Hunter PvP in the World of Warcraft is one of the most enjoyable aspects of the entire game when you know what you’re doing. If you have dabbled in PVP a bit with your hunter, or you spend a lot of time in the Battlegrounds but are getting frustrated, don’t get overwhelmed!
With the Hunter class you have a lot of options on how you can approach the situation. Three of the biggest factors in your approach will be your spec, your gear and your pet. You may have 안전토토사이트 seen a hunter, very similarly outfitted as yourself and of a similar level, totally dominate the playing field while you just can’t seem to put it all together. If you haven’t yet just wait, you will. What’s the difference between you and him? How is that other guy (or gal) able to mow down the enemy and gets tons and gobs of Honor Points while you find yourself getting overrun at every encounter?
The difference, 9 times out of 10, is the other guy is playing to the strengths of his Hunter setup and you, simply, are not (even if you think you are). The number of variables in character setup is stunning when you consider talents, gear, pets, gems, spec and everything else. The best way to start figuring out how really rack up kills and Honor Points in PvP is to really consider your character and do a run down the of big three: Spec, Gear and Pet.
Start with your spec: What are you? There are some huge differences in PvP play between Marksman, Beast Master and Survival setups. If you are, even unconsciously, playing in a style against your spec you are simply not going to get very far.
Your Gear: Are you trying to tank a bit too much with your non-PvP gear on? Find yourself getting killed in a matter of seconds and you’re not really sure why? Do you wish your main weapon was hitting a lot harder than it is? And you’re not sure what the problem is?
Your Pet: While the pet is a big part of the hunter class it is often the most misunderstood and underutilized aspect of the hunters game. Time and time again you will see players in PvP, even well geared players, misusing their pet and getting wasted over and over.
To play a Hunter in PvP well takes knowledge, understanding and practice. The rewards, however, can be huge. Not only will the dominating player on the field get tons of Honor (which equates to awesome gear) but your entire playing style, both in and out of the Battlegrounds, will benefit.