Thought I would take a look at my original list and see what all I actually got done. The list was overly ambitious and frankly… I got burned out and stopped playing for a while. How did I do? Well… I got maybe half of this done. MAYBE.
Heroic: Madness of Deathwing Glory of the Dragon Soul Raider Full best in slot gear on Zan
- I Can’t Hear You Over the Sound of How Awesome I Am
- Finish all non-metas from Ulduar 10m (missing 2, and they’re both easy, I’m disappointed in myself here)
Finish all non-metas from Ulduar 25m(completed May 8)
- Finish last Wrath dungeon achievements (missing 1)
- Finish last Cata dungeon achievements (missing Hex Mix, burned through about 30 hex sticks and I still do not have it. wtf???)
One of the most frequently asked questions from new hunters is:
What is the best pet for the DPS?
You see, my little hunters, there is no one “right” answer for this. There are many pets in our hunter arsenal that are the best pet for the situation. The best pet for your DPS is dependent upon what you’re doing. I wouldn’t use the same pet for raiding that I would use in a battleground. My arena pet might be different from my battleground pet. The pet I use for questing isn’t the same as the pet I use to run 5 man dungeons, and I certainly do not use that pet when I hunter tank or do some extreme soloing. Hunter pets are one of the biggest utilities we have to offer and the sign of a truly good hunter is one who knows which pet to use in what situation and why. Blizzard has blessed us with an overflowing stable in Cataclysm… we have TWENTY FIVE pet slots now! This is a fantastic opportunity, use those slots well.