Now my question consists of what race out of the Horde side is better overall for a Hunter Class? I am not going to say horde only talk on this topic any alliance suggestions are more than welcome. So if you have a hunter or want to.
Best looking will be subjective I guess^^ I feel most horde classes go well as a hunter, though not really a fan of goblin or undead hunters. And male belfs. I'd go with tauren or orc personally, but a lot of people have seemed to praise troll hunters. Their bow-firing animation is supposedly smooth. people seem to be raving about the orc 25% stun reduction which apparently stacks with the pvp 20% reduction talent.
i usually go Be the Silence can be very handy. perhaps a little less so on hunter though getting close is not usually a good idea very handy for getting healers down in combination with binding shot though. What kind of theme do you prefer as a person? Should be the main thing to decide this.
Personally i'd choose goblin. Mostly for the lolz, same reason as... uhh, gnome. (thank you blizz for finally making this possible). Armor looks pretty good of taurens, except boots because hooves. Trolls are a pretty good choice too, different kind of animation.
A lot depends on the spec tbh, MM - blood elves(rangers), undead(sharpshooters) BM - orcs, tauren, trolls (due to being close to wilds and nature/spirits) Survival - same as the last one, though id give more points to Tauren/Trolls, and if we take the whole explosive concept in mind - also goblins.
best dating a hunter race horde 3.3.5 - Hunter races
As hunter is such a powerful class, many players get interested in it. With the Cataclysm, many races can play as a hunter except the Gnomes. They cannot play as a hunter. I guess it is because they are busy repairing their cities.
They are not tall enough to use the bow. In the latest expansion of WOW-Mists of Pandaria, Gnomes still cannot play as a hunter. But the new race Pandarens can become a hunter. You can choose the race you like to be a hunter. If you like the race more than others, you can take it although it has no great abilities.
Most players are finding the best race for WOW hunter. I would say you like it and you play it. There is no other rule to play in the game. The abilities do not make a difference because you have your basic skills as a player. In Mists of Pandaria, hunter may finally get to use the bows. Player said that, if you want to reach the end of the game, Orcs and Trolls are the best hunter races. For me, I would like to take the pandarens as a hunter because this class can play well both as Alliance and Horde.
Pandarens can make the enemies sleep with a touch of the paw. They can increase the benefit from food buffs. If you are skilled at cooking, you can cook food for your character.
Take several professions for you and you will get leveled faster. Draenei: This race is a good hunter race for a couple of reasons. You will be given a viable method of reducing downtime in tough battles. When you are at high levels, you can use self-ability for raiding. Leveling up can improve your DPS. You can do more damage to the enemy per second. Night Elves: This is a good PVP race.
This race can play well in both world PVP and arena. It does not add additional abilities for your high level character. Night elf hunter can get the benefit of 2%. The special abilities for Night Elf cannot be used in PVE content.
Blood Elves: If you are playing as a Horde, you can begin your hunter life with Blood elf. The good ability for Blood elf is Arcane Torrent. The character can use this as AOE silence when in melee range. Tauren: Tauren is a good PVP hunter race. If you like to play PVP you can take this race. A Tauren can take 5% bonus in health.
In addition to the addition bonus, it can take many other skills. Take the herbalism profession; you are able to get some materials. Make the materials into potions which can help you heal your wound. You should get as many herbs as you can. Each kind of herb have unique function for wound. This post was made using the from This line will not appear when posts are made after activating the software to full version.
I've been trying to decide what alliance hunter race to make as I love min-maxing.. But I've been having a bit of trouble deciding which of the two is the best. Dwarf is pretty much out of the question as the best weapon is not a gun in 3.3.5 and Stoneskin is not that interesting of an ability to me. Should I go with the Draenei for the heal+Hit chance or does that become almost useless once you're fully geared? And with how bursty people are in pvp I doubt that the heal with make that much of a difference a majority of the time.
Or should I go Nightelf for the dodge, higher agility+stam and the always amazing Shadowmeld? So in your opinion what is the best hunter race on the alliance, and why? PvE wise, and PvP. Any info would be greatly appreciated. (And before someone says, play what you like or yada yada... I like the make my characters the best they can be so I am trying that right now.) For PvE night elf is hands down the better race since it is not hard to be put into a group with a draenei; Nelves have the most agility in their base stats.
You will be MM in endgame PvE since it is the superior dps spec. Night Elves are my favourite because I love to negate ranged attacks with Shadowmeld. You can use it as a second feign death in PvP also. For PvP my choice would be between Night Elf and Dranei. Shadowmeld in itself is already an incredibly useful racial which can be useful in all scenarios..
It also has a 2 minute cooldown comapred to Gift of the Naaru's 3 minutes. You will easily reach the hit cap in PvP endgame gear so the Draenei racial isnt as important however it can still be useful against Ret Paladins and Rogues.
The heal is mediocre (Heals about 7-8k in full gear) and can be cut in half by healing reduction. For PvE night elf is hands down the better race since it is not hard to be put into a group with a draenei [ .. ]I would, unfortunately have to disagree with that; apparently after all it is hard to get put into a group with a Draenei, so if you absolutely want to max your (average) personal DPS, Draenei is the way to go. However, Nelf does offer the most utility.
I would, unfortunately have to disagree with that; apparently after all it is hard to get put into a group with a Draenei, so if you absolutely want to max your (average) personal DPS, Draenei is the way to go. However, Nelf does offer the most utility.in PVE terms Never had a problem with a lack of Draneis; there are at least 2 or more in 25 man raids (The elemental and Resto and perhaps enhancement).
There can also be other classes which are draenei. But yes, Dranei is the way to go if you're alone but Nelf is superior when absolutely maxed with class buffs; which is what you will probably doing because after all it is pve. in PVE terms Never had a problem with a lack of Draneis; there are at least 2 or more in 25 man raids (The elemental and Resto and perhaps enhancement).
There can also be other classes which are draenei. But yes, Dranei is the way to go if you're alone but Nelf is superior when absolutely maxed with class buffs; which is what you will probably doing because after all it is pve.The problem is ignorant and/or complacent raid leaders who keep putting the resto shamans into the healers group, and all the likes of that so yeah At the very least thats been my experience, and thats with decent raiding guilds mind you, which is unaffordable luxury for many.
Good luck with pugs The problem is ignorant and/or complacent raid leaders who keep putting the resto shamans into the healers group, and all the likes of that so yeah At the very least thats been my experience, and thats with decent raiding guilds mind you, which is unaffordable luxury for many. Good luck with pugsHaving for healers outweights 1% for 4 dpsers imho.
(at least on long fights)
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