Deviantelf wrote:I've been carrying pets on him since prepatch just like I always have, though there's a bit more of a chance of losing because of the nerf to Thunderbolt... but I'm too lazy to find another strat. I use the top Wowhead comment strat for Jeremy Feasel, with one change that's in bold below:
Slot 1 Mechanical pandaren Dragonling: 1-2-2
Slot 2 lDarkmoon tonk 1-1-2
Slot 3 Leveling pet / Elekk Plushie
Start of with the Mechanical pandaren dragonling (I am assuming the pets you use are level 25 with the exception of the leveling pet ofcourse)
2: breath until judgement is dead
Thunderbolt on cooldown and Breath until Honky-Tonk is dead
Once your dragonling dies bring in your leveling pet and imediately switch over to your darkmoon tonk (no action from your leveling pet required)
I have always switched to the tonk when the dragon dies, and ALWAYS put the carry pet in for the first round with the monkey because it usually still does the no damage stun. But I was doing this before prepatch because the dragon would sometimes die first and I was often carrying a lvl 1 pet.
If your dragonling dies before Honky-Tonk is dead a misile from your darkmoon tonk will finish him off.
1: Shock and Awe
2: Ion Canon
also worth noting, depending on how the fight goes you might only need to use Ion Cannon to finish off the Monkey
Edit: http://www.wowhead.com/npc=67370/jeremy-feasel#comments link to Wowhead page (since I had the strat saved in my OneNote).
Biscuit wrote:There needs to be more trainer fights where there's an actual legitimate chance that you lose the battle.
Blizarmy wrote:but it did work finally..
Gráinne wrote:I'm delighted to have a puzzle to solve.
Blizarmy wrote:maybe me and some other folks were having a bad day. I did mention it on the Bliz forums I definatly a bit salty on Howl but went with the Worg on Cristoph and it worked fine. Ill go try some of these today. I still think there is a point where they make these to hard and will have decreased fun/ people willing to do them. And I think they are already at the point where most just look on sites to figure it out since it is to hard do do with random class pets. I am headed there now to try some ideas listed here, if I can get the dang Va to quit interrupting me.. one of those weeks.
Biscuit wrote:Paladance, you need to chill out.
Gilneas wrote:Biscuit wrote:There needs to be more trainer fights where there's an actual legitimate chance that you lose the battle.
Not really, no. The challenge is in figuring out the fight, not in crossing your fingers and hoping what you're doing might possibly work.
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