Beast Mastery Hunter Gear, Tier Sets & BiS – Legion 7.3.5
[Last updated 2018/02/20，12:59]
This section of the Beast Mastery Hunter guide covers everything you need to find the best Beast Mastery Hunter gear, including tier sets, trinkets, and legendaries. This guide is written by
Eyes of the Beast
Hunting Party Podcast
. Updated for the latest patch.
Rotation & Abilities
Beast Mastery Legendaries
: Every time you cast Dire Beast or Dire Frenzy, all of your pets deal 5% extra damage for 8 sec. This differs from the Apex ring in that it applies the 5% to all your pets (and A Murder of Crows). Prior to 7.2.5 this was the best-in-slot legendary, now it's still strong but is no longer a game changer like it used to be.
: This belt reduces the Focus cost of all your abilities by 15% during
. The main benefit of this item in single target is being able to fit in a couple of extra Kill Commands or Cobra Shots in each Bestial Wrath. To fully take advantage of this bonus, you should go into Bestial Wrath with full Focus. In multi-target situations, the belt is also valuable, allowing you to cast more Multi-Shots. This legendary tends to be good in every build and has the advantage of not taking up a tier set slot.
: Every time you cast
, the remaining cooldown on
is reduced by 3 seconds. The
talent pairs very well with these boots and is highly recommended over Killer Cobra.
: These bracers reduce the cooldowns of
by 35%. Strong when paired with
and the Tier 21 4-piece bonus.
: This ring essentially unlocks the old Adaptation talent from Warlords of Draenor. Your pet gains all of the passive abilities from Ferocity, Cunning, and Tenacity specs and gets a 5% damage boost. This means you can enjoy the benefits of Ferocity's damage with Tenacity's survivability and Cunning's speed, plus the 5% extra pet damage. When using the
talent with this ring, your pet will also gain all 3 of its effects at the same time!
: This helm essentially turns
into a healing cooldown, which is quite powerful. That's a 20% heal every 30 seconds, plus additional healing if you stay feigned. It has a higher stat budget than normal to make up for its healing bonus.
: These legs give you a constant heal over time as long as you stand still. It's sort of like the old version of Spirit Bond, only with the stand still requirement. Highly recommended for things that are difficult to solo like previous-expansion Mythic raids or even the
Mage Tower challenge
: The raw stats of this item make it quite valuable. The damage absorb shield gives you tons of extra survivability and it prevents you from being dazed off your mount in the world. Since it doesn't take up a tier slot, it can often be one of the better legendaries to use due to its stats and the damage shield.
: This ring has perfect stats for the Stomp build. It is strong even without activating the haste proc regularly, but taking advantage of that proc makes it one of the best legendaries available. Don't dismiss this one. Chances are it will be one of your best unless you already have very nice rings to replace it.
: A trinket that has a ton of stats and an on-use ability that deals AoE damage at your target. The main power here is the raw stats, but the on-use ability is very strong with multiple targets. It's pretty much the bis trinket, but there is usually better options out there if you already have decent trinkets.
: These leatherworking crafted gloves won't be winning any DPS titles, but the 3 sockets make them a pretty solid option if you don't have 2 legendaries yet. The bonus on these gloves is also useful for world content, and it's quite fun being able to instantly fly around without having to mount up every time.
: A chest piece with great stats that increases your damage done by 1% when you Cobra Shot, stacking up to 4%. Because of its stat budget (being a chest piece) and the 4% damage increase, this is one of the better single target legendaries. The downside to this item is it takes up a tier set slot and reduces your gearing options.
: This ring has a small stat budget, but makes up for it by granting you the
talent, meaning you can use two talents from that row (so either
in addition to Bestial Fury). Usually you'll want that other talent to be One with the Pack.
: This ring is not a random drop, but a reward from
quest. It's a decent legendary but its value will depend on the quality of your Netherlight Crucible shadow/light traits since that is what it buffs. It could potentially be one of your best options depending on those traits, but with all the possible combinations all I can do is recommend simming it.
What are the best legendaries?
Unlike some classes, Beast Mastery does not have a strict list of best-in-slot legendaries. Beast Mastery requires simming to determine your personal best legendaries, and getting a new piece of gear in one of those slots always has the potential to change your best legendaries. The legendaries that don't take up tier set slots tend to be the best simply because they give you freedom for completing multiple set bonuses. I recommend simming your various legendary combos to see what's BiS for you.
is very helpful for this.
The below lists are some of the most popular combinations, but may not necessarily be best for you.
Combos to try with Stomp Build:
(only use boots with Aspect of the Beast)
Combos to try with Dire Frenzy Build:
(using 4-piece tier 21)
(using 4-piece tier 21)
(use One with the Pack talent when using Soul of the Huntmaster)
Recommended BM Hunter Gear
The following list of recommended gear is not the same thing as a traditional best-in-slot list. In Legion, there is really no such thing as a best-in-slot list because of the random nature of warforging, titanforging, and sockets. These lists represent Beast Mastery Hunter gear to be on the lookout for, and to help you decide what bosses would be best to spend your bonus rolls on.
To help determine whether or not a specific piece of gear is an upgrade or not, it helps to generate your own
. However, stat weights are not always accurate (especially when they only indicate small upgrades). You need to sim new gear to be 100% sure.
Trash Drop/Auction House
(usually best at ilevel 1000)
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(Dire Frenzy build)
(Dire Frenzy build)
(Tier 21) Bonuses
Our tier 21 bonuses are relatively weak compared to previous bonuses,
but the recent hotfix on February 6, 2018 has made it a little more competitive
. With the right gear, the tier 21 4-piece bonus can perform decently, especially when combined with
while using the Dire Frenzy build (see
section). Using the Stomp build is also fine.
Hunter T21 2-piece Bonus
- Kill Command damage increased by 10%.
This bonus provides a small bonus to single target damage (approximately 3%) but it's worth going for because of the easy investment in only 2 pieces.
In order to fully take advantage of this bonus you're going to need to use the
talent, but you can still get some mileage with
if you use
Hunter T21 4-piece Bonus
- When you use Kill Command, the cooldown of
is reduced by 3.0 sec.
You will need significant ilevel upgrades over T20 to make this worth it. It varies depending on gear, but all of your T21 pieces should be a minimum of 15 ilevels higher than your T20 to warrant the switch.
This bonus provides about a 3% DPS gain, give or take. Its value fluctuates based on fight length and other factors.
On a short dungeon fight this provides zero effective benefit since you'll never reduce the cooldown enough to get an extra Aspect of the Wild cast, but over the course of an entire Mythic dungeon or a long boss fight you will get more opportunities to use Aspect of the Wild.
Can be stacked with
while using Dire Frenzy for an interesting build where your Aspect of the Wild uptime will be very close to your Bestial Wrath uptime, but it won't necessarily be your best. You will need to sim to be sure.
The real stars of the show are the new pantheon trinkets that drop from the final boss, Argus:
. The catch is you can only use one of them at a time.
drops at ilevel 1000 and does not count towards your 2 legendary limit, and its drop chance is exceedingly rare.
starts at ilevel 940 but it can be upgraded by 5 ilevels every week via
, which will bring it all the way up to ilevel 1000. At 1000 ilevel,
is usually the best option of the two trinkets for Beast Mastery, but they'll be close. These only drop from Normal mode or higher.
The other trinkets from Antorus are mostly AoE focused, except for one.
Antorus Trinkets in detail
The assumption is that you will be wearing a Pantheon trinket in one slot all the time, which leaves one slot open for another trinket. There's at least one good option in Antorus, plus a few AoE trinkets which can be situationally useful.
-- You need to win the lottery to get this jumbo "arcanocrystal" which does not count towards your 2 legendary limit. You may be surprised to find out that an ilevel 1000
is usually better for Beast Mastery. The proc isn't a DPS increase but it is very useful by by increasing your speed, reducing damage taken, and giving self healing. The special Pantheon proc increases your Agility by 6700 for 15 sec, and this proc also acts as a wildcard, which could lead to more pantheon proc uptime for your whole raid.
-- At ilevel 1000, this will usually be the best pantheon trinket for Beast Mastery. The Ravaging Storm proc splits the damage evenly among all targets, so whether you have 1 target or 10 targets the tornado it spawns will deal the same total damage. The special Pantheon proc causes your Auto Shots to deal extra AoE damage for 15 sec (and this AoE damage is quite good).
-- This is the single target trinket of choice from Antorus (to go in your non-Pantheon slot). As long as this trinket is at least 10-15 ilevels above the better Tomb of Sargeras trinkets (Cradle of Anguish or Engine of Eradication), it is a safe upgrade over them. This trinket is unique in that it doesn't have any passive stats, but two procs instead. One is Agility and the other is Critical Strike. Both procs have a high uptime (about 50%), and it is pretty reliable.
Keep in mind that in pure single target these AoE trinkets do not perform very well. However, in Mythic+ or AoE fights these are definitely good options. I've listed pros and cons of each trinket to help you understand each one. All 3 are relatively competitive with each other for their intended purpose (AoE damage).
tends to be the most popular choice for Mythic+ because of its burst damage and control.
-- This trinket has a chance (4 PPM) to launch a homing rocket at your target. The rocket hits anything within 20 yards of the target, but targets farther away take less damage -- at the impact point targets will take 100% damage, and at 20 yards it scales down linearly to 50% damage. It can only proc if you are more than 10 yards from your target.
Does excellent AoE damage, especially if the targets are clumped up on top of each other. Passable for single target, which means you could keep it equipped for a whole Mythic+ dungeon if you wanted.
Won't proc if you are within 10 yards of your target, so don't bother using on bosses or trash where you need to stack up. Also, while this one does sim the best (in AoE) of these 3 trinkets, the sims assume your targets are stacked on top of each other and that you aren't lining up the other trinkets perfectly with Bestial Wrath, so it's not entirely accurate. It has been known to accidentally pull additional trash packs because of its large 20 yard explosion radius.
-- This AoE trinket causes your attacks to have a high chance (7 PPM) to spawn mines near your target. After 15 sec, these mines explode within 12 yards. When this trinket is manually activated, it will explode all active mines on a 30 second cooldown. The best time to use this trigger is near the end of your Bestial Wrath, this way you'll maximize the number of mines that get buffed. This trinket is just plain fun to use and it should do pretty well in a Mythic+ environment or any raid fight with lots of AoE potential.
On-use ability gives the control to detonate most of the mines during Bestial Wrath. No range restrictions.
They take 15 seconds to explode without using the on-use ability, so there is potential for mines to remain unexploded before an enemy dies or moves out of range.
-- Using this trinket summons a miniature Legion ship above your character which bombards the area around your current target. It fires a total of 6 shots over 9 seconds and they hit anything within 12 yards. The shots also hit the ship, which means if you use this in close range the ship will destroy itself after about 3 of the 6 shots. This is best to use during Bestial Wrath.
On-use trinket, so it allows you to stack it with Bestial Wrath for the best effect. Tremendous burst damage on a large pack.
If you activate this within 12 yards of your target, it will only deal 50% of its total damage because the ship will destroy itself with splash damage. There is potential for targets to move out of the bombardment since it targets the ground and takes 9 seconds to deal its full damage.
Other Noteworthy Trinkets
from Nighthold or Relinquished tokens -- This trinket can still find use (even at a lower ilevel) when combined with
and the tier 21 4-piece bonus. Using all 3 sources of cooldown reduction results in a Aspect of the Wild uptime that will be nearly as high as your Bestial Wrath uptime.
-- Drops from world boss
or obtained from the relinquished vendor. If you are lucky enough to get this at 910+ ilevel, there's a good chance you will be using it until Battle for Azeroth releases. Essentially the best trinket outside of the ones that drop from Argus.
from Tomb of Sargeras -- This is basically a haste stat stick with extra agility. If you can ensure that you'll remain above 50% health for the majority of a boss fight, it's going to be quite strong. However, if the fight has mechanics that frequently dip your health below 50% this trinket loses lots of its value. A 930+ Cradle will not be easily replaced.
from Tomb of Sargeras -- If you can collect all of the orbs this trinket spawns, it will remain valuable into Antorus assuming you have it in a higher item level.
in Emerald Nightmare -- If you can score one of these from the relinquished token vendor, it is a very nice trinket to have. On a ilevel-for-ilevel basis, it remains one of the best BM trinkets.
from The Arcway -- One of the better dungeon trinkets available, so if you obtain a high ilevel one from your weekly mythic cache it could be a viable option.
Stack Sticks -- These come under a variety of different names, but they're essentially a bunch of agility along with a random secondary stat. If you don't have luck getting any good raid trinkets, this is your fall back. It's not hard to get decent ones from the relinquished vendor on Argus.
Finding Gear on Wowhead
From simple recommendations to advanced filters, Wowhead can help you find the gear you want.
is a great way to search for gear if you are new to Wowhead's filtering system.
Choose what item category, gear slot, and class specialization you're interested in, and it will return results for you. You can further narrow it down by source--including gear from LFR and heroic dungeons.
You can find the Item Finder via Tools > Item Finder or Database > Items > Item Finder.
returns personalized gear suggestions for you and shows which content has the most upgrades.
Simply load up the
with you preferred character and it will list gear recommendations in a 20 ilvl range for you. It will also list how many gear upgrades each boss has so you can plan out bonus rolls. Finally, the character planner will perform an audit and let you know if you have any missing enchants, glyphs, or gems.
If you have a character in our
which is great for tracking vanity collections and viewing your character in our 3D modelviewer, you can click on the "Planner" button in the header to access the tool. If you don't, you can just enter your information in at Tools > Character Planner.
Wowhead utilizes a powerful system of item filters to narrow down the gear you need.
, you can enter in some basic options at the top--the name of the item, its item level, the level the players needs to be. The "Usable by" dropdowns cover factions, class, and role.
The dropdown menu right above "Stat Weights" opens to display a variety of advanced options. These cover the following:
General item info such as Added in Expansion/Patch, BoE/BoP, Unique-Equipped, Class-Specific.
Stats: All primary stats, secondary stats, defensive stats, and weapon stats.
Source: All in-game sources, ranging from raid difficulties to the Black Market Auction House to sold by a vendor.
Miscellaneous: Many of these filters are not relevant to equippable gear such as Crafting Reagents and Toys, but you can filter for items that are currently obtainable.
Once you've selected a filter from the menu, click on Apply filter for search results. You can repeat the process to filter for multiple criteria at once--for example, Agility gear that is found in Mythic Foundry.
Over on the right-hand side of the page, you can select a particular Gear Slot or Quality to narrow results even further.
Finally, you can quickly view a subset of items at once using the Database Menus. Head to Database > Items and mouseover the Weapon and Armor options for quick links to gear arranged by armor type and slot.
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