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12-10-2008 @ 9:32AM
Being a hunter I'm gonna QQ definitely. Don't read if ya don't agree please.I don't understand what about Hunter's pve damage is OP?I mean Rogues and Spriest could easily out dps me and we're all in badge/naxx gear.Ret pallies still do reasonable damage after the nerf and DKs, totally pawn Hunters.We were nerfed a long time ago and this is a second bat to the face.*sigh* I'll just get used to it over time i guess.. but man.. zugzug
12-10-2008 @ 10:07AM
If you are getting out-damaged by SPriests, you either have VERY good SPriests or you need to raise your game a bit. We should always top the damage meters (save survival hunters) in the current situation, and we should still nearly top them even after the nerfs.
12-10-2008 @ 10:11AM
You are facerolling the wrong side of the keyboard?
12-10-2008 @ 10:25AM
"wrong side of the keyboard"i lolt.
12-10-2008 @ 10:32AM
First, can you say volley?The one move repeated over and over would generally put us on top of the dps charts. Ive been waiting for it.
12-10-2008 @ 10:49AM
Got to agree with the others on this - I have an equally-geared, equally talented shadow priest and hunter, and there is no way my spriest would out-dps my hunter, were they in the same raid. Hunter uptime alone should keep this from happening, not to mention the ridiculous dps love currently enjoyed by volley.I usually love BRK's thoughts on any hunter subject, but this is a bit much - three pages of QQ over something that should be happening anyway - class balance matters, and if it shows who's playing their class and who's mashing buttons, more power to the changes.
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