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10-28-2010 @ 4:21PM
Focus killed hunter pvp. Not going to bother reading :(
10-28-2010 @ 4:46PM
So you can't pvp because you were finally given a real resource to manage? You're not helping the stereotype.
10-28-2010 @ 5:46PM
Or maybe it's more the fact that hunter arena PvP (it's still part of the game whether you like it or not) has been severely hindered and is likely down for considering the prospect of sitting in a spot and steady shoting to get back your focus is absolute ludicrous. Continuing what typically happened in LK, hunters getting focused, steady shoting will be near impossible and we'll just have to deal with our 4 (or so) focus per second. Does that explain to you why focus was a fail? PS. I'm all for focus, just make sure it works in all aspects of the game before implementing something like that.
10-28-2010 @ 6:36PM
Focus killed hunter pvp? considering balanced pvp isn't even out yet and won't truly be implemented until lvl 85 I would say that's one of the more ridiculous things i've read in weeks. I think you need to fig out more what your rotation is and what to do in the meantime.
12-20-2010 @ 8:47PM
hey jaxrc55, you heard of aspect of the fox? you know the one that lets us cast steady and cobra shot while moving? heard of concussive shot? nothing like a good ol' 70% movement reduction to cast SS or CS if stupid enough to not use Aot Fox. Smart enough to use a spider in PVP? theyve got a nifty little ability to trap people in a web. sounds like a good time to fire off a SS or CS. if you dont like spiders how does a dog sound? theyve got an ability that'll trap the enemy. Wyvern Sting? Scatter Shot? Traps? If you were a good arena team, you'd find a way to trap them. that would be a good thing to do. heck, if you get sucked into melee range you could use freezing trap, get about 30 yards away, use concussive shot, then unload on their faces. All of this only if your stupid enough not to use Aot Fox. seems like helps to solve a lot of the Focus-PvP woes.
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