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10-02-2008 @ 11:17PM
It's not a matter of lore, here, it's psychology. I admit, I did think of the favoured enemy mechanic from D&D, but I wasn't actually trying to incorporate it into my rationale. Rather, I was thinking about the reason why a hunter hunts, and the manner in which they approach the hunt.If you really want to get into lore, I can point you at Sylvanas. Her singleminded hatred of the Scourge is a powerful example of this sort of hunter. Another example would be the Silverwing Sentinels. Not all are hunters, but those that are certainly develop skills for stalking and skirmishing the Warsong in Ashenvale, all for the sake of avenging Cenarius and the felled portions of the forest.
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