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3-15-2012 @ 1:21PM
Open comment to Blizz,Seriously? No Ammo. Pets auto level to 85. More homogenizing of raid buffs.What, NO Battle Rez too?Please STOP!
3-15-2012 @ 1:37PM
as a Hunter I HATED ammo and pet lvling.ammo didnt prove u had skill it just meant u did paid the xtra cost to play your classand pet leveling was a pain because it put us in a semi nerfed state until the new pet of the week lvled up to us
3-15-2012 @ 1:42PM
Seriously? No more having to spend additional gold just to be competitive. No more running out of ammo in the middle of a progression fight because you forgot to check your supplies. No more tedious grinding because you need a specific pet for a specific buff/debuff. No more being forced into a spec you don't like because the raid needs that buff/debuff more.Battle Rez isn't going away.Please CONTINUE!
3-15-2012 @ 2:30PM
Because ammo was a fun mechanic that wasn't at all annoying.
3-15-2012 @ 3:50PM
Just to add into the discussion here..."No Ammo. Pets auto level to 85. More homogenizing of raid buffs."1. Was buying ammo just to do dps fun for you? When *every* other class could get the benefits of their weapon just by having it?2. Was it really that fun to have to level a pet from, say, level 5 to 85?3. Is it really fun to have to sit out a raid because you didn't get a specific buff that was missing, and now you don't have to because you can provide it?If you can seriously answer yes to all of these questions, then my hat is off to you. But these weren't fun mechanics. These were mechanics solely to be mechanics. They were not, are not and never will be fun.I look forward to these buff changes.
3-16-2012 @ 11:28AM
Sounds like someone is a butthurt engineer who was used to making a mint off of hunters. It seems that sensible hunters don't care about the changes that have ruined your day. Go back to your rogue.
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