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My first character I ever played was a hunter, he's standing in Barrens somewhere, level 36, most of his equipment is green, some probably white or gray. So trust me, I know hunters, lol. I played a few others too, but always resort back to the Hunters, cause I really enjoy the playing style, I can solo easily, or join a group and do a lot of damage. WoW has so many possibilities of places to go and things to do that especially as a new person, it's difficult to see what all the possibilities are about what to do, and what to equip yourself with. Hunter's are unique in the fact that they can tame beasts to be their combat companion. Other players can have pets as well, but they're non-combat pets. And Warlocks have minions. You can place your pet in the stables, you have three stables available. Then you can tame another pet. This will allow you to use different pets for different situations. For example, if you're playing solo you may really want to use a tanking pet like a bear or gorilla. Then when you're ready to go join a group and run an instance, you may want to stable your tanking pet, and get out a DPS (Damage Per Shot) pet, like a cat or raptor. Special Pets are rare beasts that usually have the Dragon around their portrait. These beasts are tamable. If you're an Alliance Hunter I highly recommend taming Bjarn, a level 11 White Bear with awesome tanking stats, plus it just looks really cool

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