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7-28-2011 @ 6:18PM
GOOD pet stances have options. If pet stances were well-designed, there would be a proper time to use Passive, Defensive and...whatever else we have. I liked the recently-departed Defensive. Most of the time it did exactly what I wanted. My pet attacked when I attacked, it attacked things that attacked me, when it's current target died it would pick a new one and best of all, it would STAY on it's target until I told it otherwise. It was my favorite stance!Sometimes I'd want the pet to NOT attack unless I specifically told it. Nef was one situation, Maloriak too. In those situations I would use Passive. It was a good option sometimes. So I disagree. A good hunter knows how to use his tools...if those are any good. Defensive was such a tool. It was very useful. Now...not so much. I can deal, I did for years, but it's annoying.
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