Yeah, but can you shoot
an apple off a murloc's head?

The Hunter class has many great talents and some that aren't so great.
Which are which though? To many new players it is not always clear.
This leads players to following other players builds rather than
creating a build that suits their play style. The aim of this guide is
to help you create your own build, or perfect an existing one to better
suit you. You can do this by better understanding each talent. We
finish off the guide today with a look at the most popular talent tree,
the Marksmanship Tree.

This Marksmanship Talent Guide goes over each of the
talents in the
talent tree meant to allow you to do the most ranged damage. The
marksmanship talent tree has traditionally been by far the most popular
talent tree, at one point almost 85% of all hunters were marksman
based. However, recently the other talent trees have started to gain
favor, especially beast mastery, but most hunters are still
marksmanship based. The tree focuses on ranged attack power, critical
hits and extra ranged shot types. It is a solid all around talent tree
that allows good raid DPS as well as PvP ability.

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Last Updated: Mar 13, 2016

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