So I have still been playing World of Warcraft all this time just not blogging much at all about my exploits as a Raiding Hunter. I plan on playing in Legion as either a Feral again or still as a Hunter, I am as of now still undecided. I have leveled a Feral Druid to 110 in the beta and I now plan on doing the same with a Character copy of my Hunter on Zul’jin.
I am not sure yet what Legion will bring for me in the game world as I am trying to determine exactly what kind of player I have time to be. As much as I enjoy Mythic progression raiding I just don’t know anymore if I can dedicate time on a schedule that it requires. My kids are growing up and are more involved in extra curricular activities on nights and weekends which makes it hard to commit to even just 2 nights a week. Dungeons look to be more of a factor in this next expansion so I might be able to focus there while dabbling in LFR as well as Normal and Heroic pugging.
Finally completed all ranks of Brawlers Guild last week. Got my mount… YAY
I did this on my Hunter, however, if anyone needs any tips on doing this as a Boom or Kitty just ask.
I am now a progression raiding Hunter.
Things are going great in DiP on Zul’jin and playing a Hunter could not be more fun. I do miss the challenges of playing kitty with running all over the place, multi bleeding stuff, Brez’ing in a pinch, etc. I do feel however that Hunter is a fun class to play as well, though min/max is a little less challenging, which after playing WoW since BC and being over 40 years old is just fine by me.
Raiding 2 nights a week is a lot more manageable than 3, gives me more time for the family and staying in shape, and being part of a great guild means progression continues to happen at a reasonable pace. Last night we finally downed Lei Shen and received the Ahead of the Curve: Lei Shen Achievement. Considering the difficulty of maintaining a 25 man raiding roster and the constant rotation of geared and experienced players combined with the 6 hours per week playtime progression is very rewarding.
With my new focus on my hunter I won’t have much to post on here that is Druid centric as often but I don’t have plans to change the site since my overall lack of time wouldn’t necessarily allow me to become a large part of the Hunter community anyway. I will continue to post observations in all area’s of WoW, the odd and end tips here in there, and cover patches and expansions information I find helpful or interesting.
Now that my druid is effectively my alt, I am going to start tanking LFR, 5 mans, and hopefully some alt or pug runs.Unfortunately I need to switch up my gear, chants, gems, trinkets. Following is the list of gear to get everything up above 502 ilvl without stepping one foot in normal ToT.
Head – Lightning-Eye Hood – Jin
Chest – Rockfall Ribwraps -Tortos
Wrist – Bindings of Multiplicative Strikes – Horridon
Hands – Grips of the Haunted Forest – Council
Waist – Featherflight Belt – Ji-Kun
Finger – Seal of the Shado-Pan Assault – Friendly rep with assault
Trinkets – Vicious Talisman of the Shado-Pan Assault and Renataki’s Soul Charm – Jin