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3-22-2012 @ 3:10PM
I hope stampede is like DK's Army. I want to be able to play dragon roulette.
3-22-2012 @ 4:49PM
I really, really hope not. It already makes me a sad Unholy DK that I can't use Army but for raiding bosses. Yes, there are situations where they come in handy... but as we all know, they are few and far between, sadly.I'm hopeful that Army will get a glyph that allows the taunt to be removed, or at least removed from boss-level creatures (so it could still taunt regular mobs).Anyways, back to hunter stuff: I think it will be more like the spirit wolves thing enhance shaman get. I'm also thinking it will react to your pet bar similar to how an UH DK's Timmy and Gargoyle will stop attacking and attack what you attack when told.
3-22-2012 @ 5:47PM
that makes you a great DK. I really hope stampede isn't like AotD. I already cringe in a dungeon when I'm with a random DK (about half of them just pop Army like any other DPS cooldown and don't understand why the bear is mad) and I don't want to have to cringe with hunters, too.
3-22-2012 @ 10:45PM
Why on earth would you get mad about someone popping a tanking cd for you?....
3-23-2012 @ 7:02AM
@gewalt because tanks, especially bear tanks, really like playing threat pingpong? not to mention bosses that need to be pointed in a specific direction or they fry the dps and heals..
3-23-2012 @ 7:36AM
@gewalt Because it's not a tanking cooldown it's a mess up everything I'm trying to do cooldown. Yes I take less damage, but I also have no idea what's going on. Is that mob going to come back to me when the ghouls disappear or is it going to eat the Mage I really have no idea. If I'm playing a rage tank then what has happened to my rage generation. AotD is a huge pain for tanks.
3-23-2012 @ 8:05AM
If you don't know how threat works in this game, I can see army giving you a bit of a headache. That said, if army is giving you a headache, I strongly urge you to do a bit of reading on how threat works before attempting to tank anything.
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