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01-15-2008, 10:35 AM
If in-game mechanics permitted, would you allow yourself to be temporarily tamed by a Hunter? :>
If so, are there any hunters in particular that you would allow this privelage?
Would you let them tame you as cat, or bear, or whichever they liked? :>
01-15-2008, 11:07 AM
Heh, interesting concept.
A) only if it were of obvious advantage to both of us, and I could break out of the hunter's control as needed.
B) Umm, not that I've grouped with personally. :-/
C) Aquatic form FTW! No preference, really.
From the Hunter's perspective, I once tamed a (badlands cat with travel form skin) and named it Illhorn after my druid character in the same guild. I got a few good laughs when they realized what I'd done. For some reason the healer was annoyed though. -shrug-
01-15-2008, 03:35 PM
If in-game mechanics permitted, would you allow yourself to be temporarily tamed by a Hunter? I'd be comfortable with a game mechanic that allowed AFK druids to be tamed by hunters.
Or! Or: you get all the buffs a hunter's pet would get. Look in the hunter's BM-spec tree and tell me that would not be awesome. I dunno, make it a short duration/long cooldown thing. For some reason the healer was annoyed though. -shrug- Healer probably has Illhorn-specific healing macros. Makes sense if your feral druid was a MT. I know I'd be pissed if I made macros specifically for the guild MT and suddenly there was another character in the guild with the same name.
01-15-2008, 04:42 PM
If so, are there any hunters in particular that you would allow this privelage?-Annikk
I know two very good hunters that I would gladly lend my cat or bear form to.
They are both especially talented in arenas, and whereas I am always healing, I'd like to watch myself actually pwn something for once. :thumbup:
01-15-2008, 08:44 PM
Hunter's with druid pet's would be so overpowered....it's like a pocket tank/dps/healer whenever they wanted!
And I'd let them tame me in Bear form because I AM STRONG BARE and would protect them forevers.
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