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5-02-2008 @ 8:58AM
that are some good questions i guess. ill try to aswer them(i'm ashamed to admit i'm not nearly as good with playing my hunter then id like to be) ok question nr:1) well to practice doing dps there are some mobs in blasted lands that can't die but they display the dmg you do to them(so there not evading) these mobs combined with a dmg meter like swstats can help u alot.kiting u can practice on about every mob in wow as long as there not casters cause then you will run into the problem of them not following you.2) well as far as i know i think that build would be only good if u maxed agi and hit an unbuffed amount of 700 of it (dont know if thats supposed to be with or without lightning reflexes) so i am wondering why you want a build like that.3) pvp is something u can always do, but since im geussing u meant at what level u could star pvp in BG's well i recommend doing BG's when your level is something with a last nr from 6-9, so 48 would be good but 41 wouldnt.4) when you are leveling u want te be looking for items with agi, stam, ap or crit rating on them int is good to but not to important with leveling i would put those stats in theis order agi>stam>ap>crit. but min/maxing your gear while leveling is quite useless since the time you spent maximizing your gear could be spent gaining more xp5) well for levling i recommend a beast mastery build since this works really good for leveling. but i think there is more info on this subject on www.wowwiki.com or http://www.gotwarcraft.com/guides/leveling/class/hunter.php6) well for leveling i would recommend something with alot hp or armor such as a bear or a boar but tbh anything will do just finehope you found something usefull in therep.s.: dont watch the spelling neither did i:P
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