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6-03-2011 @ 4:24AM
The idea of taming challenges sounds exciting! ... The current models for the rare mobs are less-so. While I can appreciate the various challenges themselves, you must ask yourself, well, what do you do afterwards? I mean, I'd like to try out the different taming methods, but do I REALLY need 5 different spiders in my stable? And what would it say about me if I wanted to tame them just to experience the unique challenge, but not keep the pet afterwards? Is it really FAIR then for me to try taming one of these guys if I intend to get rid of it afterwards, when there might be someone who wants to tame and keep it? In my opinion, given the number of challenge pets here, they should A) Be visually unique enough so that they can be recognized as the unique taming challenge pets, and B) come from various pet families to add some variety. If these don't turn out to be placeholders, I may tame one of the new cats (I don't have Gondria, though I've already got a number of spirit beasts, so I'm a bit unsure if I want any more...) and one of the new spiders (I don't have any spiders, as I never have any use for them), but I don't see any reason to fill my stables with loads of similar pets I'll likely never use JUST because they are tamed differently... Sad as I am to admit it, I'd rather save those slots for more useful or visually unique pets.
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