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12-28-2008 @ 4:32PM
QUOTE=And now you know why you should always look at your warriors with a crooked glance; they're in ur party, stealin' ur stats... (endquote)thats for people like piper who cant read.I'm only stating as a healer i'd rather have a prot warrior stacking sunder armor, (helping the whole raid btw)than some asshole BM hunter, who's pet is stealing YOUR heals yet dies in every aoe anyway, in my raid.I won't heal BM hunters pets. I won't cast an aoe till they are dead.so yes. I look at you "mr hunter" with shifty eyes. because I don't like healing "Cat" in a long mana intensive fight, over my ret pally with replentishment.so yes. shifty eyes.... at selfish BM hunter.
12-28-2008 @ 5:24PM
So don't heal "cat". It's the hunter's responsibility to keep him/herself from getting hit, and he/she is also supposed to watch their pet.If "cat" is getting hit hard, I just pull her back, throw some mend pets, and send her back in. Or, there's always that phoenix thing. But for the most part, the BM hunter's pet needs to BE ALIVE for the hunter to keep up good dps from buffs and procs.So if you've got a problem with it, make all your raiding hunters respec survival/marksman, or don't take hunters on your raids.Apparently you don't need them anyway. *shrug*
12-28-2008 @ 6:02PM
Sarcasm - a mode of satirical wit depending for its effect on bitter, caustic, and often ironic language that is usually directed against an individual; a sharply ironical tauntthat's for people like sharkeater75 who can't comprehend.
12-29-2008 @ 5:51AM
And you sir, fail at raiding.Anyone who purposely holds back, in any way, during a raid, is a failtard. You failing to AoE because of "Cat". who helps proc some sweet raid buffs, only goes to show how far your head is up your buttocks sir.Wipe the brown from your chin, and wake up to reality. Maybe you won't wipe on Naxx trash so much if you'd just stfu and do your job.
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