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7-17-2008 @ 5:44AM
"Some blamed the original poster for inviting not only a Hunter, but a Night Elf Hunter to the group."No need to incorporate this crap in your article. Night Elf and Hunter has nothing to do with anything, if you're a wanker you're a wanker. You might as well have written the rest of your article in 1337. It's that childish a statement... The onus rests on the Party/Raid leader to set the Group Loot settings or even do a spot Armory check.
7-17-2008 @ 9:20AM
Well it tends to be that hunters are an easy class, I've seen hunters solo entire towns just by letting their pet loose and healing it (Azuregos kill was it?) and despite being that easy people still manage to be stupid with them and roll on anything. How many times in bg's have you either been thrown into a group or fought against a group with a night elf hunter named any of the following? Legolas, Drizzt, they have a pet cat named Guenwyvar, Cattiebrie, Aragorn? Stupid hunter name such as IkitedU, trapmastah or bazooka?Also to put this in perspective if you go over to Warcraftrealms you'll find something pretty scarey out. There are as of this post 291,339 NE hunters and if you're like me that doesn't say much so to help out. There are more NE hunters than the entire troll race in the US realms. There are more NE hunters than any other race of hunter.Point is yeah you may think your ne hunter rocks and you do nothing but poop ultility and smile dps but with that many of you guys running around the margin for huntards is massive.
7-17-2008 @ 11:42AM
I blame Legolas. Seriously.Fun stats there.
7-17-2008 @ 12:07PM
Though I argue against your Hunter naming points; they're not half as bad as the Mages and Locks going around. Spellsteal, Lancer, Frosty, Fireballz, FrozenFlame, Spiritoffire...Soulstoner, Dotyou, Imdots, Warloxx, Soulburn, Soulfire, Afflictionz, Afflickshun...Good God I need to stop. Guess who is who.
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