Enigmaticclarity wrote:In Mists of Pandaria content (excluding pets added to old world content during the introduction of pet battles, which would include pets like Minfernal or Crawling Claw), I'd say the hardest pets to get (at least until dupers put them on the AH) were the Viscous Horror and Spineclaw Crab. All of the Throne of Thunder and Siege of Orgrimmar raid pets are fairly difficult to get as well, although they dropped for non-pet collectors enough to be readily available on the auction house.
What are the rarest pets that are the hardest to get for pet collectors in Warlords of Draenor content? I don't have a great feel for them yet, but I'm trying hard to get that feel to know which ones to particularly be on the lookout for.
Graven wrote:I think Servant of Demidos might be one of the more difficult ones to get too. I saw you needed a group to kill the mob and it only has a small chance to drop the pet, and I saw one on the AH for 15k when I had only previously seen them at 25-40k, so I bought it. Don't know if I got a good price, but it's another one off the list for me.
Enigmaticclarity wrote:Is there any reason for either the Eye of Observation or Servant of Demidos to be more or less available than the other? Looks like they both have roughly the same drop rate and that they drop from bosses that only show up during a rotating daily, so my first guess is they'd both be available in roughly equal amounts.
Rendigar wrote:I think you have to quantify 'hard' for me to provide a real opinion, but operating under the assumption you have access to all crafting skills (I always have alts maxed in everything), and you will be playing in the content anyway, then the fishing pets are the "hardest" in terms of the sheer hours needed to catch the 100 lunkers to buy them both (when the 2nd is added in).
Even catching 1 lunker every 100 casts (assuming 12 seconds per on average), you are talking about 16 hours and 40 minutes at a minimum. I have heard of people going 300 casts between lunkers, so this could be much, much worse.
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