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10-08-2008 @ 3:27AM
@Cambro:Oh for goodness sake, another remtard who doesn't know the difference between Invisibility and Stealth. To sum it up for the ignorant: In invisibility you can't see enemy targets, in stealth you can. Invisibility is purely an escape mechanism or for minor content bypassing. It's a lot worse than stealth, not least because it's got a limited duration. Oh, and you can get AoEd out of it without seeing the AoEer. (Not complaining about Invis, I love it, just showing the differences). So actually stealth is limited to Rogues, Druids and to a lesser extent Nelfs, despite the fact that if they move it breaks.Also, on your pet list (which is incomplete) - all those except for hunter and warlock either have to be picked up as talents or have massive cooldowns. The ability to occasionally summon a pet does not make a class a "pet class", the same way that Shadowmeld does not make all Nelfs rogues.
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