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4-04-2011 @ 5:57PM
I'd like to see them expand the possible warlock pet models and make the pets function in a similar way to hunter pets so there can be some diversity in your pet's spec based on the activity you are participating in.Then you could spec each pet class in a pvp or pve direction and give them trade-off buffs/abilities that give them more relevance. Also enslaving a pet would be the same as taming it.
4-04-2011 @ 6:03PM
I'm with you in most ways except taming. I'd limit the variety, partly because a taming type mechanic would move Warlocks uncomfortably close to being "Hunters in dresses". A direction I think they should go in, but not too far.
4-04-2011 @ 6:40PM
It's just providing a stronger pet system for the caster equivalent of a hunter (which warlocks are - on a very base level) and they are currently only being given DK or Mage pet mechanics.There are many varieties of Imps, Voidwalkers, and Felguards (etc.) which could be enslaved. Why not let the warlock keep them to diversify the lock's appearance. It'd be a better option than eating up glyphs to modify their appearance.It'd actually give warlocks the feeling they are actually dominating the demons to their will rather than just being given 'spell A' by a trainer and never really looking at enslave other than the odd occasion. Getting 'spell A' would give you the ability to enslave demon class A: imp.
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