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4-25-2008 @ 11:32AM
Quite an unusual and suprising change to the ret pally, unsure how it will play out.
4-25-2008 @ 11:36AM
Hunters already have aggro problems since 2.4 hit and pets can't hold a mob for more then 1 or 2 hits. Now Blizzard has nerfed Boars to be just as useless as the other pets.I can't wait for Age of Conan to come out in a few days. I'm so sick of Blizzard ruining this once great game.I hope they run their e-sport wannabe game into the ground.
4-25-2008 @ 1:03PM
Yes, because the mmo that is completely stomping the competition with an ever-growing player base is clearly being "run into the ground." And just because your precious boar is getting a nerf (welcome to the nerfs! the rest of has have had plenty) doesn't mean the game sucks. Any other mmo you pick up will have nerfs in it too and sometimes they'll even nerf you. Yes, YOU!(For the record, I actually do think this new change to pet aggro kinda sucks but it could be a lot worse for hunters...)
4-25-2008 @ 5:15PM
You don't understand. Let me explain it to you. Most hunters that were knowlegable knew that boars were the best leveling pet, and continue to do fine. Pets are a part of us. We hate when our pets die, or when they don't get healed. The pets are a part of us. (I'm repeating so you'll understand). When my main hunter left my previous raiding guild, they still inquire about my beloved pig. I've had the pig for a year. Pets are very difficult to level up properly. They nerf the pig, they nerf a huge part of the class. Many of us are very upset over this, it pretty much drives a stake through the heart of the class. Hunters will never be the same. Others can't possibly understand how important the pets are, but when you spend thousands of hours with a pet, and they nerf it, and you have to get rid of it (because there aren't enough stable slots and you need a pet that will actually, you know, work), well a part of you just dies inside.
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