Too often, we are mistaken for druidic types. perhaps that's true for some shaman, but do not let yourself be plagued by the ignorant belief that we are always peaceful.
Nothing about what I do is harmonious. I command the elements to my will. There is nothing offered in return. I would have it no other way.
Never assume an ogre's stupid, that's when they'll get you.
And the tournament is the worst, one miss and you wasted 30 mins of your life.Precisely the reason I don't bother trying to win the tournament again. I'm having a lot more fun beating each individual tamer with the same team than I would be if I was being forced to lvl up 3 pandaren water spirits and zandalari raptors just to reduce the stupid amount of luck required for winning.Battle pet is pretty much: if you dont have the fotm pets, you are going to have a bad time against everything
I've beaten every tamer with the team I started with (worg pup/mech chicken/sprite darter) and I'm currently working on the tournament tamers too (6 down, 3 to go). Not recommended ofc if you're just playing for efficiency, as it takes deep strategy and plenty of luck too. I do it for fun and challengeAside from the Celestial Tournament you can pretty much beat every NPC Trainer given you have 3 pets that counter the enemy pets.
Most people who have issues against Trainer before the Tournament simply don't have Pets from every Race up to 25 or lack the stones to upgrade them to rare
(I used howl/wind-up but any burst mech ability coupled with a dmg buff on you or dmg debuff on the monkey will do)
Last edited by Clerigon; 2013-10-13 at 02:49 PM.
I enjoy pet battles quite a bit.
The randomness does suck, but what i'm refering to is when you use an ability like Lift Off for example that has a 80% chance to hit and it misses, that can screw you over a lot of the time. Burrow is the same way. Because pets have such small health pools and abilities hit so hard relative to the size of the health pool, a missed attack can be devastating to your chances at winning.
What you described sounds like the enemy pet was just faster than yours, unless both pets have the exact same speed, in which case who goes first is determined at random. But that is pretty rare to have both pets the same speed.
I like ponies and I really don't care what you have to say about that.