Post by 236yfpjkjhd
I would appreciate if someone could please help me to understand a little more hunter, it would be great:
Sure, sure! :-D My first WoW character was hunter too.
1- Does have any difference between rare beast and regular beast when it is tamed?
No, not anymore. In the past, certain pets - some of which were rare and others that weren't - had faster target approach speeds and "weapon swing speed" (though pets don't hold a weapon of course, but I'm sure you understand what I mean. ;-) This is no longer the case; a rare pet will only have a more or less unique look after being tamed, that is all.
For example, the only black lion in the game is Humar the Pridelord, from the barrens. And the only white Windserpent is Arash'ethis from Feralas. Or at least I *think* that's the only white one, lol...
My question is what should I choose to distribute my talent points? What will be more important to a hunter at level 70?
There's probably nearly as many answers to that as there are hunters. For example, the build I use on one of my hunters is http://www.wowhead.com/?talent=cEbh0xxRiuAoVxbo
; because she is Orc I chose to leverage her extra pet damage racial as much as I could. She's kickass, I might add, despite pretty crappy gear because I level way too many alts to have time to work on her equipment. At level 60, she was able to solo the level 62-63 dragonkin elites in Grim Batol in Wetlands using a cat pet for example. These days she uses an orange/blue Ripblade Ravager instead with Dash, Bite, Gore, Cobra Reflexes, Avoidance 2 and some extra health, armor and Nature resist trained to it. I also use a relatively fast weapon, due to the hit-procced talents I've picked (improved hawk, go for throat).
It's hard to say what is THE best spec, because it most likely depends on your playstyle etc. Some raiding hunters pick the trap talents in survival and work on chaintrapping mobs in them. Other people swear by the other trees, you'll never find a consensus on one single build. ;-) Sorry.
Since you're quite new to the game you should simply play and play and play a lot to get a good 'feel' of your class and your class skills and advantages and disadvantages. To be successful in a raid you must know by heart how to use those skills in any given situation. Read a couple hunter tips&tricks guides also btw. You shouldn't neccessarily take everything in them and do exactly like they describe, because another person's playstyle might not fit your own, but pick the plums out of the cake so to speak; the small useful bits of advice that is universally applicable. Know how to feign death, how to disengage, how to wing clip, how to trap etc. Know when to scorpid sting. If you're survival, know when to use your mongoose sting, and so on.
Oh, and when you hit Outland - if you haven't done that yet - do the PvP quest in Hellfire Penninsula over and over and over, until you have enough marks to buy the PvP reward bow (splintermark) and trinket (mark of conquest) from the Field Scout in Zangar Marsh as soon as possible. When you feel ready to hit the dungeons in Zangar, make sure you have the Stalk the Stalker quest from the little Sporeggar guys before going in. Pick the Power Infused Mushroom reward after completing it. Both of these help a lot during leveling/grinding.
Thanks to any help.
You're welcome. Best of luck to you!