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Do you think hunters will ever get more stable slots, or will we start having to release pets? :(
I think I might be a bad person to answer this question. The whole hoarding hunter pets thing is totally bizarre to me. Aren't you guys supposed to be bonding with your closest companion, not piling a thousand wild animals in a barn? That can't be healthy. Those animals are probably forced to stand in their own filth all day long while you're out having adventures. Do you ever stop and clean them? Do you take them all out for exercise? Do you even feed them? I don't think so. You hunters are all terrible. I'm pretty sure you can get arrested for that sort of thing.
That being said ... Blizzard might do it one day, I guess? The devs haven't said anything about it, but I think they grasp that WoW players have a weird pet/mount obsession going on and have been willing to cater to it so far.
Several times I sent in screenshots to "Around Azeroth" but never got a thank you or any kind of acknowledgement back. Not that I demand them to be published, but I spent some effort doing them and am a bit disappointed about no answer at all. Please tell me which answer ist true:
a) Wowinsider people have more important stuff to do and can't be bothered to answer.
b) Wowinsider are nice people, but a bit disorganized. They'll try to improve.
c) Stop your whining, you self-important sissy
Uh ... somewhere between A and C, and I'm trying to say C in the nicest way possible. Across our staff, we get hundreds of emails every single day. To answer all of those emails, I would need to hire people who do nothing but answer emails all day -- and boy, what a waste of money that would be.
We read every single letter we get and we love all of you guys who write in, but responding to all of them is impossible.
So in stormwind between trade and old town, there are two boys fishing and chatting, I noticed that one of them says something along the lines of I heard there are giant fish that walk on land and eat people, wouldn't it technically be the jinyu that they are talking about?
Those kids have been having that conversation for years and years now; they're almost certainly talking about murlocs and not the jinyu. Murlocs aren't much of a big deal anymore, but they were World of Warcraft's mascots from 2004 through 2007. Then Blizzard started making them super cutesy instead of horrific, flesh-rending swarm monsters.
The jinyu are a very recent creation, and they definitely do not eat people.
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