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11-23-2010 @ 9:12AM
It bugs me that Hunters continue to get new pets and updated skins for existing pets, yet warlocks are still stuck with the same pet skins since vanilla. I recently summoned my imp and pulled out any of the newer non combat pets and had a good look. The imp looks terrible by comparison. It's very clear that he's an artifact of vanilla wow. I know they've released updated models for some of the Warlock pets when BC came out. It would be nice to even have one of those in place of our current ones.
11-23-2010 @ 9:50AM
Yes, but nobody loves warlocks. Maybe if you didn't steal souls and summon demons you'd get some respect.
Hey, I was just so thrilled to get my pet's original names back after they reset in 4.0.1, I'm not going to complain about anything else.I mean, my succubus' name was changed to Carolla. Carolla for god's sake! In addition to not sounding in the least bit demonic or nefarious, it had the added problem that whenever I saw it, I immediately pictured ADAM Carolla in that get-up, with a whip, and I'd have to go bang my head into a wall until the brain trauma wiped the image from my mind.Not to mention the fact that my poor Felguard was renamed to something undignified like Fhaartun. But, uh, yeah; new models would be nice. As long as we keep the old names.
11-23-2010 @ 9:58AM
@Rob - isn't that a bit like telling the Druids to stop dreaming, rogues to stay in sight, Shaman to stop leaving their little stumps of wood on the ground, and Pally's to stop dressing in pastels and bubbling all the time? It's just a part of our nature.
11-23-2010 @ 10:21AM
"As long as we keep the old names."When I noticed that my lil' Karnik had gotten his name changed to something like Lazjub... well yeah, the same as everyone else... Keep the old names because all my friends also know what I mean when I say "WTF is Karnik doing up there spanking that boss?"
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