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9-11-2008 @ 6:00PM
My main is a hunter so if they don't fix hunters for WOTLK, nothing else matters. I don't care about new zones, new instances, new bg, etc... If my hunter isn't fixed, (and it's not as it looks now) then I'm not buying WOTLK.Yeah they'll miss my 50 bucks for WOTLK and 15 a month a lot I know. But I'm thinking it will be 15*a large number of a popular class who were already fed up, and see no help on the way.
9-11-2008 @ 6:44PM
My god, I truly hope you're right.If WotLK makes every hunter quit the game (or at least nerfs the @#$% out of them) then I'll be one happy chappy.
9-11-2008 @ 7:45PM
@Chris:Are you naturally that big of a jerk, or did you have to practice?You must really be a terrible person (not player, person), if the only way you can enjoy the game is to insist it be ruined for other people.And that goes for all the other people who demand huge nerfs for classes they don't play.
9-11-2008 @ 9:22PM
I'm one of those 10% of hunters who actually try to learn how to play and comments like this make me want to pay 50 bucks just so that people like STereo won't play...there's a reason we have a bad name & he's one of them.@STereo...have you even looked at some of the amazing talents & pets we'll get in the expansion? I suggest that you take a quick look at the BRK posts & then re-think your attitude.The current beta build is just that...BETA. It means that the devs are trying to work out the balance in the game and if it means that some skills/talents go up or down during that time, so be it. As long as they're equal when it hits live, I'll be happy (as will most mature hunters and players of every class).Lyrael, on behalf of the NHA (Non-Huntards Alliance)
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