This are lvl 25 pets i am using right now too battle pet trainers and other players (others are stil lvling):
1: Bleed and hard anti elemental nuke (needs bleed too hit almost 100%)
2: Beast stuner -- very good in pvp and stun helps a lot against humanids
3: Anti-elemental pet with hard nuke
4: Overpowered pvp pet right now (can solo some trainers)
5: Humanid-- very good against those peasky mehanicals
6: Fast pet-- critter killer
7: Fast pet that always stuns the enemy and prevents excaping (you need it too hold the enemy pet so it doesnt excape)
8: Doter pet--- humanids worst nightmare
9: Sleep can realy destroy enemy team , but sometimes wont come out at all (can be countered)
10: Anti mehanical / anti magic pet
11: Tank with heals (you can solo elite 4 wind boss with it)
12: Anti humanid
13: Filter pet (if you lack some anti-ability)
14: Pet too eat the nukes
15. Op kitty
16. Anti boss pet (avoidance + heal)
17. Anti mehanical / selhealing tank
18. Fixed pet (turrets are usles now-- they dont shut underground any more)
19. Speddy critter--- eats undead and humanids
20. Anti air magic pet
21. A pet too blow up (duh)
22. Can prevent enemy team from using heals
23. A pet too lvl other pets / or too use as a nuker
24. Anti fly pet-- resistant too other flying pet attacks
(yeah i suck at naming)
Are there any other way of leveling pets efficiently outside of playing against trainers?
So, am I lvling right? I travel around doing battles until I'm high enough to do the pet trainer in the area. I'm running Lil' Rag, Lil' XT and Lil' KT. I'm at 14 and it feels like lvling is taking FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!!
I'd prefer my orcs to stand up straight.
i currently go lil chromie (bwl), dante (a lil undead dragon), and shenlong (tarecosa)
that with the title "dragonslayer" yeah feel the irony?
Maybe someone can confirm this for me by is the nether faerie dragon + Chrominius a good combo to run with? I was looking at the nether dragons abilities and moonlight + Chrominius' arcane blast and his level 20 ability seem like a really powerful setup.
Fell in love with Magical Crawdads "Wish" and Lil' XTs super combo against beasts consisting of "Heartbroken" + "Tantrum".
Idk about pvp but I've been running with XT/Magical Crawdad/Corefire Imp and they destroy things.
Best place to power level pets is in Kunlai Summit with Lil' XT. Since there are a lot of beast packs what I did was pull out the pet I want to level, use one ability, pull them out and switch them for XT, then use "Heartbroken" + "Tantrum" and the entire team dies. Even the back line pets the majority of the time. If its all beasts it's a guaranteed win with a level 25 XT with that combo.
The most that should be alive after that combo is one, with about 200 HP left if its not a beast.
I've grinded ~20 level 25s in the last 2 or 3 days behind the stable master's house in Vale of Eternal Blossoms.
I just took out my rare Faerie Dragon and Gilnean Raven and stomped the whole trio while carrying one pet. If they get low I run to the tamer who's literally 3 second away.
My Silkbead Snail is one of my favorite pets. Completely lackluster at first glance, but I rely on him completely for the spirit tamers. My second favorite is the Robo-Cub.
The amount of players doing pet battles seems to have massively declined. My queue times went from ~5 seconds in the first week to about 2 minutes now and I end up fighting the same person every time. This makes it a bit harder to level up as you're screwed if the opponent counters the pet you want to powerlevel, but...
Basically just do whatever damage you can with two pets and make sure they both die before the fight ends, leaving you with only the pet you want to powerlevel when you win. This will essentially give you triple exp.
I like to use my Crawdad and Feline Familiar to power level my pets in Valley of Four Winds. This place is nearly all critter with a few aquatic and a Faceroll trainer, Nishi. FF has a great self heal with Devour, even though his health is pretty low. I used a Beast stone to make him rare and that sure was a good idea!
Best place to boost new pets is at the Mistfall Village inn, the Striders there usually cast Healing Rain or daze first, so you can start a new pet there right at lvl 1. If something goes wrong, there's a hozen stable master right around the corner. He's only there on days when the Mogu aren't invading the village though.
The Anubisath Idol from twin emps is very very good - it can solo the majority of Pandaren trainers (or leave the last pet very low) which makes it great for leveling up a pet in your dailies. I'm still working on the rest but would definitely recommend that one at least!