Welcome to our World of Warcraft Classic Beast Mastery Hunter Build, this Talent Spec Guide was built for levelling up from 1-60 in Classic WoW. We explain which is the best Race to use and Gear Stats you should get for this build, we also provide you with a complete Talent Skill Tree Build to maximize the effectiveness of this Spec.
Beast Mastery Hunter Best Race
If you are planning to go Beast Mastery then the Best Race hands down are Orc from the Horde Faction, 3 out of 4 of its racial traits are very strong with the Hunter Class. If your plan is to play Alliance then Night Elf or Dwarves are s good choice and have their own strengths both in PVE and PVP battlegrounds.
- Best – Orc, Night Elf, Dwarves
- Average – Troll
- Weak – Tauren
- Not Available – Gnome, Undead, Humans
World of Warcraft Classic Best Beast Mastery Hunter Build
Beast Mastery Hunter Stat Build
Beast Mastery Spec or not, all hunter should be stacking as much Agility as they can as this is the best stat for this class. Primary Stats Agility is most important and Attack Power/ Crit Chance are also very good choices as well, while Secondary Stats these are a very good secondary option and provide some quality of life to the build, and then we have Other Stats this stat is the least valuable of the option.
- Primary Stats [Agility] – [Attack Power] – [Critical Strike]
- Secondary Stats [Intellect] – [Stamina] – [Spirit]
- Other Stats [Strength]
WoW Classic Beast Mastery Hunter Talent Build Guide
The image below is our Beast Mastery Hunter Talent Build for WoW Classic and is meant for levelling up from 1-60. You can use this spec in PVP if you want and will work fairly well, however, most players that use Beast Mastery do so with the intention of using it as a Leveling spec, after which they respec into either Survival or Marksmanship and sometimes a hybrid of both.
Strength and Weaknesses
Below we list some of the Pros and Cons / Strength and Weakness of the Hunter Class in general.
- Strength – Easy 1-60 Leveling.
- Strength – One of the Easiest Solo Leveling.
- Weakness – Uses Ammo which can be Annoying.
- Weakness – Need to catch higher level pets as you level.
- Weakness – relies heavily on the pet.