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2-20-2010 @ 7:50AM
No it shows you haven't been playing a hunter long enough or encountered some of the many different ways that hunters play. Let me first of all state some simple facts that show you havent played a hunter long enough, 1. A melee hunter with buff to melee or not is still the worst idea since their armor can still be easily ripped through by other melee.2. There are plenty of ways to get out of the melee zone in a fraction of a second. If you get killed because you cant keep someone out of melee range than you have other issues to deal with.3. Hunter pets are increasingly becoming issues in raids and 5 mans because the desire for pets to achieve agro solo has caused them to disrupt the delicate agro balance that other tanking classes require. Sure you can turn growl off but still it gives anyone an excuse to kick you simple because they do not like your pet. 4. A temporary pet doesnt need to be managed on a constant basis compared to a permenent pet that often does. Besides if hunters were strong enough on their own without the pet with high dps similar to mage level than adding a pet for a short time would in fact serve as a considerable boost to dps. 5. Last of all there is this wonderful invention bliz put in called dual spec. If you feel you have the need for a pet at your side constantly than you can just have one talent tree be full on beastmastery and the other on whether you prefer mm or survival. These days you dont have to be permemently chained to the hip to the spec that seems the most important. With all these things in consideration my idea actually makes some sense and would allow hunters to truly show whether a hunter can stand on its own like many other classes. If a hunter is just not ready to do that there is still classic bm though just in case you don't think you are ready to be alone.
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