Be sure to check out this month's feature on Peddlefeet
!How Do You Use Your Peddlefeet?
Unfortunately for all you lovebirds out there, Peddlefeet
is not the strongest battler. We all have our favorites which are maybe not the best fighters, which is part of why people have embraced the #BuffPeddlefeet trend
. However, that means this pet isn’t terribly popular in the PVP meta, and only has limited utility in PVE as well.
He’s a decent choice when you’re up against Dragonkin. The thing is, in the existing PVE trainer battles, there aren’t a lot of opportunities for him to shine. He doesn’t pack enough punch to do much against Yu’la and even with his Love Potion
healing, he can’t sustain terribly well against Wrathion’s dragons and that’s about it for notable battles with Dragonkin. If there were others, especially ones that did well with stuns, he may have a better shot.
In the spirit of #BuffPeddlefeet, I’d suggest using him as a filler pet in less difficult fights if he’s your tiny flying goblin best bud. As long as your opponent doesn’t use Undead damage and isn’t a Beast, he should do just fine.
Peddlefeet only comes in a Speed breed, which does bump up his utility a bit in the face of all those great stuns he packs. However, it does make the speed aspect of Love Potion a bit less clutch. This is a good thing for Peddlefeet enthusiasts, as this means you can use the spare Love Tokens you’d normally use to try drawing a better breed, to stock up on Peddlefeet Buffing Creme
Do you have a better use for Peddlefeet? Do you have a different favorite less popular pet? Let’s talk!
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