Wait... are you saying we don't have a 10 man team of devs devoted simply to the desires of a subset of 1 of the 11 classes? I protest! Seriously though, this is good perspective to have and be reminded of. We mustn't consume their past generosity happily, only to then turn and crap a bunch of entitlement on them in return. Theres a fine line between wish lists and demands. But if I don't get dread ravens and skyscreams and scytheheads and beavers, then I'm peacing out #unsubWain wrote:I suspect, as many of you have already guessed, that there's no hard rule or plan, it's a little random and relies on what works at the time, some whim, gut feeling, and what the area designers want to use for artistic / story reasons. Hunter pets usually aren't the first thing on their minds when populating areas (rightly so!) and sometimes we just get what we get. When Jeremy and crew (and other wonderful Hunter-friendly designers too!) have time they very kindly add to, or modify, the situation to give us more things, and more colours of things, but in the rush of production that can't always be the case.
I hope they consider stuff like this. I know it takes resources to come up with stuff like quest lines and what not, I get that. I just think this sort of stuff is often looked over. I badly wanted a questline for hunters in WoD once we reached a certain rep level with Arakkoa Outcasts were they trusted us enough to share their secret and taught us how to tame the dread ravens. It would add flavor, would be easy to reasonably gate and pace, and give us more story with the family instead of simply flipping a database flag from false to true. I don't think ALL new inclusions need this, that would probably be bad, but some would be cool!Valnaaros wrote:I'm not against Dread Ravens or Kunchong becoming tamable, I'm just wanting for it to be done right. Have a small questline where we earn the right to have them as companions, rather than just "in 8.0, you can now tame Kunchong and Dread Ravens!"