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1-20-2009 @ 1:03PM
What i find funny is how many hunters are crying nerfed and gimped but we raid with plenty of hunters who do just fine. In fact one of our very highest raid dpsers is a hunter. Honestly, every single class swears up and down they are nerfed too much. If this was a post about mages, or warlocks, you'd have a few dozen comments from those classes QQing instead. Get over it and get better at class. Learn how to adapt to the changes like other people. When they change your class, figure out what they did and how to work with it. Post constructive feedback on forums if there is a problem, but whining is exactly why blizzard never takes any feedback seriously. I'm glad GC has been banning all of the whiners lately on forums.
1-20-2009 @ 1:09PM
I am over it, and so are many other hunters. We've already adapted and there's already a new cookie cutter spec even before the patch goes live. Blizzard essentially buffed one spec and nerfed another. No one's QQing about that... just the Aspects bug which is annoying. Repeat, its a BUG, not a design decision by blizzard.
1-20-2009 @ 1:11PM
You obviously arnt a hunter, and haven't read the hunter changes. You say this hunter is highest DPS, blizz saw this happening and swung the nerf bat at hunters a few times to fix it. That hunter forgeting this bug will be much lower dps than he was before, and now he will be even lower because of this bug.
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