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Expertise:?!? on BM hunter yes or no ?

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Hi i would like to ask do i need to cap my Expertise on my BM hunter... i have been looking around the internet and most sites say yes but i try using "Reforgelite" addon and it keeps ripping all my Expertise off my gear i am playing just now as close to the cap as i can but really don't know if a should be ?

if yes could someone help me out with the number i would need for a dwarf hunter (with 1% Expertise buff)

thanks for reading any help much appreciated

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Is this true for PVP BM Hunters? Ask Mr Robot says I don't need Exp for PVP, yet most other forums/sites around suggest at least 3% expertise for PVP.

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Is this true for PVP BM Hunters? Ask Mr Robot says I don't need Exp for PVP, yet most other forums/sites around suggest at least 3% expertise for PVP.

You do need at least 3%, yes. Mr. Robot seems to say as much on their PvP priority, as far as I can tell. :)

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I'll look into it. Thanks :)

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