I hit 90 about a week ago and I have been running around since then with an unspent talent point. I didn’t know what to spend it on so I just didn’t. Bad idea, I know. But then, I read the too many buttons post on Reddit and noticed how many people were mentioning something called Glaive. They also talked about Glaive in another post about a hunter with low DPS. I decided to look it up since I didn’t know what it was and it seemed important to Beast Mastery Hunter DPS. I learned that it was one of three choices for my last talent point. I tried to read an Icy Veins article on talent points, but it was so wishy-washy about which one I should pick that I felt overwhelmed. I just need someone to tell me what to do!
So, I did what I have been doing when in doubt: I headed over to Got Warcraft and poked around the site for information on Hunter talent points. I found an article where the choices for each talent point level were discussed comparatively and the optimal choice was listed in bold. Great! Just what I need: a basic foundation of what each item does and why one is better than the other, and, more importantly, it told me which to pick. I saw that Got Warcraft agreed with the Reddit population that Glaive Toss was important. I noticed that some of my other talents didn’t match the recommended specs. I tried to change that, but the game demanded something called Tomes of the Clear Mind. I had no idea what those were, so I asked my good friend Google.
From there, I leaned that Tomes of the Clear Mind are available in the Shrine of Two Moons from an NPC named Fang Whitescroll for just under 50 silver each. I bought several and then was able to change my talents. Yay! Now the game will quit harassing me about unspent talent points. This is what I ended up with:
- Crouching Tiger, Hidden Chimera
- Silencing Shot
- Aspect of the Hawk
- Dire Beast
- Lynx Rush
- Glaive Toss