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4-07-2008 @ 6:01PM
I'm suprised at this moment someone hasn't trolled in with QQ and all that crap.I think that the class does have some immediate issues that could use some tweaking. Raiding as a hunter takes practice and without macros or add-ons intuition, and depending on the instance some specs are better than others. Baring that in mind for a DPS class Even at our top best, with full gear and enchants, we live up to maybe top 5 or 10 in the DPS ranks. Compare us to a Mage, Warlock, Shaman, or Boomkin and in the right hands the class is lack luster.With as much as a hunter has to keep up with, you would think people could have a little respect for that. Then again I've been doing survival spec for about 2 years going on three now, though all it's bits and changes. Maybe I pine for a day when hunters are comperable raid DPS. eh, who knows.BTW the armory gear is not my raid gear. For those trolls looking to make comments.
4-07-2008 @ 9:49PM
At the T5/T6 level the potential Hunter damage output becomes insane. Admittedly as with all raiding your damage done is dependant upon your talent build (Survival Hunters trading personal DPS for raid DPS), group composition, personal skill and most importantly upon the particular encounter you are completing. Keeping that in mind hunters are capable of sustaining around 24-2500DPS by the time they reach Brutallus. Sure they'll still be fighting locks hard for the #1 title but they'll definitely be out-damaging the Mage, Shadow Priest, Boomkin, Shaman and Rogue in the group.
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