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6-28-2008 @ 4:10PM
Here's my take. The Pet Talent Trees may just fix the most persistent problem Hunter have with their pets: the need to find and tame pets in the wild to learn new skills.The process of finding and taming wild pets requires hunters to leave an open stable slot, meaning that -- until you hit the level cap and know all the pet skills you need -- hunters can only have two different pets while leveling. Since hunters can only have two pets, they generally only go for DPS pets.I'd love there to be situations where certain dungeons, certain boss fights or whatever would dictate different pet families: "we are running a bear tank so could you bring your pet with the Attack Power buff?" or "We have a Pally tank against caster mobs, could you bring your AoE Silence pet?" Tat would bring a whole NEW level of complexity and utility to the hunter class. (and THAT is my response to Coldbear's pointless blathering about huntards.)
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