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7-23-2009 @ 1:39PM
Pretty interesting QA, compared to other class Q&As, it seems that there's more hunter mechanics that Blizzard are not happy with. I'm most happy about the future improvements to pet action bars. In general, while most things in WoW are getting simpler, I'm glad they are expanding the pet dynamics as that's the essential role-play aspect for a hunter (for me at least). Here's hoping they find some synergy between hunter pets and the rather lackluster warlock pets.On the subject of "gearing up ammo", I would have thought that if they eventually get rid of consumable ammo, the easier way to gear up bows and guns is to provide a greater range of enchantments for them, other than scopes. Alternatively a temporary buff (like rogue poisons) that allows hunters to choose the right type for the encounter (ice / fire / poison arrows).
7-23-2009 @ 7:09PM
Yeah, I'd like to add that while I don't play a hunter, I'm certainly envious that they're getting such care & attention. Hunters have been and still are a player base favorite, and that's fine with me; all classes really should have that kind of treatment, even if it's to deny changes everybody is asking for.At the risk of proving the recent saying that priests are the mages when it comes to endlessly crying and whining, I'm still very much jealous. :P
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