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2-14-2012 @ 5:01PM
Hunters: Feigning more than deathIt's not unusual for a priest to find herself smitten with a hunter, especially after being saved by a well-timed Distracting Shot. Hunters are independent and self-sufficient, and surely that fierce loyalty to their animal companions is a sign of what dedicated lovers they'd be, right? Wrong. Unfortunately, hunters only need one thing in life, and it's not you. Expecting anything serious from a hunter is unwise.That's not to say you can't have fun with a hunter, though. Their flirtatious nature makes them ideal for a few dates or a short-lived liaison; just don't be surprised if he Disengages when things start to get serious.------------Wasn't dawn dating wow insider's hunter writer?Burn.
2-14-2012 @ 5:14PM
The hunter one is true for me! When I started playing, in TBC, my main was a priest. I got my husband to play, and he rolled a hunter. We tried to play together, but it turned out that he's very independent in WoW. He would rather play it like a single-player, and I preferred group activities whenever possible (especially before dual-spec). Since then, he's disengaged himelf from the game several times, only coming back to play for just the first month or two following a major patch. Meanwhile, I've had a continuous subscription.Now it's time for us to spend our 13th Valentine's Day together. ^_^
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