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10-12-2009 @ 4:14AM
I hate to pile-on, because I always feel bad when writers get criticized here for trivial things, but unfortunately after reading these guides they do seem to be fairly bare bones and don't add much to information that's easily searchable on your own. If I were writing a hunter guide here's what I would do. I would roll a hunter alt and actually play through these levels using the existing guides as an outline. I'd make note of things I noticed, especially pointers for difficult quests or maybe specific situations to remember to use often-neglected abilities. Also, gear ... what gear do you want to roll on if you do certain instances? What quests have good rewards for hunters? Any special tips for the instances listed? Basically just a little bit of info to flesh out what's already there. Some people may actually be doing this for the first time or be starting a hunter alt for the first time and sometimes the smallest bit of practical advice can shave hours off of your leveling time. I would also include something more about the specs. One of the hardest thing as a new player is to understand how to spec as you level because most info about specs is for people at level cap, unless you are looking at twinks. I think a guide that includes one PvP, one PvE (for people who want to level through instances) and one solo leveling spec with a short explanation of each would be invaluable and make the whole guide worthwhile. It would also help newer players learn how to build a spec from the ground up so we might actually understand it when we get to level cap instead of just having to copy someone else's.
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