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11-02-2009 @ 11:34PM
I approve of above post. Honestly though, the relationship between a hunter to pet and warlock to minion are two completely scenarios. I play a hunter as a main, though I recently just started a lock. For a hunter, the term "pet" doesn't capture what the true relation is between hunter and beast. Companion, guardian (hell in my case partner in crime) better suits it I guess. The talent spirit bond also captures this quite nicely. A hunter tames a beast and then works to keep em happy. Once upon a time, pet would get pissed and would eventually leave your behind too if you didn't. By contrast, a lock minion doesn't need the upkeep because they are slaves, no real gain to keep em happy if you can just crack the whip. Also, it's hard enough seeing some of the hunter pets float around. Though some are creative, others I have to wonder what they were smoking and where to get me some of that ****. To be fair though, I have seen some minion's with odd names. Just got my VW other day, held my breath and out popped.....Hukjuk. Really?
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