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4-28-2011 @ 10:02PM
"Glyph of Mend Pet is now Glyph of Lesser Proportion, which decreases the size of the pet slightly."Why would they make a glyph to make a pet SMALLER!? I don't want my pet to be SMALLER I want my pet to be BIGGER! This is about as stupid as it gets. The only class I could ever see complaining about pet size are tanks and then it doesn't change at all. My alt is a tank and big pets don't bother me.. FOXES BOTHER ME! How about a glyph that mutes the Fox pet?! That actually may be useful!P.S. Give Hunters a Glyph to make our pets Super Size! *Hunter rage*
4-28-2011 @ 10:50PM
I endorse this rant, Waist of a glyph that no self respecting Hunter will own.
4-29-2011 @ 4:49AM
Yeah, it's a boring glyph at best, but none of the Hunter minor glyphs are particularly exciting. The only other options for me (since I already have Pack and Feign Death) are Revive Pet, which I never seem to need to use in a combat situation, so I don't get push-back, and Scare Beast, which I haven't used since the Oz event in Kara. Hunters really need more interesting minor glyphs.
4-29-2011 @ 7:57AM
@ Draelan:"All classes really need more interesting minor glyphs."Fixed that for ya. :)Although to be fair, minour glyphs weren't meant to be game changers or DPS increasers, more for efficiency (cost reduction/reagent removal/etc) or for flavour. Just need more flavour items and they'll be more interesting!
4-29-2011 @ 2:27PM
I would much rather a Glyph that decreases the size of Tauren by 10%-20%... ...in Shadowfang Keep.
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