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the Beast Tamer
Attributes DPS Armor Types Cloth, Leather, Mail
Weapon Types Bows, Crossbows, Fist, Swords (2h), Axes (2h), Spears, Daggers, Staves, Thrown,
Races Dwarf, Night Elf, Orc, Tauren, Troll
Health 26 Strength 0
Mana 63 Agility +3*
Stamina +1
Intellect 0*
Spirit +1
* - Denotes any major statistic.

These hunter quests are either specific to hunters, or offer rewards especially beneficial to hunters.

Level 10

The Taming the Beast quests introduce the hunter to using a pet. Each race has its own set of three quests. Each quest requires the hunter to tame a specific type of beast using a Taming Rod or totem. It is recommended to clear the area a little to avoid drawing aggro, and to turn off Aspect of the Monkey as dodging can cause failure. Concluding with a fourth simple quest, this chain rewards the hunter with the Tame Beast ability and other abilities to manage their pet. coucou , tranquille les gars ?

Levels 16 & 17

The two quests [16] A Hunter's Boast and [17] A Hunter's Challenge, both available from Daryl the Youngling at the Farstrider Lodge in Loch Modan. These are fairly simple to accomplish and both give a decent ranged and melee weapon, respectively. These are not restricted to hunters but are available only to Alliance characters.

Level 18

Although not restricted to hunters, The Night Watch questline (Alliance only) offers either [Bandolier of the Night Watch] or [Quiver of the Night Watch] as a reward. Both offer an 11% speed increase and 12 slots. They are 1% faster and with 2 more slots than other quivers or ammo pouches until level 30.
Note: Prior to Patch 3.1.0, ammo pouches and quivers granted a haste effect, increasing the rate of fire, of 10 to 15 percent (depending on level). This was removed in Patch 3.1.0, replaced with hunters receiving a 15% boost to Auto Shot speed. The advantage of these ammo bags is thus reduced to the two additional slots.

Level 22

Although not restricted to hunters, the questline, Ormer's Revenge gives a fine bow, [Raptor's End], as a reward.

Level 28

Although not restricted to hunters, the horde quest, Dangerous! offers [Bow of Plunder]

Level 35-45

Not restricted to hunters, but the Hemet Nesingwary Jr. Quests in Stranglethorn Vale are perfectly suited and final reward is a gun or bow.

Level 50

Quest for a choice of one of three items, each item benefiting a specific skill tree. Starts at most Hunter Trainer, but not all of them. For example, the Horde hunter trainer in Stonard does not offer the quest. Quest line is as follows:

Level 51

Although not restricted to hunters, a win in Alterac Valley gives a blue polearm [Ice Barbed Spear] with excellent hunter stats. The quest The Battle of Alterac is obtained at the Alterac Valley entrance north of Southshore.

Also not restricted to hunters, the quest, Corruption of Earth and Seed, gives a blue bow [Verdant Keeper's Aim].

Level 52

Although not restricted to hunters, the High Chief Winterfall quest gives a mail chest reward [Willow Band Hauberk].

Also not restricted to hunters, the followup quest, Words of the High Chief, gives a blue trinket [Strength of the High Chief] that adds +50 attack power.

Level 54

[The Greatest Race of Hunters] is a book that drops off Dire Maul bosses but can also be bought from the Auction House. Return the book to get a blue hunter trinket, [Royal Seal of Eldre'Thalas], which adds +48 ranged attack power and +10 Fire Resistance.

Level 57

Although not restricted to hunters, the quest, Wildkin of Elune offers [Thornflinger]

Level 60

Epic quest for [Lok'delar, Stave of the Ancient Keepers], [Rhok'delar, Longbow of the Ancient Keepers] and [Ancient Sinew Wrapped Lamina]. Starts after defeating Majordomo Executus in Molten Core in the chest that spawns after he surrenders. The [Ancient Petrified Leaf] has a 50% drop chance.

There are a series of quests to get epic hunter armor sets. They are seldom done anymore because Outland items are superior and easier to obtain.