.

Saturday, July 05, 2008

http://www.tentonhammer.com/node/37257. Amazing how they never fixed it in the beta stages of the game. At least -someone- should have noticed the differences between the attackpower of both genders?

' Let me begin with saying “yes, we here at Funcom agree with you; this is an unacceptable bug”. We never intended for any character to be stronger/weaker than another based on its gender, and we have been working on making the necessary adjustments to correct this issue for quite some time already."

I don't know, but it just makes you wonder...

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