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Raiding Pets Guide

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   For many players, raiding is going to start, if it hasn't already. Hunters, even with the major overhaul of the pet system, every single pet will not maximize your raid potential. Probably many Hunters have a gorilla leftover from leveling using the new Volley, that's not really the pet you want for a high level instance. Having just hit 80, and with the call from your guild going out soon, you should probably go ahead and tame that WoW Raid Pets. Here we will show you the main pet options and inform Hunters where to get them.

  While pet leveling speed has been increased by 30%, it's still a drag to grind mobs just to help fluffy out. Though your leveling pet is going to be your raid pet and he's only a level or two behind, there's no reason to not just take him along to the raid since he'll be maxed soon enough. In a raid setting, the entire point of a Hunters pet is to deal DPS, much like the Hunter them self. So out of the three pet talent trees, raid Hunters will want to choose a pet from the Ferocity tree due to its +10% damage boost. The only time a Hunter might not want a Ferocity pet is if they have the 51 point BM talent, Beast Mastery, allowing them to tame an WoW exotic pet.

Once the "class" of pet has been chosen, Ferocity, the next most important issue is what secondary skill does the pet have. A pet with a DPS sort of skill will be the best choice. Of course every pet has some sort of "focus dump" damage dealing ability, but for a wow raid pet a hunter will want a pet whose secondary ability also increases DPS.

For many Hunters, cats are a mainstay. In TBC, they were incredibly popular because they dealt the most damage for the long time, it's as simple as that. Of course later on Ravagers and Wind Serpents became popular as well. The cats extra ability is called Rake. The maximum rank of Rake deals around 46-72 damage, with a 10 second cool down.

Savege Rend is the second skill of a Raptor, which is able to crit. Though, providing it more damage and increasing the Raptor's damage by 10% for 30 seconds. Using Kill Command before each Savage Rend will be the best option in order to maximize this pet's DPS. A BM hunter that already has all of the other critical strike increasing talents will probably find more use from this raid pet wow then either MM or SV. So this may be the pet of choice for any Hunter that goes deep BM but doesn't pick up exotics.

A Wolf's secondary skill buffs does not stack with most other raid buffs, so taking a wolf to a 25 man raid will be pointless over a Raptor or Cat. Depending on the composition of a 10 man raid, it is possible for this to be a useful ability.

Even among the exotic pets, there is a king for raid DPS, and that is the Devilsaur. The other two Ferocity pets just don't match up. Again, just like with the above mentioned wolves, exotic pets provide a number of extra abilities that in certain situations can be useful. Raid buffs such as lowering the targets armor. Of course because of the new buff system in place with WotLK, these abilities will probably not be needed in a 25 man environment, but for a 10 man raid it's possible that they provide a needed boost.

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