WoW Hunter Guide
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As a hunter, you’ll be tracking and
trapping your enemies. It is a good idea to spend some
extra time learning this skills and increasing your
experience points. Your first quest in level two, Tracking
Beasts, is a great place to get the basics down. For
traps, you will need to spend your mana to get them, but
they don’t cost actual money. We recommend using these if
someone is chasing you. One of the most effective traps is
the Immolation Trap which will set an enemy on fire once
they hit it. Just drop the trap as you are running and
they will blunder into it.
Choosing a Pet
Pets are essential for the WoW hunter class. You’ll need to
make your choice very carefully and make sure that the beast
you select is indeed tameable before you approach it. Here’s
how to get started.
Once you reach level 10, you’ll be eligible for your first
pet. You will need to find a trainer to teach you the basic
skills of taming a beast. These trainers can be found in most
large cities. You’ll need to complete three quests to earn
skills in Taming, Calling and Dismissing. For each quest, you
will be assigned a beast to tame. After you’ve completed your
training, you’re on the way to finding and taming your own
There are numerous different species of beasts in this game,
but not all are tameable. You’ll need to select a beast from
the following species:
Cats are a very popular option for hunters, as are
Once you’ve located your beast and tamed them, you will
notice that their skills change a bit. Pets have numerous
active and passive skills that will come in handy as you go up
against your enemies in the game.
Keep in mind that just like a real pet, you will need to
feed your pet to keep it happy and loyal to you. This will earn
you loyalty points from your pet. The more you feed it, the
happier it will be with you and you will need to feed it less
to keep it with you over time. The pet’s overall happiness with
you will also affect how good they are at dealing out damage to
your enemies. It’s in your best interests to keep you pets
happy and well fed.
Putting it All Together
By now, you’ve learned which professions to undertake, which
weapons you need to have and how to keep a pet. Now, you’ll be
able to put all of these together and start leveling up. Keep
in mind that as you level up, your pet will also increase in
skill. In order to level up, you’ve got to keep your mana
levels up. This means using your pet effectively in battle
situations and making the most out of ranged warfare. Earn and
use your autoshot ability to get the best results and stay out
of danger. When you put everything together, the hunter class
is probably the easiest class to level quickly.
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