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"We strike as one."

Specializing in beast mastery enhances your overall synergy with your pet by strengthening their beast skill, improving on their abilities and granting various boons after successfully striking a foe.

— In-game description


Beastmastery is a core specialization for the ranger that focuses on improving your pet's abilities.

Tier Trait Tango-recharge-darker.png Description
Minor Adept Pack Alpha.png Pack Alpha Your pet's attributes are improved and pet skills gain recharge reduction.
Improved attributes are power, condition damage, precision, toughness, and vitality.
Major Adept Go for the Eyes.png Go for the Eyes 12 Nearby foes are blinded by Beast abilities.
Major Adept Potent Ally.png Potent Ally 1 You and your pet each grant might to the other when critically striking a foe.
Major Adept Resounding Timbre.png Resounding Timbre Commands apply additional boons around you.
Minor Master Loud Whistle.png Loud Whistle While your health is above the threshold, your pet deals increased strike damage. Your pet swap gains recharge reduction.
Major Master Wilting Strike.png Wilting Strike Beast abilities inflict weakness on those struck.
This effect will only occur once on each target struck by an ability.
Major Master Two-Handed Training.png Two-Handed Training Greatsword and spear skills deal more damage and recharge faster. Gain fury when you disable a foe.
Major Master Natural Healing (ranger trait).png Natural Healing Your pet recovers health each interval.
Minor Grandmaster Pet's Prowess.png Pet's Prowess Your pet moves faster and deals more damage on critical hits.
Major Grandmaster Beastly Warden.png Beastly Warden 20 Beast abilities taunt nearby foes.
Major Grandmaster Zephyr's Speed (ranger).png Zephyr's Speed 15 Cast Lesser Quickening Zephyr when you swap pets.
Major Grandmaster Honed Axes.png Honed Axes You and your pet gain ferocity. Axe skills gain reduced recharge, and you gain additional ferocity while wielding an axe.
See also: List of ranger traits