I’ve been wanting to discuss our level 100 hunter talents for a while now, but I wasn’t sure what format the post should take. That is, until I saw Scott’s report card for level 100 rogue talents from a couple of weeks ago. I will happily steal his idea. As a pickpocketing rogue, I’m sure he’ll understand. We've had 6 months to play with the level hunter 100 talents and now it's time to see if they live up to the hype.
Let's take a moment to dole out some Warlords of Draenor mid-term grades for the newfangled set of toys rogues receive upon hitting Level 100.
The path from level 1 to level 100 is pretty clearly laid out before you: kill things, gain experience, level up, repeat. However, once you hit level 100 what you do next is really up to you — which can leave new 100s at a bit of a loss.
It's been a long grind to get here — one that makes even The Insane seem straightforward — but neutral pandaren player Doubleagent (the only long-time neutral player we know of) has finally reached level 100.
Warlords of Draenor ushered our characters back to the world of Draenor -- a slightly altered, different version of Draenor, but Draenor nonetheless.