A twink is a player character that is disproportionately powerful for its level, possessing potent items and high-end enchants that are generally way beyond the means of other players at that level. Twink items are acquired through rare drops, drops off of bosses in instances, as rewards from very difficult to complete quests, as gifts, or from the Auction House. Twink items on the Auction House are usually very expensive. The enchantments twinks typically have on their equipment can be performed only by higher level characters at the top of the enchanting profession and are usually very expensive. Therefore, twinking usually requires significant assistance from high-level alts, friends, and / or guild members. However, there are examples of self-made twinks that generate the necessary gold from Auction House trading or other in-game methods. Twinks are mainly used in PVP fighting or in Battlegrounds. WoW Wiki
After all the careful planning and luck needed for level 29 this next level of PvP twinking is straightforward—camp the Auction House and run Razorfen Downs with a high-level friend. You could increase your chances of success by forewarning guildmates of your needs and get first dibs on random drops that they might find whilst playing their lower-level characters. Great if you can get them for free but be prepared—indeed offer first—to pay the going rate.
In some cases, I’ve only listed one option per equipment slot so if you really struggle to find this kit perform a manual search of the official Armory.
Nightscape Headband is player-crafted and very easy to obtain. Gives +12 Agility and +11 Stamina.
Fleshhide Shoulders. Get yourself into Razorfen Downs and kill Glutton for a chance at these as they are Bind on Pickup. They give +15 Stamina, +6 Agility and +5 Strength.
Nightscape Shoulders. Player-crafted shoulders that give +11 Agility and +5 Stamina.
Imperial Leather Bracers give +8 Agility and +4 Stamina.
Branded Leather Bracers give +4 Stamina and +14 Attack Power.
Gloves of Holy Might. Epix! And I has it my precioussss. +14 Critical Strike Rating, +20 Attack Power (+30 when fighting undead).
Shadowskin Gloves are player-craftable so should be easy to obtain. They boost +6 Stamina and increase Critical Strike Rating by 14.
Imperial Leather Gloves are a random drop giving +9 to both Agility and Stamina.
Bonefingers drop off Amnennar the Coldbringer, the End Boss of Razorfen Downs. +9 Stamina, +9 Intellect and 4 Mana per second recovery these gloves will help keep you shooting (hard) just that little while longer.
Still Looking!: Austin K suggests via the comments the Bonelink Cape of Agility with +28 Armor and +10 Agility. Thanks Austin!
Nightscape Tunic. More player-crafted goodness for +15 Agility and +6 Stamina.
Ogron’s Sash. Luckily this dropped for me on another character and I stuck them in the bank for another alt. +9 to Agility, Stamina and Strength.
Warden’s Waistband. +8 Agility, +6 Stamina and +4 Spirit.
Basilisk Hide Pants. A very nice +21 Agility with +8 Stamina and +4 Spirit to boot.
Trickster’s Leggings of the Monkey give +10 or 11 Agility and Stamina (random enchant).
Player-crafted Dusky Boots with +11 Agility and +3 Stamina or Imperial Leather Boots for +11 Agility and +5 Strength.
Rings, Necklaces and Trinkets
From the Warsong Outriders you’re looking to update your rings of choice—the Legionnaire’s Band and/or the Advisor’s Ring and the Scout’s Medallion each for 207 Honor Points and 20 Marks of Honor. The Defilers let us down rather at this level as our next armor items are set at level 40 and are mail. The only thing you’ll want from them is the upgraded Defiler’s Talisman for 304 Honor Points and 30 Marks of Honor.
Edit: 7 March.
Out now! Level 39 PvP Hunter Twink Weapons—Booyah!