I rolled a hunter. Technically this is my 3rd hunter. My Pvp Hunter is Still sitting on Jubie collecting dust in an Inn at 42 – my 2nd was deleted at level 7 so now I have a Dwarf Female hunter by the name of Zippina ( I have a thing for Z’s Zahrah, Zophina, Zaynina, Zippina Zaddra on my main server, )
With the spare time of my holidays off work – I thought why not embrace my Altitis and roll yet another toon .
So at level 33 ( almost level 34 ) with a Pet Snow Leopard called Nimitz ( David Webber Honor Harrington fans will recognise the name as Honor’s pet Tree cat. ) So this is Zippina
I’m playing her as Beastmaster, she has some heirloom items ( thanks to a weekend stint of heroics) She has a bow because I didn’t have enough Stone Keeper shards for the Gun, and for now its ok because she is Op in other stats for leveling, even though she misses out on the extra 1% Crit from Gun specialisation. I like the sound of a bows twang alot more then the Boom of a gun. It seems less violent, and I’m sure better for my hearing. My 19 engineering twink came in handy, able to make her bullets for her gun when she was shooting, and I was dismayed to find out that when she transitioned to the bow, until she gets to I think its at least the 50’s the only arrows available are vendor ones. Why can’t anyone make low level arrows? You can make low level bullets.
I’m not sure if its a hang up from playing my Shammy Alt, but she wants to Melee, she likes getting in the thick of the battle and smacking things with what ever duel wielding weapon combination of the day. Axe Axe , Axe Sword, and now its a Heirloom dagger, and a Axe. Disengage is also the perfect way to get far enough away from the target quickly to actually act like a real hunter and shoot it with a range weapon. Do not disengage when running away from a pack of mobs. You land right back in the middle of them.
The heirlooms have made it so much easier to level, yet still have fun in the lower areas, questing, and reacquainting yourself with places of your youth.
On other exciting news. I came out! No not that sort of coming out. But telling some guildys about my blog. I’ve never been completely open as to who I was, where I played like with an armory link. I didn’t think I had to. Some investigation would tell you – but its been eating at me a little. I am proud of this blog. ( most of the time) I enjoy writing it, and I appreciate your comments. I don’t wanted it shouted from mountain tops, but I felt it was time to be a little bit more open about it.