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12-03-2008 @ 10:35AM
@9/Matthew:I'd go you one better. Any pets probably should be set to passive in an instance. Learning how to manage your pet is one of the things that comes with playing a pet class.When we started Kara we had a couple hunters in the group, and it was par for the course for the first few weeks for one of them have a pet run off somehow and pull something we didn't intend. I still don't know how it was happening, but the hunter in question eventually learned to control the pet.The humorous side: this problem pet was still unnamed when we started Kara. After the trouble the hunter allowed it to cause, he named it "LEROY".
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