Gabrizar wrote:What we would suggest as a team totally depend on what you need the team for. Is it for leveling up to 25, powerlevel pet by defeating wild pets, tamers (if so where, first ones, bc, wraith, cata or pandaria) or is it for pvp?
Even then we would most likely recommend different pets. But it really depend on what you plan to do. And ofcourse what you like and the tactics you end up using.
As a side note. Back before pet battles went live, I had already planned most of my team or some teams or key players on the teams. I was so wrong and clueless...
Hardly any of the pets I WANTED to use, because I loved and adored them are on any of my teams, be that for tamers or wild pets.
Shikon01 wrote:Looks like you picked some good self heal pets which is helpful when leveling pets. The hardest part is getting those first 3 pets to 25 and you do want to be able to power level those as quickly as possible. For most starting out most new folks went w/ durable but really good " cheap " pets like moth, rabbit and frog because a little variety helps your pets survive when you are battling pets in the wild. I liked your whelpings and chromius has nice heal and decent hit as well. Idols are pretty cheap now as well and he hits like a tank. I usually go w/ one heavy hitter, one flyer w/ heals and one undead so that you have a little variety when you start out Good luck to you
Kpb321 wrote:If you just want to get your first pets to 25 quickly do the following.
Go to Deadwind pass and capture a couple eye's. They should be level 17ish and are solo so you can capture them with much lower level pets. They are weak against mechanical's so you can even use level 5 or so mechanical pets. Once you've got 3 green/blue eyes go to Dragonblight and capture some dragonbone hatchlings. Your eye's magical attacks are strong against them which helps make up for the level difference. Their is a guy at Wyrmrest to heal your pets if needed. You can try to find fights with mainly flyers to make life easier. Once you've done that go to the vale of eternal Blossoms and take two hatchlings and 1 eye and fight the aquatic pets there. You'll get all aquatics with an occasional flyer. You can either level those three to 25 or capture a good pet in there that is level 23 and start working it up. Either way you save a lot of leveling time by capturing things well above your level.
Once you've done that you should be able to more easily power level up additional pets to be able to start doing the tamers to really start leveling your other pets. Can't claim this as my idea but I can't find a link to the blizzard forum post I originally saw it on off hand.
If you want to do it the normal way I recommend a strong beast with a heal (good against the critters that are common). A Mech unit with a heal (good against beasts that are common) and another good pet with a heal or sandstorm. The two most common wild pets are critters and beasts so it makes sense to make your team strong against them. A flier with a heal would be nice but there really aren't a lot of options there.
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