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9-15-2011 @ 5:29PM
As noted by another person on the forums, it really does make me nervous when they ask what your least used ability is. Yes, I understand some are really low, but then there's others that were just for fun and such. (I'm looking at you Eyes of the Beast and Eagle Eye). Here's hoping they someday add back in EoftB and keep Eagle Eye.
9-15-2011 @ 5:34PM
Volley. I miss you.
9-15-2011 @ 5:54PM
I know what you mean about it making you nervous-- are they going to cut an ability that I like? But truth be told, one problem with playing hunters is that we just end up with too many abilities on our bars that we almost never (or actually never) use. At least, IMO.
9-15-2011 @ 5:57PM
I was hoping they asked that question so they could make the ability useful, not trim it. A lot of druids for example said "Teleport Moonglade" but I use that often. It's super convenient for travelling back and forth between Kalimdor and EK and I'd be sad to see it go.
I love Eagle Eye! I use it whenever I can find a good reason. I used to use it a lot in AB, from up at the mill. And I'd love to have Eyes of the Beast back, especially if they'd let flying pets actually work as flying scouts.
9-17-2011 @ 10:55AM
I love using Eagle Eye to scout fishing pools in Tol Barad... to see if it is even worth traversing past the various mobs in the shipyard or the beaches, etc.
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