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1-18-2010 @ 5:30PM
I agree that having your Pet on Defensive in most heroics works just fine. I have never had a single problem that stems from my pet being on Defensive. It's far easier to keep them on that than on Passive: telling them to separately attack every single mob, especially when dealing with large groups. As long as you keep an eye on them and make sure they don't go running off after something (which, even without your pet chasing, would most likely pull more things regardless), you should have no issues with Defensive. :)
1-19-2010 @ 2:49PM
I like keeping my Wolf on defensive in raids, PuGs, etc etc - making sure I get the AP bonus and keeping him close by in case a mob starts chewing on my healer's head, I can just send him over and switch fire.And the occasional Freezing Trap a few feet in front of your favorite healer type is a good way to say "Hi. I appreciate you. I feel you are a snappy dresser, a needed necessity and a worthwhile addition to our merry band of miscreants. Please drop a HoT on my pet if he needs it. Kthx."
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