Violetfemme wrote:What I found when PvP'ing with lower level teams is that I was almost always matched to a team with one or two pets that were one or two levels higher than me. This made it impossible to win (unless lucky with RNG or team composition). Once I hit 25 with my first PvP team, I started winning more because the levels were more even. It's also a little better once you hit 20 and the last move option becomes available. It is often a move that I end up using a lot (Like Tympanic Tantrum).
I think the team you have is a fine combination. You might also need to become familiar with moves from a lot of the other pets, so you can attempt to counter them. One thing that I don't like about the Celestial Dragon is that it doesn't have enough high power moves without a cool down. It can work if you basically moon fire, flamethrower, heal (or not if you don't need), then change pets to one of the other 2. Both of those are nice strong pets.
Ril wrote:you should be just fine with your team. one thing that comes to my mind, is a feline familiar instead of the cub. as 1,1,1, it is marvellous aganist all kinds of nasty dot and multi-hit attacks, has a big self heal, and hits hard against both flyers and critters. the only weaknesses are undead (no heal) and mechanicals. a x,2,2 spec is also fun, for onehitting (well, technically, it's two-hitting) stuff.
on another note, you might want to look into an emerald proto whelp instead of your celestial dragon. they should be in your level range so no loss here, however farming a P/P one is tedious so you might not find a rare. or, a P/P yellow moth, but this would require stoning and levelling.
dammit there are so many good pets out there, it's kind of hard to give good advice for the first set of levelling.
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