Personally, I went with two entrapment with the pieces that gave the most vit (chest piece and something else) and the other four 2/2 for the most morale/vit, although I usually wear the gold Horse-lords helm instead of the audacity helm. The entrapment 2 piece bonus is amazing, I've killed so many wargs with it before they could even HIPS away, and it stops them from sprinting, just save your needful haste for a little bit so you can refresh your distracting shot cooldown. Offhand of preference is the Sambrog club from Sambrog (you guessed it). The R8 moors sword is a very good alternative to that, though, and seems to beat every other hunter offhand, minus the gold dagger.
For earrings, I usually use Shadowstalker's Stud and the LLG earring (can obviously do better than that, but it works just fine).
Bracelets are usually Wristband of the Footpad/Relic-robber's Bracelet, or the crafted agility bracelet/Relic-robber's Bracelet.
For necklace, the gold crafted agility one, Sunbrand Necklace of Dexterity (162 agi/morale/crit defense output), or Gregolin depending on the situation but I prefer to not sacrifice the DPS from the gold necklace.
Rings are Ring of Adamant Determination and Mooncandle Ring of the Huntsman (agility proc gold class ring).
For the cloak, either Reclaimed Battlefield Cloak or Sereggol.
Pocket is always the gold hunter class piece.
Virtues: Determination, Tolerance, Fidelity, Valour, and Zeal, all 16.
Class traits: 5b/1r/1y, since heightened senses is pretty much a requirement.
On the subject of consumables, I typically go with light oils just to make things frustrating for creeps. The fire oil bleed seems to get worse and worse with each update. Bow-chants are always breachfinder, period, in both PvE and PvMP, the others are just awful.
Altogether, it's possible to reach 40% mits, both physical and tactical, with the mit/vit-heavy gear I've mentioned, and 2600 agi/1100 vit with the DPS-heavy gear mentioned. Close to the same agi/vit with mits on, but you'll lose a lot of phys mastery.
Frankly, I think it's all personal preference in the Moors though. Some hunters solo, some hunters are raid babies. If you have healing all the time, forget about mits or vit, just get aud and wear all DPS gear. If you hug a raid you shouldn't need much survival anyways, just use them for cover.
Last edited by Kajil; Apr 29 2013 at 05:55 PM.
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