WOW hunters pets
Your hunter will start with a pet — different depending on your race — and any other pets you want you must find and tame. This can require a lot of tramping about the game world, especially if you’re in search of pets with unique looks. These are the different pet species available to every hunter: basilisk, bat, bear, beetle, bird of prey, boar, carrion bird, cat, crab, crane, crocolisk, dire horn, dog, dragon hawk, fox, goat, gorilla, hyena, monkey, moth, nether ray, porcupine, raptor, ravager, scarped, serpent, spider, spore bat, tallstrider, turtle, warp stalker, wasp, wind serpent, and wolf. In addition, beast mastery hunters can tame special, “exotic” pets, which have extra abilities. These pets include: chimaera, core hound, devilsaur, quilen, rhino, shale spider, silithid, spirit beast, water strider, and worm. In short, many creatures you see in the game world can be tamed as a hunter pet.
Pets are a key aspect to the class. Hunters tame beasts throughout the land — a hunter can tame 29 (37 for beast mastery hunters) different species of pet with their own special abilities and numerous unique looks. Just like your character, your pet has a talent specialization: each pet can be cunning (which focuses on utility and mobility, making for a good all-around spec), ferocity (which focuses on dealing damage), or tenacity (which focuses on defense). Wow Gold Any new pet you tame will have a default talent specialization based on its species, but you can swap it out if you’d rather have a different one.
If you can’t settle on just one, that’s fine, because you can tame many pets — up to 50. However, you can only have one out at a time: any extra pets must be stabled while not with you (stable masters in towns will look after your pet for you while you’re out adventuring). A certain number of pets can be stabled as “active” pets, which means you can call them and swap them for the pet you currently have no matter where in the game world you are. “Inactive” pets you’ll have to visit a stable master to collect.