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6-24-2011 @ 12:51PM
WHY do people like to pick on Hunters so much? I can take a joke, I really can, but not the same jokes over and over. There's idiots in every class, I don't understand why I have to work so much harder than everyone else to earn respect.That being said, the animation and vocals on this were very good.
6-24-2011 @ 1:01PM
I feel the same about gnomes, pallies, DKs, rogues, mages/locks, alliance/horde, and so on and so forth... but sometimes, you can laugh - because the gag is funny. I'd say this is one of those times.Personally, I hope he makes a 'Meet the Paladin' - especially if he chooses a tankadin. And I play one :P
6-24-2011 @ 1:14PM
He already did. The tankadin was the "Hurr hurr chicken!" fella ;D
6-24-2011 @ 1:20PM
because although i have met many players who just can't figure out how to play, hunters are always and have always been the worst. just yesterday, I saw one wearing no agility, but plenty of spellpower, spirit, strength, stamina, intellect and dodge gear, using a single dagger as a weapon and his starter bow.
6-24-2011 @ 2:33PM
Its the bad ones that came before us man, ive been in groups on MY hunter and had it out with another one who needed on a tank weapon, or w/e and got mad cause the tank spoke up. weve just had more cumulative so ittle be hard to break it I found this very hilarious for the fact that every hunter I'm sure has had moments like these but some just don't change haha, some use past issues to get our goat so to speak, my hunter has a special place in my heart, i know I'm not a bad player, so, just ignore it and move on broha but this vid is meant in good fun :P
6-24-2011 @ 8:55PM
LOL U MAD?(So out of form for me, but it was a perfect opportunity.)
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