We’re now about three months into Legion alpha testing the Hunter class, so I thought it would be worthwhile to revisit each spec and see what has changed since my initial first impression columns (Survival, Marksmanship, Beast Mastery).
Gnome Hunters are going to be the next big (small?) thing in Legion.
Hunters have really been turned upside down in Legion.
Are you a Shaman or Hunter?
Are you ready to give up your pets on your Hunter?
Happy New Year!
Artifact weapons are, without a doubt, my most anticipated feature in Legion.
The new melee Survival Hunter spec is now playable in the Legion alpha test, with Beast Mastery and Marksmanship to follow sometime in the future.
If you've been awaiting Gnome Hunters (and really, who hasn't?) then we have some good news for you -- the official announcement is here, and it comes with some news as to what kinds of pets our Gnome friends will be taming.
Last week was pretty exciting for Hunters.
Hunters have been used to Beast Mastery, Survival, and Marksmanship as variations on the same theme and the same mechanics since, well, forever.
Blizzard kicks off its ongoing series of Legion class previews with the Hunter class preview today.
I think the best thing about Timewalking is it allows you to use fun tier set bonuses and trinkets from the past.
Soloing older raids is always something I enjoy during these slow periods at the end of the expansion.
I was recently perusing the old Hunter talent trees and was pretty taken aback by how much flavor the specs have lost over the years.
When I look back at Warlords, my favorite moment wasn’t dinging level 100 for the first time or slaying Heroic Archimonde.