they spawn both inside the Caverns (underground) and in the desert around the enterrance, in the area the flying bronze drakes circle above.
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Jan 30, 2013Posted in: Lil' Tarecgosa
Pretty powerful pet, especially early on. Her Surge of Power has a potential to one-shoot most flying pets, even the trainers' ones, and heavilly dent others. It's best udes as a finisher, though, as it'll make you unable to act for 2 following turns.
Jan 30, 2013Posted in: Aqua Strider
Nalash is a pretty straightfirward encounter. Eat his waterbolts, interrupt his torrent and dance to the raindance. If you pull him into the water the raindance won't hit you at all, though, making the encounter even simplier.
The respawn timer seems to be around 90 minutes, and drop rate around 10%.
Jan 30, 2013Posted in: Cogblade Raptor
They seem to be the highest lvl mechanical pets out there in the wild, so you may want to come here if you're hoping to farm for a mechanical stone. On the other hand, Winterspring may be a better choice, with athe abundance of mechanical critters there just a few levels lower.
Jan 30, 2013Posted in: Tranquil Mechanical Yeti
Since it's a battle pet now, we have to believe someone finally found the "disable tranquill mode" button.
A very good levelling pet, strong both against critters and beasts, which are the most common types you'll encounter. Needs a stone, though.
Jan 30, 2013Posted in: Mechanical Pandaren Dragonling
This baby is the ultimate anti-magic pet. As mechanical he takes less damage from magic, and deals increased damage to magicals with his dragon attack.
It's uncommon quality by default, but he really deserves getting "stoned".
Jan 30, 2013Posted in: Clockwork Gnome
A great pet, with high speed and neat attack power. His main strenght and weakness are his turrets - he's dependant on a multihit damage object-source, which makes it use his rocket attack (not nearly as effective) against anything that can use a shield of any kind.
Also turrets + spiked skin = complete and utter dissaster. For your sanity's sake do not use them against any porcupine, pufferfish or such...
Jan 30, 2013Posted in: Clock'em
This pet becomes available for purchase after you reach rank 4 in the Brawlers Guild.
As a mechanical with humanoid moves, he's best used against dragonkins with magical attacks, like lil Tarecgosa, Celestial Dragon, Sprite Darter etc.
Or just any dragonkin. Have you seen those gloves? Those are the gloves that punched Deathwing in da face!
Jan 30, 2013Posted in: Anodized Robo Cub
Those pets spawn a little bit away from the town, on the hills and mountainslopes just outside the mechanical critters spawning area, so when looking for one make sure to make big circles.
Camping the town is a common mistake, one I've been guilty of myself. You most probably won't even see them from the town!
Jan 30, 2013Posted in: Emerald Proto-Whelp
For this skillset, the p/p breed is the best - most damage and insane heals.
If you are not lucky enough to get a p/p rare quickly, consider using a stone on any p/p you can lay your hands on. It's really worth it!
Jan 30, 2013Posted in: Proto-Drake Whelp
Even though it's only uncommon by default, it's a very useful battle pet. His high power (p/b breed) make both his attacks and heals bring big numbers onto the screen.
I have found him especially useful in the Whispering Pandaren Spirit fight, where he goes through the moth (critter with flying moves) like a knife through butter, end then he just keeps kicking.
A stone used on this one definitely won't be a waste!
Jan 30, 2013Posted in: Spirit Crab
Quite an interesting pet - undead with abilities commonly found among aquatics (crabs). It's also one of the few undead that don't really have to be afraid of critters.
As it's an undead, you can forget about it's speed and go for as much power as you can get. The baseline skillset I'd reccomend is:
1. Snap - a baseline attack, very effective against critters
2. Whirlpool - a hard-hitter every few rounds
3. Shell shield - negating DoTs and multi-hit attacks, the main source of critter-type damage
Jan 30, 2013Posted in: Snow Cub
A p/p rare version of this pet is a great asset for a levelling team, and not terribly hard to get, since the cubs are litteraly all over the place. The only better cat is the cornish rex, but you'll need a stone to turn him into a rare.
Jan 30, 2013Posted in: Cornish Rex Cat
This pet has the highest power of all cats, and with power complementing the cat skillset the best, it's really worth using a stone on him and leveling him up. He'll be a great help while power-levelling other pets in Pandaria.
Jan 29, 2013Posted in: Whispering Pandaren Spirit
His pets use various DoTs and multi-hit attacks, so Anubisath Idol's Sandstorm will be a really useful here.
Also, all his pets deal flying type damage, so dragons will have an advantage here, particullary those with different attack types and a healing skill - like Celstial Dragon, both protos, Emerald Whelpling, etc.
Not a parrticullary hard fight, especially comparing to his Thundering brither :P
Jan 29, 2013Posted in: Wanderer's Festival Hatchling
Note that the hatchlings (a set number) will spawn ONLY ONCE on each ceremony.
Making a /tar macro, binding it somewhere close to /interract-with button and spamming the two as soon as either ceremony begins may make the difference between snapping this little cutie and having to come back week after week.
Jan 29, 2013Posted in: Aki the Chosen
Looking for a pet that can SOLO Aki? Here it is!
Use his basic skillset for this fight, no need to change anything.
1. dragon: open with Sandstorm, which will overwrite the dragon's thunderstorm, then use Reflect to get the attack buff (you get it even if your reflected attack misses). Then Crush to your hearth content untill there's nothing to crush anymore.
2. grasshopper: just keep the sandstorm up and crush, crush, crush. You'll be taking no damage, getting healed with humnoid racial, and generally dish out more damage than the poor bug can heal. It may take a while, but it's a sure win.
3. otter: start with a crush, which won't land anyway, as the beastie will dive. Reflect it back on 2nd turn, then use Sandstorm of CD, reflect the dives, and Crush when the Sandstorm is on CD.
If you have a pet you want to level, you can safely switch it in during the grasshopper fight, as the Sandstorm completely negates all damage that the bug could deal anyway.
Jan 29, 2013Posted in: Purple Puffer
Aside from a great power (it's a p/p breed pet) this pet is also extremelly useful against pets with multi-hit attacks. Siply take Spiked Skin instead of the heal in 2nd slot and sit back. Come kill yourself, mister mechanognome >D
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