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Survival Hunter PvP Tips
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I recently started doing arenas as a survival hunter. I've tried BM and Marks in PvE and battlegrounds but I like how survival flows. My talents consist of: Posthaste, Silencing Shot, Thrill of the Hunt, A Murder of Crows, and Powershot. Glyphs are Mirror Blade, Camouflage and Master's Call. The pets i use are gorilla, bird of prey, moth, dragonhwak and a spider depending on the opposite team. I am open to change glyphs, talents or pets if need be. What can i do to improve chances of survival being effective?
(Working on the honor season gear.)
Depends. Arenas, BGs and RBGs are whole different stories.
Noxxics guide is quite old but may look at it:
Powershot has a problem of being easily interruptable (by pretty much anything), if you want a knockback use an explosive trap glyph. Power shot is ok for MM, pvp with the added haste, but not for SV.
Your pets seem to be mostly debuff oriented - may want something for buff (it will go off during stampede) or cc (most hunters use crane for lulaby) rather than that,
Murder of crows does too little damage and costs too much focus for pvp situation especially if you got with TotH instead of Fervor.
Murder of Crows is terrible for PvP. Lynx Rush was nerfed but is still powerful, and even Blink Strike is better than MoC.
PvP is not about maximum theoretical DPS. It's about control and burst. MoC is neither since it breaks our CCs and takes forever to start ticking for decent damage. I think it's also dispellable, although I'm not sure because I don't use it.
I prefer Dire Beast as BM and Fervor as SV/MM.
Being dependent on procs is not good unless you're mopping up scrubs. Being able to supply burst when you need it (and save your CDs if you don't) is important if you're playing against skilled opponents.
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