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7-01-2010 @ 11:19AM
"Aspect of the Fox" = "Kill me if you can! ...warrior" :)
7-01-2010 @ 11:58AM
Something tells me, between aspect of the fox, all the instant casts, it's new "Machine gun" nautre, and of course our pets, "GODDAMN BEAST MASTERS!" will, at some point, become the unofficial motto in PvP.
7-01-2010 @ 12:25PM
actually once you got the hunter hamstringed and in melee range he can only hope for his Aspect of the Being Pummeled not to be too painful.
7-01-2010 @ 1:49PM
Or he can drop a freezing trap under your feet and disengage.
7-01-2010 @ 1:58PM
Which now gives him a 30% speed boost when he uses it if it's talented.So, you intercept/hamstring.Master's call removes snare. (no GCD)Snake trap drops (for the crippling poison)Disengage (no GCD) + speed boostFrost TrapAspect of the Running AutoshotGood luck catching us.
7-01-2010 @ 2:51PM
Actually, focus costs are going quite high, and focus regen rates are going to be fairly low, so it won't even be possible to blow that many cooldowns in one attack that quickly. Yeah, that's right, hunters are going to have to wait to use their abilities instead of blowing it all in 4 GCDs. If I remember right, good abilities like that have a focus cost around 40 or so. You'll never do damage besides your auto-shots. Besides, if hunters are so grossly overpowered like that, they'll hit you hard with the nerf bat, don't worry, it hurts your soul.
7-01-2010 @ 3:46PM
Actually randomize, that's how it is today, what with us being kept in check with our GCD and such. In cataclysm on the other hand, we'll be doing just that, staying the fuck away from you, while STILL doing auto shots and attacking you.
7-01-2010 @ 3:58PM
Dare I say it? BM Hunters will become the Heavy of WoW PvP (minus the punch of course because we can't swing an axe to save our life) . Hunter will be credit to team!
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