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9-17-2009 @ 11:13AM
Blizzard will never let BM be on par with MM and SV because they claim it's "easier" to play than the other two specs. If that's the case then why didn't they change it in wrath? In my opinion BM is no easier than the other two specs. You still have a shot rotation, cooldowns to manage and you have to watch your pet more closely. If your pet dies then your dps plummets. Keeping your pet alive in a fight that isn't nice to the hunter's pet is harder than most people think.I play BM for fun but I raid as SV. I'm not concerned with being number one on the dps charts. I want to keep my raid progressing without hindering it because I'm constantly falling behind. While BM has been made more raid viable it still doesn't bring what MM or SV does sadly. Ferocious inspiration is a small benefit compared to what the other specs can do. This is a game and I play it to have fun.
9-18-2009 @ 2:14AM
Ha! Beast Mastery easy to play? Maybe if our pets had the intelligence to move out of void zones, avoid cleaves, ect. As it is, we have two seperate characters to position in a fight, blow cooldowns on, and generally just keep alive.I don't care what anyone says, Survival and Marks are the easy specs, they don't even have to care about their pet. Just spam one through six for leet deeps.
9-18-2009 @ 12:03AM
Link for your lofty claim of blizzard stating BM is easier and is therefore artificially held back?I'm pretty darned sure they've never said anything like that. Sounds like you've either misinterpreted something or dreamt it up, because I've sure never seen any blue state anything of the sort.It's been Blizzard's policy so far that all DPS trees should be roughly equal, I see no reason why they should make an exception for hunters.
9-18-2009 @ 10:43AM
Faar is a retarded troll. GC said that BM does not deserve to be viable because it is too easy.
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