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3-26-2012 @ 7:41PM
You know the critters with weapons in Mulgore? Will they be able to be caught and used and will their weapons/armor still be applicable? That would be very cool.
3-26-2012 @ 8:27PM
That is an excellent question.
3-26-2012 @ 11:58PM
The hunter in me says....no. Everything cool about that unique pet that you want will disappear once you've tamed it unless its a rare....I'm not bitter, shut up.
3-27-2012 @ 12:56AM
Dear god do I want sharp weapon-wielding fluffy animals on my poke-squad.This MUST happen.
3-27-2012 @ 12:59PM
Luotian, there was actually a brief time in the beginning of Cata where you could cause a bug as you tamed a pet so it would keep cool effects on it. For the most part it involved the pet keeping any buff/debuffs/etc when it was tamed. So if a plagued bear has the little green skulls floating around it it would still have that permanently when you tamed it. The downside to this is that almost all of these would go back to normal the first time the pet died. No more little green skulls floating around your pet. But there were five exceptions that would stay cool forever, even through death. The burning boars from the Tauren starting area would stay on fire forever. There was some ghostly owl; I forget from where. The oil covered wolves (I have one. His name is BP.) and birds from Borean Tundra would stay oily. And my favorite: There's a quest in Eastern Plaguelands to kill a ghostly wolf with a sword sticking out of its face. It stayed as is. To this day, I have a ghostly wolf with a sword in its face, and when people ask about it, I just tell them he had an accident trying to shave like daddy.
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