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2-11-2011 @ 2:29PM
Well, for option A I'd feel if they simply altered the family name for crocolisks to something not so specific to one creature, then hydralisks (sorry, I should have added the 'lisks' part in my original post) should be at least reasonable. Not a perfect solution since I'm sure many would have a problem with it but personally something is better than nothing at this point.For option B, it'd be quite a relief, personally. There are already plenty of personalized creatures and they added even more to the mix so clearly they don't have any problems implementing more personalized families (as a generic concept).*All* creatures need testing, feedback, a few unique talent/ability ideas thrown around in a brainstorming session, etc. Hydra(lisks) just happen to be the favourite choice of THIS individual player.As for creatures to cater to a small portion of the playerbase, I have not seen a single hunter on all of the servers I actively play on (both Horde AND Alliance) that used or even *considered* using a monkey. I've always asked 'so, what's your opinion on the monkey pet family?' only to get laughed at and told that it's the joke of hunter pets and they'd rather go pet-less than tame something so stupid (their words, not mine, I don't like monkeys but I don't think they're stupid).Just a small example but take it as you will. There's always going to be someone who enjoys *something*.
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