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5-22-2008 @ 6:17PM
Not to QQ too much, but I feel that us Hunters are the ones with the heftiest bills during raiding. We need flasks, check. We guzzle fel mana pots, check. We need food buffs, check. We need tons of ammo, check. We wear mail, so our repair bills aren't cheap either. Add pet food plus mana oil. The only class that would compete with us would be tanks, and they don't have to buy ammo, or pet food. Further, how about mana consumption? It's not uncommon for me to drink 3-4 fel mana pots in a T5 fight. That stuff adds up quick. What about mages and so forth? I don't have a feel for how much mana they burn. My guess is mages are up there with us as far as mana burn. I think I burn abuot 200g per raid on all this stuff. (2 flasks, 20 fel mana, 1 oil, 1 stack pet food, 24 stacks of ammo) The flasks and fel mana pots aren't cheap. Plus with progression content, you could easily wipe 5 times on a boss and chug 2 pots each time. That hurts, baby. Thank the lord for dailies.
6-20-2008 @ 7:38PM
You might shoot your gold off with every shot but I have lost count of times the hunter feins death on a wipe and saves the 10% damage to all gear. And as you are a ranged damage dealer you shouldn't get hit to often meaning your gear doesn't get damaged.Back on topic, I don't mind hunters having mana. Mana is just the magical energy of Azeroth and it makes sense that hunters tap into to enhance their shots, it's all there is available for them to tap into. Energy isn't right because it's not as if standing there shooting is as hard work as whirlwinding a couple of daggers round for 10-15 minutes....
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