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[13 Aug 2005|12:53pm]

Comment with the Pages of Stranglethorn whatsit you have:
(just to be guildy)

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[26 Jul 2005|09:02pm]

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Hi guys, guess what!
Were gonna be all guildy from now on.
In that I need pages from that book... thing...

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Ursine's Pwnage Talent Setup Volume 1 (Hunter) [28 Apr 2005|08:18pm]

Beast Mastery
Endurance Training - 5
Beastial Discipline - 5
Unleashed Fury - 5
Thick Hide - 5
Improved Mend Pet - 2
Beastial Swiftness - 1
Ferocity - 5
Frenzy - 5
Spirit Link 1
Total = 34
Efficency - 5
Lethal Shots - 5
Improved Hunter's Mark - 5
Aimed Shot - 1
Total = 16
All up this will use 50 talent points, where you put the final point is up to you.
This build relies heavily on your pet (obviously) and it is recommended that you go for either a cat or wolf. Why them? Why not a bear with high health and armor that can tank for hours on end? One word. Speed. In PVP it is highly likely that your opponent will ignore your pet and attack you instead. What's the point in having a pet in that case? This is where spirit link comes in. Spirit link at the first level will cause you to gain 20 health every time your pet attacks. At higher levels this is increased to 30 and at level 60 a whopping 40 hp per hit. If your pet is healign you every half second or so, your opponent will have no choice but to kill the pet. When they turn on it, you run away quick then unleash the aimed shot. At level 60 this move increases your aimed attack power by a ridiculous 600! Your opponent will go "Oh shit!" And go for you again, allowing your pet to keep healing you. They won't know which way to turn.
This build's only real weakness is groups and stunning. Also spirit link will only last 30 seconds so make sure it counts.

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[26 Apr 2005|07:13pm]

I reckon we should flag doing instances all together, unless we plan ahead and set a day/time. All but the last quest in Gnomeragon have turned green for me, I don't even want to tlak about how bad the stockades has got. We are all busy at different times, that's the problem. We need to sit down and organise a time everyone is free, and if someone flakes at the last minute we find randoms to help instead and then do it for the person who missed out later.
Any comments?

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Can I get a whoop, whoop? [25 Apr 2005|09:22pm]

Welcome to the brand spanking new LJ community "NZGuild" home of The Legion of the Black Rose!

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