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10-21-2011 @ 2:01PM
YES Demon Hunters! Whoops, 40k geek leak. But really if they ever add another class I'd love DHs. I know that's crossing over to Diablo a little bit (and yes, the archetype is EVERYWHERE, but which class isn't already an overused archetype?). It would also be a great addition to WoW (following the Victorian themes of the worgen, a "Van Helsing" class wouldn't seem so out of place). You might say, "But Monk, we already have demon hunters! They're called Paladins!" And I would agree, but Paladins (like my main) use THE LIGHT to purge evil. They think they're better than everyone else. Demon Hunters were too rebellious/suspicious of the Church's methods to officially represent the Light, but they still desire to clear the streets of evil. They use a brace of (unofficially) blessed pistols/crossbow and rudimentary magic spells coupled with deep knowledge of lore and dark arts. It would be a blast to play one in WoW. 3 specs: Sharpshooter, Scholar, Practitioner, or something like that. And they could also fill the Bounty-Hunter archetype, "taking care" of rogue wizards. What a great class to have for the big Sargeras fight. Sorry I just get excited with stuff like this. If blizzard won't make my dreams come true, I'll just go back to table-top 40k.And my only concern with updating the vanilla models, will everyone get a free recustom? I've been wanting to make my Ret Pally a little meaner. She looks too friendly right now.
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