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7-23-2009 @ 1:05PM
What annoys me the most about this is that it comes after a number of them dissappeared from the stable. I know that mine became an empty stable slot on its own over a week ago, and my hopes shot up when I saw it back in my stable, only to find it was simply another little wolf. It's one thing to take it away, it's another thing entirely to jerk around our emotions and get our hopes up like that, Blizz. Cruel, just cruel.
7-23-2009 @ 1:09PM
Does baby want a tissue?
7-23-2009 @ 1:10PM
Pull on your three wolf moon shirt and your day will improve.
You were obviously never meant to tame him as a pet, so why so disappointed?You took a chance, and it didn't work out, too bad. End of story..Now go look for the next "wow this shouldn't be tameable"-pet and enjoy it while it lasts :)
7-23-2009 @ 1:16PM
@ Tri:I'm guessing after the light was shined on Worgen they probably did a broader review of other NPCs that shouldn't be tamed. In fact one would think it should be on a punch list somewhere for every patch/expansion moving forward to prevent this kind of thing. Whether that happens or not is another matter =)
7-23-2009 @ 9:06PM
It is disapointing. Like many things in the game, though, it was never intended to be tamed. At the end of the day, as awesome and badass as the Worgen was, we have to accept all changes (the good and the bad) made by Blizzard in order to fix the unintended.My main is a hunter. I thought the Worgen was amazing and I do not resent Blizzard for removing it. They are the ones working behind the curtain. Blizzard sees the future of things we do-not-yet-know. Perhaps there is good reason for this change that we are not yet aware of. You never know what the future holds, try to hope for the best. I don't think they intentionally try to "eff with us" or to be cruel.
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