If you are putting it up, be sure to refresh it when there's a spot after your steady that you don't have a special up for so you don't have to sacrifice a special to keep it up. There are two standard shot rotation styles for a survival hunter- a 1: Note that this spec is only advisable if you are using a 1: Weasel Premium Member join: Although having a decent mana pool is useful to a hunter, all int provides you is max mana and small amounts of increased mana regeneration when aspect of the viper is up which ideally you should be using as little as possible and once you have used up the extra mana it's gone till you can drink.
Home About us… Legal stuff…. You should get enough of this from gear and should never need to gem for it. Other changes worth noting Remember ammo now stacks to 1, in any bag slot. Legion is Really Quite Good 1 year ago. Some haste on gear doesn't hurt but don't value it highly compared to other stats and never gem it.
One of the lesser-known facts about this game is that it can make spreadsheets fun. Well as a community as a whole not just 1 person talking for 1 group ask why is that? Across an entire raid that can actually make a difference. Stratholme - Magistrate Barthilas. The cap for Armor Penetration then is: The best dps pet for a survival hunter depends on your crit. You can put any colour gem in any socket - you just won't get the bonuses that matching colours would give you.
Stratholme - Magistrate Barthilas. Arp is fine for Enh Shamans in pvp but Expertise is pathetic weak even with trinket still be really low to be any usefulness and also lose a lot of damage taking Expertise trinket over arp trinket or melee haste trinket. Counteract Magic should be taken when playing against affliction warlocks , shadow priests and balance druids — it should also always be taken in RBGs. These instances will fill in the holes left by your JP gear. On any boss fights that involve silences such as Azgalor or non-tanks likely to be getting hit such as Gurtogg Bloodboil you should make sure to keep it up. This has been greatly helpful!