Thursday, March 31, 2011

A Few Tips for Hunter PvP Strategy


If you want to be a thriving Hunter in a PvP environment, you need to behave in much the same  way as a real hunter would in the real world. You have to be able to identify your targets,  understand how it is likely to behave, and anticipate what your target is likely to do. At the  same time you have to know your own capabilities, be cozy with using them and have the  right gear to protect you from taking too much damage.

Knowing all of this, you need to be able of moving yourself into a good enough position to  take on your target and eliminate it without ending up as a prey yourself. This sounds just  like any other role that the Hunter is likely to take on including any type of PvE combat. You  are equipped with traps and nowhere is that more important than in the PvP arena, including  battlegrounds. By using your traps as crowd control you can put enough distance between you and  your enemy to use your DPS abilities to do as much damage as possible.

Your best Hunter PvP strategy is to study the PvP strategy of the other classes and the tactics  needed to kill them. This will allow you to stay one step ahead of them, which can be very  important as they are trying to kill you at the same time. If you want to develop a good PvP  strategy, the best way to do so is spend as much time as you can in the battlegrounds and the  Arenas. You are going to spend a lot of time dying as you learn, but over time you will find  that you will learn the tactics of all the other toons.

One thing you need to make sure of is that you have the best gear you can get and upgrade every  chance you get. Getting your PvP gear has never been easy and in between seasons it is even  harder. The one last tip is to choose your pet carefully; there are no wrong or right pets.  Choose the one that suits your style of play and make good use of it. This does not mean letting  it run loose. Rather, use your pet to protect yourself and add damage when you are under attack.  If used properly, your pet can hold the aggro while you gain a little range and finish the enemy  off.

Taking any class into PvP is not easy. In fact, it can be downright challenging at times. So,  instead of stumbling through PvP with your Hunter, learn how to do it right with the ultimate  PvP guide – visit for more details.

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