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7-18-2008 @ 12:49AM
Why do I play a hunter? Because it's Easy? No, I don't play it because it's easy. I love the Pet. I want EVERY class to have a pet. I want to get my hunter to 70, and well geared, then my Paladin the rest of the way. Then, I want to level a priest. After that, I'm thinking a Druid. However, the reason I chose a hunter all those years ago (and oh so many character deletions) is because it got to have a combat pet. I can just imagine a Rogue with a little snake, distracting the big huge giant, while the rogue Gnome sneaks up behind and stabs the giant in the .... Ankle??? Oh well, so my example didn't work out quite right, but what about a Mage, and a frost Elemental, or a fire elemental, not nearly as strong as the hunter pet, but going in and taking the aggro for the few seconds the Mage needs to burn, or freeze down the enemy. However, this is all offtopic, and not really about what I'm trying to say. The hunter is a wonderfully easy class to level, IF your not used to closing up to melee range, and doing some real powerful killing. I can easily see how playing a Rogue, or a Tank type, could make you feel just a little lackluster as a Hunter. I love my hunter, and I'm proud of what I can do with him.
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