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6-23-2011 @ 4:52PM
I would take a Feralas Sentinel, ala the one from the quests in Thousand Needles. She's not even named, but she's the most bad ass Guardian NPC in the game. Over twice your health, even when you're a warrior in full heirlooms, and the ability to take tank six mobs without even getting hit, oh man! She has evasion, a charge/heroic leap combo, and mocking blow. She duel wields sentinel glaives and reminds you of just how awesome the night elves were in Warcraft 3! (If you haven't done the quests where you rescue her and then get her as a companion for a while, do it!) The only thing I'd add would a glaive throw, an ability to summon an owl that detects invisiblity/stealth, and a nightsaber or hippogryph to ride for when I'm mounted.On Feralas Sentinel . . . Be mine . . .
6-23-2011 @ 4:55PM
I think you're confusing Sentinels and Huntresses ... but then she *does* act much more like the latter. Me, I'll just go for the best elf; Maiev Shadowsong. Blink, Fan of Knives, Avatar of Vengeance, and if I die she can rez me as a ghostly apparition intent upon avenging my own demise. Plus she's Maiev freakin' Shadowsong. The guilty shall SUFFER!
6-23-2011 @ 5:01PM
Nah, the Sentinels are the entire military arm of the Night Elves, or at least the traditional one. Huntresses are usually members of the Sentinels. In some cases huntresses could be members of the Watchers or some other miltiary body, but I think the watchers are largely defunct at this point in WoW's story.
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