Nov 10th 2008 8:04AM Bear, Mount, Snow? Perfect !
May 6th 2007 9:20PM I play a Dwarf Hunter lvl 70. Loved every minute of it. I took that test thing about 15 times to make sure, not once did i get anything but a priest... it is feked up.
Apr 19th 2007 8:17AM As a 70 hunter i have went back and trained every, yes every weapon proficiency up... all i do is find a mob, around level 60 (higher the mob, faster it goes up) let the pet attack and gain agro and jus sit there listening to music, heal the pet occasionally and job done.
For ranged skills, thrown, guns, bows etc there is a guy in Netherstorm, a guy called Bomb summat, has like 1000000 health or sumat, but you can attack him from range without him attacking you, he will just stand there. Autoshot ftw eh
Mar 15th 2007 7:19AM Every day I log in, and am confronted by links of epic weapons that Blacksmithers in the guild can now make, or masses of new enchants/LW skills/alchemy potions etc. I automatically think to myself 'Why are Engineers looked over?'. Dont get me wrong, I love being an Engineer, (and some of the stuff I can make (Jumper Cables XL, Field Repair Bots, Deepdive Helm, Parachute Cloak etc). But I believe that Engineering has been 'Missed' in TBC. I went to the Engineer trainer in Honor Hold, and what did I see. About 10 new Schematics that I could learn. Almost none of them are even useful! I mean yeh a Fel Iron Bomb is fun and does some dmg, but compared to the things a Blackmith can make, as a profession engineering is useless! The only reason I keep engineering, is because of how good it has been to me, im a 70 hunter and the XL cables help so much in 5 man instances to save from a wipe. All I want is to make better ammo than vendors can sell (for lower costs I might add), to be able to make gear that isn’t cloth (e.g Mail, as lots of hunters are engineers, or they were before they realised how crap it would be in TBC). Oh and some rifles etc that can be sold to non-engineers would be cool to… I mean, almost all other professions can sell things they make to people who do not have their profession, why should engineering be any different.
Another thing that bothered me is that I went to check the faction rewards from the Scyers/Aldor and what did I see. BS/alchemist/LW plans etc... and yet... not even 1 engineering schematic from either faction! Its just not right!
I hope Bliz gets around to sorting this profession out soon, I really miss it.
70 Dwarf Hunter
The Venture Co.
Mar 12th 2007 9:07AM I 'recruited' an IRL friend to the game when i was around lvl 60. I knew the risks, but i took em.
When he was playing he would occasionally ask me questions, but I liked helpin him get into the game more. Eventually he got better at the game, learnt more about it, and now, its perfect, we talk endlessly about the game in-game and IRL. Im now lvl 70, and he is cathing up fast.
Basically, i dont see why this is bad, sure it can be annoying at times when you are at a certain boss in an instance and you are endlessly questioned by a 'noob'. But that phase passes and it gets better.
Feb 28th 2007 8:31AM My most hateful corpse run has to be in Azshara. Doing the hunter quest to the west, just about to hand it in... fall down the cliff... die... run to corpse and res... run all the way back up... do the same again. If it doesnt break your spirit your a better man/woman than I was haha.
Feb 1st 2007 6:20AM The thing i hate is that when you set a trap when the mob is out of melee range, and then it comes into range, the trap activates, but because it is now in melee range you start to attack in combat. I have found that this regulary breaks my freeze trap. I would opt to toggle the auto-switch between the two off. I mean all it takes is 1 extra button to start attacking it again in melee anyways.
Jan 26th 2007 8:19AM I have played on most classes to lvl 30+
But easily my favourite has to be a hunter (my main lvl60). Just the raw versitility of the class is amazing, the pet acts as a tank, which you can easily heal, it tanks so any hunter with decent First Aid skills can heal themselves in combat, the DMG that hunters can dish out in a very short period of time is simply incredible. If worst comes to worst, they can Feign Death, wait a few seconds for the pet to die (if it hasnt already) and then jump up, res pet and is ready to go again. In my eyes there is no better class to either solo or PVP with. There isn't much competition for the mail drops either (if your the only hunter in a group/raid).