You have a few options when it comes to rolling a hunter on the Horde side, but figuring out which one is best can be a little difficult. Fortunately, this guide is here to help you figure out the best Horde hunter race for your endgame purposes, be it PvP or PvE that you want to emphasize. We’ll rank each race based on how its racial traits contribute to successful pursuit of a given role.
First, we’ll discuss PvP. In PvP, survivability, burst, and control all matter, so it can be much less clear cut which is the “best” for PvP…but we can try! Orc is obviously the best Horde hunter race for PvP, thanks to the extra burst damage of Blood Fury, extra pet damage, and reduced stun durations. Second place is firmly in the hands of Trolls, with 안전토토사이트 their resistance to snares and amazing burst thanks to Berserking. Tauren seem like a good choice, thanks to their extra health and AoE stun, but many find their large size makes them unweildy as hunters, and their lack of burst also makes them suffer by comparison. Blood elves AoE silence is fairly useless for the same reason Tauren’s stun is: it requires close contact with the enemy, which often spells death for a hunter.
PvP looks similar to PvE, thanks to hunters emphasis on damage in PvP: Orcs take the top position again, thanks to Blood Fury and their increased pet damage. Berserking puts Troll in a firm second. And Tauren and Blood Elves share last place once more; their racial traits are almost completely useless for DPS, though they can occasionally be handy.
So there you have it; Orcs are the best Horde hunter race for both PvE AND PvP, thanks in part to hunters emphasis on high damage over survival even in PvP, and for the same reason Troll takes second place. Tauren and Blood Elf are both in last place, though Tauren’s perceived slowness can serve as a weakness that makes them worse than Blood Elves in the hands of many players.