Thanks Perculia, this is much appreciated.
Awesome tool. Thank you so much.
Oh. My. God. THANK YOU!
Extremely useful!I was using and old talent calculator but this is better.The design is absolutely beautiful.Thanks a lot guys
That is what i need! Great feature!
The lower link is to Classic WoW Hunter Pets Guide, it is wrongly named.
Thank you, I was using several pages for this information
This is cool and all, but a couple of things I wanted to mention:First, your guide link has the title Classic Hunter Training Calc instead of Classic Hunter Pet GuideSecond, an explanation on how to build pets would be a nice addition to the calculator, so new and inexperienced players can get an idea on how they should build their companions for different situations, such as leveling, tanking trash, specific boss mobs, raiding, and PVP.Edit: Okay fine, I'll elaborate:Active SkillsThese are typically specific to your pet family, and are either damage, or utility skills. Use accordingly to your taste/situation, bearing in mind that your pet can only have a maximum of four active abilities. These should likely be maxed to your pets current level if you are going to use them.A Note on BoarsIf you are going to use Charge (and really you should, coz why else a boar) then you don't need to waste points on Dash. Boars are great for leveling, and world PVP so bear that in mind when building this pet.Passive SkillsThese are the ones which need more thought, and will soak up the remaining talent points after you've picked which active skills you want your pet to have. They are heath boost, armor boost and the five magic resistances. Remember that armor does nothing to stop spell damage, and resistances do nothing to stop physical damage.Returning to our boar example, by the time we level to 60, a good build would be something like; Rank 7 Growl, Rank 8 Bite, Rank 6 Charge, Rank 6 Natural Armour, Rank 8 Great Stamina, Rank 2 All Resistances. This beast should perform relatively well in most situations.Working towards this as you level is good planning, however you will need different pet builds for things specific end game tasks like raiding, battlegrounds and dungeon farming. Now that we have reached level 60, we could visit the Pet Trainer, and wipe our boars skill tree and replace it with something like: Rank 7 Growl, Rank 8 Bite, Rank 6 Charge, Rank 6 Natural Armour, Rank 10 Great Stamina, Rank 2 Natural Resistance. Now we have the perfect dungeon farming companion.Alternatively you could sap out the boar for a gorilla, and train Thunderstomp Rank 3 instead of charge, and get the perfect trash farming companion. Bosses may be a bit more difficult, but you'll clear the trash a lot faster than with the boar