Heh, levelled my Rusty Snail to 25 last night, but the Whelk's another one I should do since he's 21 already.Yamum wrote:Rendigar wrote:I don't have a 25 snail, oddly enough
Don't forget the Rapana Whelk.
Nytemarerulez wrote:put the guide in the wrong spot - should stayed under community guides and instead you moved it to pet battle
Yamum wrote:Flowing Pandaren Spirit
1: Skywisp Moth [H/S] (2,1,1)
3: Spawn of G'nathus [-] (1,1,2)
Yamum wrote:I'm loving the Skywisp Moth as an Aquatic nuker!
Stencil wrote:Maybe in your testing you can see if they fixed it and if the double damage part is useful now. If so, then I might reconsider the G'nathus, but otherwise I think I'd rather stick with the Pandaren Water Spirit as the last pet, murdering his kin.
Rendigar wrote:Actually you should try (if you have it) the Tiny White Carp instead, as it has the same abilities as the water spirit, does not suffer the 50% increased damage from aquatic attacks, and actually has a higher power (barely) than the water spirit. When I update the guide again (this weekend) I'll be making it the top team for this fight (with the water spirit as an alternate alongside the spawn of onyxia).
Stencil wrote:Dives can miss but Whirlpool never does; I like having that guaranteed big chunk of damage to speed the fight to conclusion. I'm not worried about the extra damage taken because I think all he'll ever eat are a few Tidal Waves. That's especially true now that Tiptoe is Aquatic and I've got a P/P Wildhammer Gryphon Hatchling; Peck is 100% hit chance and not reliant on a speed advantage for its damage like an Alpha Strike or Quills (or the Thrash my Imperial Eagle Chick used in 5.3), so I don't expect to ever have to use the closer against Tiptoe.
Stencil wrote:A P/P Wildhammer Gryphon Hatchling only need 3 Pecks to kill Marley; that means Marley dies before they can cast a second Whirlpool, and without doing any damage to the bird, even if Lift-Off misses.
Stencil wrote:Chi-Chi only needs 3 Alpha Strikes to do the same thing and can use Ethereal to dodge Marley's turn 3 damage.
Stencil wrote:The advantage is that both will do it smoothly and consistently. No need to ever forfeit, no random pet swaps from a moth dust stun, etc.
Stencil wrote:With Swallow You Whole I was only getting double damage if the target was already below 25% when attacked - which was totally worthless.
Stencil wrote:I think I'd rather stick with the Pandaren Water Spirit as the last pet
Stencil wrote:I've been trying him out lately as possible replacement for the yellow moth for the end of Hyruna.
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