My Ferret came to me in my dreams last night and told me to post the truth in this thread this afternoon.
I fear I have been blinded for too long by the Lore Master's smoky, power-vamping gaze, unable to break free of the hurts of old and haunting tool tip of the way of the warden...
Starting now I swear to live by the way of Steve, my ferret will lost all the extra weight he has put on so he can once again slip up a trouser leg and provide me with the distraction I need.
Next my ferret has told me about the evils of squirrels, they are plotting..always and they must be stopped, all dedicated Wadens must seek out squirrels and destroy them immediately, while you rest they do not...
The only important thing to write in here is how threat really works for the Warden,
I spent 30 seconds of experiments working this out with a squirrel in the Chetwood about 31 seconds ago and I can reveal my findings to you now,
The Wardens threat is based upon the base threat of the gambit used (this value is pi) x 1.25, then you need to add on as many steps as you took to get to the mob (this must be taken from the moment you first saw the mob, this is very important) and divide this total number by the age of your ferret.
If your ferret is less than a year old then you should not be bringing him into battle yet, what are you some kind of lunatic?!
This final figure is your current threat figure, if anyone else in your fellowship manages to work out this number they will draw aggro from you, you must quickly make a new threat figure, as we all know hunters are best at guessing this number, avoid them if you can...if you cant then make sure the threat you create is very hard for them to work out.
All hail Steve the almighty!!! Huzzah!
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