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6-30-2011 @ 9:15PM
Survival is not in a bad place, but I think all hunters can come together and agree that Survival needs more survivability... This may (and should) help us out in the pvp situation. Honestly I don't have any problems with the specs being unbalanced, as long as the gap is close enough that I am not "forced" to play Marksman haha. I say since PVP is such a tricky subject for hunters, SV SHOULD be the "pvp" spec, and Marksman the raid optimized spec, while BM has one foot in either camp. The way the specs seem designed, they chop up what it "means to be a hunter" into three parts; the deadly marksman, capable of taking out enemies with extreme accuracy from range; the beast master, totally in tune with his environment, and able to tame even the most savage of animals; and finally the survivalist, using his cunning and clever traps to outsmart and ambush his prey.Survival needs love, and in my opinion something that (better) enhances their use of traps, or camouflage, or give us the renegged Widow Venom. In D2 one of the most fun mechanics was Life Leech, where you did damage to your opponent while healing yourself. It would be easy to make this overpowered, but I say let Widow Venom steal 5% of damage done, or 50% autoshot damage, with a 50% uptime, or something. Anywho
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