PVE TBC Survival Hunter DPS Guide (Short)
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PVE TBC Survival Hunter DPS Guide (Short)

PVE TBC Survival Hunter DPS Guide (Short)

TBC Hunter Guide


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Welcome to our PVE Survival Hunter guide for WoW TBC. This guide will show you what you need to know to DPS as a Survival Hunter in dungeons and raids. This guide covers everything from talents to consumables. 

Talents

One hunter in every raid should have Improved Hunter’s Mark, if you are that hunter you should replace Efficiency for it. This build revolves around Expose Weakness which benefits the entire raid. You should stack Agility and Critical Strike to make it more effective for your raid group.

Survival Hunter Build

Gems

Gems can change based on your build, equipment and caps. You may need to adjust your gems to account for your gear.

Enchants

You may need to adjust your enchants to your gear. 

If you pick up enchanting you can benefit from Enchant Ring – Stats on both rings.

Stat Priority

  • Hit (9%)
  • Agility
  • Critical Strike
  • Attack Power
  • Intellect & MP5

At first you can use Surefooted to gain an extra 3% hit and lower your gear requirements.

Rotation

First apply Hunter’s Mark and keep it on the target. After that your rotation is:

You should also use  Kill Command and Rapid Fire to increase your DPS.

Consumables

Below is a list of consumables which help in any raid.

Pet

For raiding your best bet will be either Cats, Scorpids or Ravengers. The following skills are required:

  • Active: Claw, Bite, Gore, Scorpid Poison [Depending on pet]
  • Passive: Great Stamina, Avoidance, Cobra Reflexes

This macro can call, revive or heal your pet:

/cast [target=pet, dead] Revive Pet;[nopet] Call Pet; Mend Pet 

Professions

  • Leatherworking – This is a great choice for Beast Mastery Hunters. It allows you to craft useful gear all the way through. You also benefit from Leg enchants. You can also increase your raid utility by crafting Drums of Battle.
  • Engineering – Engineering is a great choice because you can make Guns, Ammo, Scopes as well as Goggles. It’s almost like Engineering was built for Hunters.
  • Enchanting – Enchanting both of your rings will give you a boost plus you can save money enchanting your own gear.
  • Jewelcrafting – Great gold making choice and you can make your own gems early on. Jewelcrafting can also make Figurine – Shadowsong Panther as a starter trinket.

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