Mystik_sok wrote:I used to only have 1 of each pet as I don't care about skins and I only care about breed if I'm going to actually use the pet for battling. With the addition of the Celestial tournament I feel that this model is probably going to be used a lot going forward because it lets Blizzard increase the difficulty/Challenge of pet battles without increasing pet levels and the number of actvie abilities. Personally I'd love to see it being a lot more random and not so repetitive.
So with this feeling I went out and picked up duplicates of the most useful pets. Several Dragonkin for instance, 3 Unborn Valkyr's, 3 Kun-Lai Runts and I want to get another Son of Animus if I can get it without to much gold.
Peanutty wrote:I admit the Celestial Tournament almost made me cave and get doubles of some pets (to the point that someone gave me a second Pandaren Water Spirit to use) but in the end I stuck with singles. As silly as it sounds that's part of the challenge for me, plus I just have to have my pet journal as clean and minimal as possible.
Mwebly had some good advice and my approach was definitely number 1 on that list. I love taming wild pets as rares and will go out of my way to do so, even with a mountain of available stones, but now that I have a full collection breed is starting to matter. And when it comes to finding a specific breed then I'll settle for stoning to make sure I get the stats I want.
Azrile wrote:It is just wrong to think that some pets are that useful that you need two of them. When the tournament first started, the water spirit was one of my pets still at lvl 6. I read so many accounts of how useful it was for the final 4 fights that I was going to powerlevel it.
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