Ril wrote:i'd like to add that H/P might be stronger than P/P due to the racial self-heal bonus. it scales with HP (4%) so this might definately make a big difference.
we use crush along with sandstorm with our anubisath idol all the time, so i don't see why we shouldn't use it with the guardling. of course the whirlwind looks pretty promising too, but it would make no sense with sandstorm.
Luciandk wrote:I wouldnt use Crush with Sandstorm, its such a bad hitter that gets even worser. Only 70% chance to hit, even worser than the trihorn charge of direhorns.
Luciandk wrote:The Qiraji Guardling
S/S: On the other hand have promise. Due to the scaling of Crush, it still deals respectable damage as S/S - 392 damage per hit, which still would benefit from Hawk Eye. And being a speedy pet, you can make use of Blackout Kick. If you are the faster pet, you will interupt your opponents current turn AND the next turn!
So its my belief that the S/S Guardling would be the ideal breed to hunt for come tomorrow.
Edit: After having checked all pets with guaranteed Cause Stun abilities. I find the Qiraji Guardling is one of the speediest and having a good scaling main attack.
Edit 2: I could see the Guardling performing well as a third pet. So many times Ive seen pet battles decided on the last few hits between the 2 remaining badly wounded pets on both sides. Then being able to stun and outspeed your opponent and land a free hit on him, while avoiding one could be a gamechanger. Beside the humanoid racial for slight healing. Plus once on his last pet, your opponent will NOT be able to swap out to minimize incomming damage.
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