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12-10-2008 @ 1:21PM
Every good hunter I've talked too knew this was going to happen. I'm frankly pretty tired of people who play this game, claim that they're "goods" yet look at this (or any game play balance change) nerf like it's not founded, or needed. One of my Guildies picked up an old hunter alt after re-joining for Wrath. Went through all of Outlands, and is not raiding with us in Nexus and UtK and we'll start A'N tonight. After about 10 trash pulls in his first Nexus run with us, he was like "OMG they're gonna nerf us hard" .BRK, take some responsibility for being a bullhorn for your class, and instead of feeding the over sensationalized hype and QQ over Hunter Nerfs to get some page views, come clean, Hunters were ridiculous in PvE, period. BM hunters at 70-80 are just like BM hunters in the Twin 19 bracket, you can't get past their pets AT ALL. Now, I've talked in depth with my Hunter buddy, and we both agree, that we think Blizz is being over zealous with what they're nerfing. I personally feel, if Hunters threat generation matched their damage potential, say, like the other big damage dealers, (Ie Mages) then I'd be perfectly happy with them being on top all the time on the DPS charts. Because at least then, it would cull their unabashed 'plinking' they can do now while hiding behind their pet, and all their aggro dumps. This in my estimation is why they're so powerful right now. I frankly would like someone else that can blow up the DPS meter beside a Mage , Lock or SP. They just need to re-work the threat gain for Hunters.But, thats too easy I think.
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