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7-03-2008 @ 3:40PM
It could also be that Blizzard has heard the call, and perhaps this could give hunters a chance to have their pet hold more aggro than the current pre-stated amount. If it means losing a little DPS to having a pet that was more certain than ever to hold aggro while questing/grinding, sure, I'd go for it. I don't mind if fights take just a little longer.I'm not certain if I'm phrasing this right, but one thing I notice is that hunters' feelings on what their pets should and shouldn't do is all over the road. The pet talent tree is a great way for a hunter to decide exactly how they'd like their pet to act. I think it's awesome. :)
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