I use a rare shadelling pet from kara, a rare maggot and a rare fire beetle. It's quite a strong team vs random pet battles, but I suck at player battles, it's just good for levelling as all 3 pets have very good healing abilities.
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Pet battles is one of my favourite new features in mop. At the start of mop I had 75 pets, I'm not on 210, it's jtoo addictive.
Originally Posted by endus
A thread about how hard it is being a white dude is not really a reasonable topic.
Originally Posted by Gabriel
You are assuming Cybran actually reads the articles he links.
I suspect he is actually some Soviet algorithm gone rogue, transmitting from some forgotten bunker, responding to keywords by googling them and adding "+bad" to the search query, and then just copy/pasting anything it comes across.
They are addicting no? I am mad at you for having Lil'Tarecgosa . My main 3 are all dragonkins, Azure Whelping, Dark Whelpling and Celestial Dragon for healing purposes...(and its flippin sweet). The only battle I have lost was against the undead tamer in Northrend near Dal. I hate him and wish him a second death.
I used Curious Wolvar(trap can be a lifesaver), and Clockwork Gnome(turret is great at hitting enemies during normally immune phases) for most of the time.
I would suggest you lvl a humanoid and mechanical and a magical or undead as there are very few capturable pets of these types atm and you'll likely have to farm them for several hours if you want a rare so its probably best to just use one of the lvl 1s you probably already have. It will be alot easier to get a rare around your lvl for critters, beasts, flying, and aquatic just from lvling pets.
And remember to switch out pets based on enemy type when fighting the trainers.
Omg. Is your pet named Spiderbro because of the story (I have no idea where I read it.) about the spider in the dudes house that he lets live, then he bites a burglers eye and dies and the guy finds the spider nest with all the cockroaches webbed that indicate the spider was doing it for him instead of for food?
I guess Spiderbro is a pretty common name, maybe. The name just rings the bell