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#1 19-09-2014 09:36:33

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Being new to World of Warcraft can be a bit intimidating. The sheer depth of the game can discourage some gamers from taking the time to immerse themselves into the possibilities available within. Among the copious options available inside the game, an entire book could be written on just the hunter pets wholesale jerseys available for play. I mean really, there are over 30 pet families to choose from in WoW alone. Now, this is no book on hunter pets, but it is a quick guide to inform you of the basics that will allow you to assimilate nicely.

So you want to know all about World of Warcraft hunter pets? First you must figure out what your needs are in your pet. Pets are broken down into subcategories cunning, ferocity and tenacity. The pets act according to their categorical name. If you're seeking a smart pet that is mobile and flexible, then you would find one in the deep pool of cunning pets. If you seek a violent pet that can do some serious damage, well, you will find one in the ferocity pool. Tenacity pets excel at protection and survival techniques. I so love my crab for my tenacity pet.

Being a pet owner isn't all fun and games. When choosing, make sure to remember that you will have to feed the pet. Not all pets are easy to feed. Not with any of the World of Warcraft hunter pets. Depending on your pet's habits and character, feeding can be timely and sometimes very difficult. If you are seeking a low maintenance pet, then this is an important part of the game to keep in mind. Make sure that you can find the proper food for your pet to consume. I learned once that I needed to feed a pet fruit. Back in the day, fruit was difficult to come by.

World of Warcraft hunter pets all come with a distinct personality and it's important to note that. Each pet acts a little different, and that is why there is no sure and clear cut winner for the best pet. Some pets, depending on their family, have special idiosyncratic personality traits. Some of these traits can be helpful to the hunter but others not at all. You will have to determine what you need your pet to accomplish for you in order to get the most from each pet. As is evident from game experience, you will learn that choosing a pet sometimes depends on your current mood and what you expect to get from the game.

Pets in the world of World of Warcraft do not start earning the talent points that they need to really make an impact until they hit level 20, so except for the clear differences that the three groups have, until that pet hits level 20 is when the real fun starts. You won't start seeing each pets quirks until you at least start playing with its talent tree! You will have a maximum of 16 talent points to spend on your pet unless you go Beast Mastery, and you will then have a total of 20 talent points to spend on your pet, so here is yet another example of how differently a pet can act if given only four more talent points than other pets. Oh, the possibilities

If you are new to World of Warcraft you will learn that hunters now have the ability to call and dismiss pets, and this increases as you level. It's like carrying around a mini pet stable. At level 1 you begin with the ability to call and dismiss only one pet. This will not increase until you hit level 18, where what you will be able to actively carry is increased to two pets. You must deal with only being able to carry two pets until you hit level 42, where it again increases by one, which makes a carryon stable of three pets to call or dismiss. Level 62 will get you yet another increase to 4 pets, and then at level 82 you will be able to call and dismiss a maximum of five pets without having to visit your stable of 25 pets. When you fall in love with a certain pet, do you really think you will fill all those stalls up? I think not, but some wholesale nfl jerseys will get pretty close, since there are so many cool pets to choose from with World of Warcraft hunter pets.

There really is no single greatest pet. In fact, there are many great pets. My favorite questing pet is still the color changer crabs that skitter around on the bottom of the Abyssal Depths floors. She never lets anything harm me. Yet I have an awesome fox and yet another wolf (I love wolves, in RL and in WoW) that I use for raiding and instances.

You still really need to find the one whose personality and behavior suits your game goals and go out and kick some butt. Whether or not you are new to WoW or a veteran, every hunter will have their favorite pet(s), but what World of Warcraft hunter pet is superior? Everyone will have a different answer on what the most superior World of Warcraft pet is. Find your best fit and go out and kick some butt.

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