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12-04-2007 @ 6:50PM
Okay. Huntards. Lets go.ONE: Imp AotH is godly. Mana should NEVER be a problem, and it's such a huge DPS increase, you should NEVER pass it up. If you need mana, pop more pots.TWO: Imp Revive Pet is only needed if you are a blabbering retard. I've never had my pet die in a fight AS SURVIVAL, excluding Archi, but, that is a given. *If you've never been to the fight, it's probably best to spec Marks/Surv for it. Your pet will not be alive for long no matter how many times you res it.THREE: Thunderhide. Please go into WoW and delete your hunter. Animal Handler is an amazing DPS talent, and you totally pass it by. Thanks for coming, and announcing to the world you are a blabbering moron.FOUR: Efficiency VS Imp Hunters Mark. One hunter per raiding group should have Imp Hunters Mark. This hunter should also be BM, since it's the most mana efficient tree. If you already have a raiding BM hunter that has Imp Mark
12-04-2007 @ 10:12PM
Lol. Give me a low rating. Okay. You can just ignore your stupidity, or, you can fix it. I recommend the latter.Imp AotH is great DPS. If you don't want to do great DPS at the cost of some gold for ammo/mana pots.Imp. Rev Pet is terrible, but, the points anywhere else aren't better.Animal Handler is great for DPS because it's the only way to get more +hit for your pet.Efficiency is great. Imp. Hunters Mark is better, since you not only help your pets DPS, but the entire parties/raids.Sorry if you can't get that.
12-04-2007 @ 10:22PM
Can't we just ignore you?
12-04-2007 @ 11:11PM
Whether or not you were right isn't the issue, so much as your delivery of such information. You chose to deliver it in the manner that reeked of douchebaggery, and that, I believe is what lowered the rating.
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