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4-28-2011 @ 7:34PM
Look at it this way: melee fighters never have to feed their weapons, nor do spell-slingers have to feed their spellbooks. If a hunter fails to keep an eye on their pet's happiness, that happiness could drop in the middle of a battle, putting the hunter at a lower DPS for that fight's duration. I'm aware that this sort of thing didn't happen much since they added the glyph of Mend Pet, but I hope you get the idea.Yes, I liked feeding my pet and seeing it be happy too. But I'm guessing that hunter DPS was based around our pets being happy all the time, so it didn't really give us an advantage - it just gave us one more thing to keep track of with no actual reward.Also, this:http://wow.joystiq.com/2011/03/17/scattered-shots-grandpappy-frostheim-on-pet-happiness/
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