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7-24-2008 @ 10:20PM
Blizz seems to favor BM hunters over everything else. I like the idea of marks and was hoping it would get something better than what it has so far. Oh well, looks like my rogue will become my main after all until I get to be an ungimped marks hunter.Thats not to say I dont like my pet, I just like the idea of my pet assisting my damage and not being the most important part to it, like with most locks for instance. Demonology is def the pet tree to locks but they are not absolutey dependent upon it (I may be wrong though, dont get upset at me like I am an expert on the issue) and the other trees are just as good as demonology, if not better, in many areas. as it is right now, MM hunters are nothing compared to BM.I think thats the other main reason why I am still MM, even though everyone says it sucks, I've gotten so used to being the underestemated character in MMOs that I've gotten used to proving I can do it well. It also makes it easier to single out morons who think they can kill me by themselves....and yes, I know the conflition between enjoying playing the underdog and not wanting to be it anymore
7-25-2008 @ 2:31AM
Imho MM spec does not suck at all. A decent MM/SV build allows a great DPS output along with improved traps, that really help in raids. I don't raid a lot but when I do (Karazhan) I'm always in the first places at the top, given that I'm still full blue with some epics (but with all the best enchants/gems I could find for every single piece of my gear).When playing, nobody complains. I decently manage traps and I provide a good improved CC (thanks to the points spent in SV tree) as well as a great DPS.What I *really* do not like of BM spec is that it obviously relies on your pet's survivability. If your pet dies, you're a naked under-powered hunter until someone res. him (or you do). And from what I've seen so far, BM pets die exactly as MM/SV pets do in raids AND heroic instances.
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