Dec 13th 2010 11:22AM Your hit rating is probably really low. You should also consider Ferocity pets or Cunning pets, since those two provide a significant stat boost over Tenacity. Don't be afraid to use non-exotic pets in BM, since the stats are normalized. You will probably increase your damage enough to offset the 5% boost you give to your entire party. Most parties should have that buff covered, though.
In BM you should probably roll with a cat, a wolf, a devilsaur, a core hound and depending on what seems to be missing most from the five mans in your battle group, either a dragonhawk, ravager and serpent/raptor for their specific debuffs.
Dec 13th 2010 8:34AM Even though I am a relatively new player (I joined halfway through 3.3), it's always bothered me in the Wrath heroics that there were entire schools of spells not used because the dungeons were too easy and promoted chain pulling.
Cataclysm opened my eyes to my true calling: Being one of the most versatile classes in WoW. The amount of things I can bring to a five man is stunning: Up to five pets with their own buffs and debuffs, two solid cc's (you forgot wyvern sting, stings are one per mob limit), an aoe slow, misdirection, and an emergency taunt. I can also get myself out of harm's way with a Feign Death or when taunt, I can temp tank through Deterrence.
Camouflage is also hugely interesting if you don't have a rogue to scout, or you just want to range pull - misdirect to your tank.
It's great. We got only three skills from 80 to 85; but all three define the build.
Oct 6th 2009 7:53PM it's crip walking :P