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In Topic: MM enchants

Yesterday, 07:02 PM

View Postn0rd, on 28 November 2014 - 10:38 AM, said:

thx
if you've time, could you elaborate more on why we prefere versality over crit? and how can i find out stuff like this? :)

Right now our stat priority for the most damage just ends up being versatility>crit>multistrike>haste>mastery.

Versatility is not only a better dps increase even on enchants but it also makes us tankier. While crit is still very nice to have especially because aimed shot crits give us 20 focus back, it is important to remember that crits are only 150% instead of 200% in a pvp setting.

In Topic: MM enchants

Yesterday, 09:12 AM

Versatility Enchants. Megawatt Filament on weapon :)

In Topic: Dilly's Hunter PvP Guide (6.0.3)

Yesterday, 03:21 AM

View PostInsomnia95, on 28 November 2014 - 02:22 AM, said:

Hi, just wanted to say thanks for the guide seems really well written. As someone who just started playing the game I don't understand any of it, but once I am not retarded I will definitely try.

I know 2s isnt the focus of arena anymore but as someone who just wants to play with a friend and try and learn the game do you have any recommendations for good classes to play with in 2s? Totally understand if it's just too early to really know, or if it just doesn't matter as much in 2s.

Well, I've always liked 2s a lot but haven't given it much of a try this season. Last season I played thousands of games as hunter hpriest with shwayzee, but yeah I'd still say that hunter priest is pretty solid if you're tryharding in 2s, with the 3 best being druid, disc priest, and hpally. If you want to play with a dps in 2s I'd say the 3 best are ferals, rogues, and ret paladins.

In Topic: Dilly's Hunter PvP Guide (6.0.3)

Yesterday, 03:19 AM

View PostDreaedHunter, on 28 November 2014 - 01:56 AM, said:

Hey Dillypoo,

BC Hunter coming back to play for this Xpac, running with a Thugcleave 3v3 and seeing a lot of potential. I have been following your streams and I just had a few questions:

1) Iron Hawk over Spirit bond? Does this depend on what combo your running? and what would make you choose one over the other?

2) Do you use a forward disengage macro? I usually jump and turn around then disengage to jump forward, however you seem to disengage forward without moving your screen?

3) Glaives over Barrage always? I like to use barrage as a finisher into my killshot, however it is quite the waste of focus.

4) Tranq shot priority? When facing disc priest combos I find myself exhausting all my focus to tranq off bubble. When is this worth it and when is it not? With how tanky those bubbles are I would assume tranq would be my first priority.

5) When do you like to wyvren? and is binding shot ever worth it? I find myself wyvren -> ice trap for guarentee, however in your streams you seem to use both separately, any reason for this?

6) No pvp trinket? Do you think the added stats from the use trinket are more valuable? and does this depend on what combo you are running with?

Please take your time to answer these I know they are kind of all over the place haha. I appreciate any feedback you can give me, and I hope to see you in the arena soon!

Dreaed

1) Iron hawk pretty much all of the time in 3v3. However, if you are fighting a team comp that has tons of spread pressure (think warlock teams with another partner that will just rot you down. Not so much Mage lock/rogue lock, but moreso something like boomkin warlock, shadowpriest warlock, dk warlock etc, that will do a lot of damage over time to not just you and your team mates but also your pet. The self healing is very nice in these scenarios.

2) Nope, I just do it really really fast. My computer/internet are not the best so I think sometimes it ends up being too fast for the stream to pick it up, however I think it will pick it up in vods. After tons of practice it just becomes something like second nature.

3) Yeah in arenas I feel glaives over barrage is the best. It provides as a nice instant filler, is more controllable to not break cc, has a slow built in, and a low focus cost that will also proc thrill of the hunt. I never run barrage in arenas, it honestly ends up not being worth it. And because of barrages high focus cost that you have to pool around, I feel you end up aimed shotting way less than your normally would be able to. On top of that it breaks CC easily and also can be stopped pretty quickly vs a lot of teams (especially anything with a mage or a rogue) which will end up wasting the focus.

4) With using tranq shot it's best to do it towards the beginning of the match, or just do it right before you lead into some very long CC chain. I.e you can spam purge together (helps if a partner can as well) and then once the target is clean you can start off a long CC chain. An example is if I'm running junglecleave. My priest and I will purge spam together, and then once the target is pretty much clean, I'll have my feral bash their healer. I'll steady once or twice and then trap off of that bash (remember this will give me 50 focus back) and now I have my focus pooled to do a large amount of damage. This ends up making the CC very efficient for us and we don't lose any effective damage at all in the process. With a follow up from a clone/fear into a priest silence, that CC chain will lead to a kill if they don't have anything left. Offensive purges are very strong right now, so making sure that you play around that well and know how to set up when using them is going to be important as a hunter.

5) I love using wyvern as a cross cc. If I'm fighting something like rmp, and my partner can get a stun onto their healer, I really like to trap the rogue when the healer gets stunned, and then wyvern off of that stun. It's better to cc that way against say a rogue because it's very likely the rogue can dodge your wyvern with it's cast time. But if you get that trap on the rogue right when your partner stuns the priest, it also makes sure that it's a 3v1 and the rogue can't even stop your wyvern cast with a stun. Pretty much the only times I don't really like running wyvern is if I'm playing with a death knight, just because it's really easy for them to spread diseases and break my wyvern or trap on the dps while the healer is wyverned or trapped.

6) I'm human on my main. Humans have the pvp trinket built in so I don't need to buy one :P

In Topic: Which Spec?

27 November 2014 - 08:38 PM

View PostEsiwdeer, on 27 November 2014 - 05:34 PM, said:

not like there's anything besides mm mastery to use fox on in the arena

h3h

yo u can use it with camos stealth w/o glyph

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