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8-07-2008 @ 1:38AM
Delicious Hunter QQ.Seriously though: this is kind of funny just because it reverses the usual state of affairs. Usually Hunters demand every sort of loot drop and then the Rogue gets angry because he missed out on some perfect and lovely dagger that is excellent for combat daggers, but is just a throw away AGI boost for the hunter.Sweet, sweet hunter QQ.
8-07-2008 @ 1:42AM
Maybe in 5 man pugs but in a hardcore raid environment nonsense like that doesn't happen.
8-07-2008 @ 2:29AM
Wait...what was that? combat daggers??? lmao!!! That must have been a joke right? combat daggers that is too funny!As for that bow, who cares it's a game, get over it.
8-08-2008 @ 3:23PM
Of course all of those hunters deserve death.
8-07-2008 @ 5:21AM
it's funny, because hunters stack agi to buff rogue dps...
8-07-2008 @ 12:25PM
Aw... sounds like a rogue lost an Emerald Ripper! Or whatever it is that rogues are jonesing for.Surely, the fact that hunters would prefer Sonic Spear, Trollbane, Netherbane, Halberd of Desolation or the Shivering Felspine has nothing to do with this rogue's QQing! After all, I see so many polearm-or-axe-specced rogues...
8-07-2008 @ 4:59PM
That only happens when you're lvling 1-60, most people learn their role in loot (melee weapons to melee people first)
8-08-2008 @ 12:27PM
Although giving the bow to rogue wasn't too bright idea, it was worth doing it just to hear all the hunter ninjas bitching around :)Yes, yes, yes... Next time I'll hear about hunter rolling/bidding for The Cursed Vision of Sargeras I'll remind him the bow :)So much fun... It would be pity just to give Thoridal to hunter and miss all the qqing :)
9-17-2008 @ 10:08AM
Combat Daggers? Really Daggers? It may have been a few months since I played WoW but I've got a 70 Rogue and I figured it was common knowledge that u go with Swords.
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