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11-14-2007 @ 4:04PM
As a Survival hunter ( 0/0/61 ) I can say with confidence that the lack of double trap doesn't bother me in the slightest and it's a strength of my build, I don't even see a necessity for it honestly. If your needing to double trap then you may want to consider just how many mobs you are pulling. Blizz has forced the Hunter Class to Range DPS majority with a very minor melee capability. I don't have a problem with griding and using just one solitary trap, and nine times out of ten it's not for cc it's for DPS. Someone asked about Pet CC; All hunters have a way for their pet to hold agro, it's called Growl, people forget this and think it's not worth it, that will "save your bacon" just as well as traps.Hunters where being called the new warlock's way before the patch even went live, the rumors where abound, and the PTR was just being setup let people complain. The dead zone was just one more way to kill us off, as we have (save for the survival tree ) no real way to provide protection from melee especially in a mass agro situation. It's about time the Hunter class got a boost enough to make us viable especially the survival tree. I don't care about the QQ from other classes or even other Hunters in the slightest. I wasn't crying when other classes where dancing in my dead zone with spells or going melee range to put me down, instead I adapted and figured a way to beat them. It's called a learning curve, and some thought into how you play, the vs. Hunter I win Button is coming to an end.I'm not asking for flaming, I am putting in my two cents like it or not.
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