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6-08-2011 @ 1:12AM
"EngineeringD.E.H.T.A. has recently placed a great number of critters under their protection, especially rabbits and squirrels. Because of this, Flintlocke's Woodchucker has been re-fitted to use wild chickens until an "agreement" can be reached."I am a mad hunter right now, you cant do a Chuck Shot with a chicken
6-08-2011 @ 1:28AM
Maybe they'll rename it Chick Shot?...nah, probably not; that almost sounds like some kind of porno title.
6-08-2011 @ 2:39AM
D.E.H.T.A. ... I knew there was a reason I did not like you, nor did I enjoy doing any of your quests. You will not hear the end of this until the Chuck Shot is truly available. All the enthusiasm for playing my hunter again left when I saw chicken instead of squirrel. Blizz - fix plx.
6-08-2011 @ 4:28AM
Flintlocke's Chicken Chucker?
6-08-2011 @ 5:26AM
Pheasant Flinger?Turkey Tosser?..I'll get me coat.
6-08-2011 @ 8:20AM
6-08-2011 @ 10:13AM
I don't really care, just as long as the animation has a small animal being flung at the target and then nibbling away madly.
6-08-2011 @ 10:24AM
It's a pretty weird patch note. I mean it's all just flavor text; the effect of the scope isn't changing.I think maybe the people who write the patch notes are getting jealous of the quest/lore teams and are starting to try to use the patch notes to tell in-game stories.
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