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4-28-2011 @ 7:55PM
I disagree. My many 'cubes with stats' have always been part of what makes being a hunter so interesting, and now I get to choose between spheres and dodecahedrons and other random 3-D shapes as well, it is all good!I love that I can get max level pets of a new type, and can experiment with new abilities, without having to grind out levels just to make them viable.Feeding pets for 'happiness' was never fun. Finding new pets is though, and now I don't have to worry about the level loss + grind for replacing an old standard with something better looking that fills the same role...and I can tactically swap them on the fly...almost like an aspect!That said, I actually quite like the idea a 'grey cube' pet, at least if if was made to look like the old D&D gelatinous cubes, which was done very well in the Neverwinter Nights games.
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