In the end, a blighthawk would be a better option. But for collection purposes this is the only Undead floating eye (other floating eyes are Magic) making it quite the unique specimen. 305 Attack means it's still valuable for fighting, but without a heal or a high powered cooldown it's usefulness is limited in a battle. Reflection is the key to getting that attack, but players are unpredictable and trainers have stats to back up even mundane abilities (though reflecting Stormlash's (Aki the Chosen's dragon) first attack will give you somewhat of an edge against him.)
For those pet battlers out there, this little guy has two inbuilt combos. One, he can use Agony, then soulward to protect himself while the enemy pet is taking damage, and with eyeblast he can slow an enemy pet so that his Soulward ability gets to go first which is very useful for facing pets that use dig or soar, making them out of reach of attacks.
This pet is redeemed from a common loot card from the WoW Trading Card game. Is it from the 2012 expansion "Timewalkers: War of the Ancients". To redeem the pet, go to the special Promotions Page and enter in the 25-digit code that is found on the front of the card (you may need to scratch off the foil coating). The website will then give you an code to use in-game at Landro Longshot in Booty Bay, who in turn will give you your pet.
Although the pet is technically BoP, you can "cage" it after it is learned to trade or sell. To do so, access your pet menu, right-click on the pet in your list and select the caging option.
This pet closely resembles the warlock spell Eye of Kilrogg. A similar wild pet, called the Arcane Eye, is glowing bluish reskin of this same model. It can be caught can be caught in Deadwind Pass near Karazhan.
This pet has bot ha unique moveset and a unique look, There are other models using this model (Arcane Eye, Darkmoon Eye), but they have different colourations.
Only comes in Power/Speed build, which is wasted points ,as at level 25 they still only have 257 speed, below the average speed of 260, On paper, not a great battle pet, although soul ward, agony and undead ability mean they'll do some damage before being vanquished
The combination of Agony and Soul Ward, along with being an Undead make this pet quite good in Pet battles. Agony has a high damage per turn and Soul ward plus the snare from Gravity (and Undead racial of rezzing) could be used to tank out a High damage dealer and wear them down from your opponent.
lvl 25: 1481/305/257 Gavity 2nd use has little to no effect on most fights (seeing that the 2nd use doesn't do damage) so a Gravity-Eyeblast-Soulward would be best for outlasting foes while doing nice dmg with the 1st spell. (eyeblast to outspeed them to make sure the ward goes before the oponents turn)
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