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10-22-2008 @ 10:52PM
It is obvious that some non-hunters are commenting :)A lot of times there is a shortage of tanks, and most times an abundance of hunters. Allowing a hunter pet to tank was a brilliant addition to help alleviate both of these issues. It would be worthy of 'WTF's if this was in a true endgame raid but come on. The hunter specced himself and the pet for exactly this task and surely his DPS was less than normal.Way to go Durante, from a former Hydraxis hunter.
10-22-2008 @ 11:34PM
Allowing hunters to be self sufficent and provide roles outside of what they should be able to does not alleviate the shortage of tanks. It increases the number of retarded hunters.Hunters from my experience fall into 3 categories.1) Extremely naive on how to run instances, dunno about traps.. scattershot.. threat. etc. because they spent all their time soloing everything.2) Extremely arrogant and stubborn and do not follow group dynamics in instances... because they spent all their time soloing everything. The type that like to md.. fd.. drop group.. hearth.. 3) Actually not bad and play their class extremely well and bring some solid dps and cc abilities.Sadly 99% of the hunters I've encountered fall into the first 2 categories.I guess it's personal. I just dont hunters.. and I think it's because of how Blizzard has designed the class... It's a haven for antisocial retards. Of course there are exceptions to the rule...If i have to bear with a hunter as the tank in my grp i'd rather bubble and hearth. Heal my pet.. Heal my pet.. LOL
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