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7-24-2008 @ 11:33AM
Don't hunters have something on a 30 second cooldown that wipes aggro for them? I play a hunter, too. I've learned that part of being a hunter is recognizing that it's okay to stop shooting for 5 or 6 seconds to let your pet attack the mob alone. The pet isn't in danger of dying if you stop DPS for a bit, trust me.
7-24-2008 @ 12:23PM
hunters kill stuff faster than once every 30 sec
7-24-2008 @ 12:59PM
Well there is the problem. The mindset that hunters NEED to kill things faster than 30 seconds a pop. Can't we slow down and just enjoy the game?It's the argument of the person who consistantly goes 10 MPH over the speed limit. You only run into the people who slow you down because you insist on going so fast.
7-24-2008 @ 1:06PM
When as a Hunter you are forced to feign death to remove aggro after nothing but auto-shot it is a problem.The purpose of having a pet and giving it growl was that it should be able to tank for the hunter. That was it's purpose. So when it is incabable of doing that even when the Hunter severely limits his DPS by doing nothing but a base auto-attack it is a problem.
7-24-2008 @ 6:04PM
I agree with Charcuterie... I have at least one of each class and hunter is by far easiest to solo (plus it's my fav). It's called Aggro Management... is that hard to understand. I used Feign Death regularly. I am also BM so I have Intimidation which I use all the time. When you're higher levels, there's Misdirect. After a night of soloing with my lvl 70 hunter, my repair bill is around 20s. Try doing that with any other class. If you want aggro issues, try playing a Mage. Better yet, try soloing with a Mage or a Priest... you'll know the locations of all the graveyards real quick.
7-25-2008 @ 5:48AM
:/DPS = Damage Per Second. you stop attacking your DPS will go down.
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