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6-01-2011 @ 2:31PM
While cool, the BM-only flavour leaves a sour taste in my mouth. As a raider, I have a MM and an SV spec, and unless there's not any AoE trash-pulls or add-mechanics (Cho'Gall anyone?) in Firelands, I won't be trading out my SV spec anytime soon (Main, of course, MM).Whine whine, whine moan, give me rares I can tame. Whine.
6-01-2011 @ 3:06PM
6-01-2011 @ 3:14PM
As has been said by others: Exotic pets are what Beast Mastery is FOR! We get the short end of the stick in just about every other way so, sorry if you don't get sympathy from me on this one. If you can't choose BM as one of your specs then your priorities are such that you give up the right to have these pets. It's that simple and actually, quite fair. I have BM as both my specs and by doing so, I know I'm giving up something. To those who chose to NOT have BM as either spec, frankly, you're giving up something. Fair is fair.
6-01-2011 @ 3:51PM
As far as my own raid group's composition, we've found that they've upped all classes AOE abilities so much that you don't really need to have a Surv off-spec purely for the AOE anymore. I think it's perfectly viable for a raiding hunter to have MM for raiding and BM for fun/taming rares if you're so inclined.
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