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7-07-2009 @ 5:03PM
Ouch, gonna be some sad hunters out there. Not that they should be surprised about this.
7-07-2009 @ 5:30PM
I leveled in Howling Fjord, so no chance for me at all.WTB more unique pets like Garwal.
7-07-2009 @ 6:30PM
I started my hunter in howling fjord yesterday (dinged 69 last night). I did all the pre-req's for the quest yesterday and planned on doing the 5-6 quest chain to get the worgen today :(Yah, it sucks, but I half expected it to get hot-fixed today. I will spend my nights crying thinking of the possibilities that could have been :*(
7-08-2009 @ 1:08AM
wasted a bit of time trying to tame him last night, before the servers shut down, but it was next to impossible thanks to the 5 level alliance hunters who came and stood around taking turns trying to tame him... sucks to you jerks, now you cant even use him! :P
7-08-2009 @ 8:16AM
I was somewhat surprised, considering that hunters that tamed Spirit of Koosu and similar pets were allowed to keep them in their useful state, despite that they were never intended to be tamable.At least those hunters that got in early enjoyed their Wolfos while they lasted.
7-08-2009 @ 8:52AM
I grabbed an heirloom gun and mail shoudlers and leveled my hunter alt from 69-71 overnight to grab this pet before the inevitable hotfix hammer hit. Eventually, when I finish levelling him I plan to switch to a spec other than beastmaster (so I can get by without pet talents) and use this worgen pet permanently.Of course, now I'll also need a glyph of mend pet to keep him happy, since the big guy refuses to find happiness in food - poor anorexic worgen... plus he seems to be chronically depressed due to having his talents taken away, which I can understand, that would make me a sad panda too. Or worgen. Whatever.
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