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10-21-2008 @ 3:55PM
is that considered an exotic pet? not a fan of BM tbh...
10-21-2008 @ 4:05PM
I can understand not wanting to be BM. I was Surv from Grulls/Mags till end of TK. But once I went BM I will never go back, for PVE you can't beat the damage of a BM hunter and it doesn't look like that is going to change in WOTLK.
10-22-2008 @ 9:00AM
I just beat my own BM DPS as Marks.
10-22-2008 @ 2:51PM
hello again, i agree BM is a great spec. It was my spec for 1-70.. but just like yourself, I tried another spec which turned out to be marks and i, too, would never go back. i've experimented with the new BM skills post 3.0.2 patch and they're all right, but I have grown an even larger attachment to the deep marksman tree, relying on the skills such as silencing shot, and the new chimaera shot I am really loving!as for my other question, does anyone know if this wolf will be considered an exotic pet? i tried searching petopia (yesterday... have not checked today as of this post), but i did not see an entry for this armored wolf which appears to be the same model as the racial epic ground mount for the orcs.thanks!!
11-12-2008 @ 7:26PM
The thing is, it is not individual pets that become exotic, it is pet families. This one belongs to the Wolf family I assume, which is NOT exotic, so I would think it is not either
11-12-2008 @ 9:15PM
Correct the Hellfire ramparts wolf is not a Exotic pet.
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