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10-18-2010 @ 3:20PM
Only been on my hunter a few times since the patch but I noticed a minor annoyance. My pets get unhappy very easily, and feeding them doesn't seem to help much. Yesterday I went through all 10 berries I had on me and my warp stalker was still red. Was there a change to the happiness formula that I missed? They still get green once I let them kill a few things, but I have been used to them not going below yellow (without dying) for over a year now.
10-18-2010 @ 3:31PM
Maybe last patch you had a point in the pet talent Bloodthirsty before the patch and not now?Get the Glyph of Mend Pet and you will not have to worry about finding food for your pet again.
10-18-2010 @ 3:33PM
Covering the obvious here:Did you retalent your pet after the patch? Did you take it out of the larger stable recently? Stabling resets pet talents.There's a Growl = happiness talent - did you miss taking that?Do you have the minor Glyph of Mend Pet?I've noticed that my pets seem more high-maintenance as well, so it's not just you.
10-18-2010 @ 3:37PM
I haven't had that problem, mine seems to be that any time I mount up, take a taxi, or teleport, my pet's health drops to about 25% and I have to heal it back up again.
10-18-2010 @ 3:41PM
I noticed on my hunter that his happiness level display was different than if I checked the Pet Details screen. Could be a bug.
10-18-2010 @ 3:42PM
sounds like something is majorly wrong. since the patch came out I have trained 4-5 pets and got them all to happy with feeding (1-2 pieces) and 1-2 mend pets. make sure you went back and put your glyph of mend pet back in. I noticed on some of my toons the glyphs were removed and some weren't. If you don't have the glyph I would suggest getting it. Hope that helps.
10-18-2010 @ 6:48PM
Actually I've been noticing a lot of unhappiness as well. The mounting/porting thing is really odd. They keep going down to like 25% in one go. It's weird.
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