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6-02-2011 @ 5:11PM
This all sounds awesome and makes me want to get my 25 hunter to the level cap.I'd like to ask the community nicely not to use this as a jumping off point for demanding cool stuff unique to the other classes. If this becomes a QQ reference for the rest of us, we'll just ruin the chances of other content like this coming up down the line.
6-02-2011 @ 5:26PM
I'm not about to ask for unique things like this for every class, but I will ask why the decision was made for hunters to get a unique, hunter-only minigame in 4.2.
6-02-2011 @ 7:37PM
Because they took away the unique hunter minigame that was pet happiness. When you suffer through a system like that for 6 years on your non-hunter class, and the devs finally realise it was a bad idea and take it away, then you'll get the good minigame :P
6-02-2011 @ 11:45PM
Yeah, I'm with Wilk. I don't think there should necessarily be something fun and unique for every class (although that would be cool, and I'm still sad about them taking out all the different class quests), but I wish they could put in more stuff just out in the world unrelated to any quest that is fun and minigame-like and whatnot for everyone. It IS sort of annoying that Hunters get this stuff when no one else does. And I don't think QQing over it is going to make similar things less likely; the community saying that they want to see this sort of thing for everyone will hopefully get it spread out a bit. Blizzard's historically listened when the majority of the playerbase wants something and it's not just a vocal minority.
6-07-2011 @ 11:41AM
@Jatt Not to rain on your parade but this mini game/spirit beast thing is only available to 1/3 of the hunters out there. Even then, no one really plays BM. I just started gearing my hunter for raiding, man I love playing a hunter. BUT I'm on a pvp server... even if I wanted to tame any of these, I'd need some bodyguards lol. It's a cool little feature but more of an annoyance to me. Meh, enjoy the challenge BM hunters.
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