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hmmmmmm...ok i dont get it

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hmmmmmm...ok i dont get it

Postby Foxyroxygen » October 11th, 2012, 1:50 am

sorry if this was answered before but whats the difference in quality of either poor-to white to green- to blue.
is the poor one not good quality if u dont plan on battling him and just want them for show? im so used to just having
blues as companions and give or take iv been outta playing wow for about a year lol but please help me here and try to understand it would be mucho appriciated<3

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Re: hmmmmmm...ok i dont get it

Postby Arji » October 11th, 2012, 2:49 am

Hi.

The difference are the stats the pets have (Hitpoints, Speed etc.)
For example take a Level 7 Toad in Quality green and compare it with a Level 7 Toad in Quality blue.
The blue one has much higher stats.

So if you don't want to battle with your pets and just want to collect them for completing your collection, the quality doesn't matter.
(Sidenote: A lot of Vendor / Achievment Pets come in green and you don't find them in blue.)

Does that help?
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Re: hmmmmmm...ok i dont get it

Postby Quintessence » October 11th, 2012, 2:51 am

Quality indicates the stats (health, attack, and speed) of a pet. The higher the quality (rare being the highest at the moment), the better the pet's stats will be and they will scale even better as they level.

Poor (grey) is the lowest quality, and as quality increases from white to green to blue, so do their health, attack and speed values. I'm not sure about the exact value differences between qualities, though.

So for example, let's say I have a poor (grey) quality cat that's level 3. My friend has a rare (blue) quality cat, and it's level 3 too. Their pet's health, attack and speed values will likely be higher than my own, even though both are the same pet and level. This gives them an advantage over my own cat while in a battle, since speed will determine who goes first, and more health and attack power is just good in general.

Stats only really matter if you intend to battle with your pets. If you enjoy having a companion just to have it, then by all means, you can ignore its quality. :)
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Re: hmmmmmm...ok i dont get it

Postby Arji » October 11th, 2012, 2:55 am

^_^ Sorry didn't want to mess up your well written answer by crossposting Quintessence

Feel free to delete mine :)

Here an example :
I have a rare Stormwind Rat and a uncommon Stormind Rat , both level 1 in my Journal. Do you see the difference?
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Re: hmmmmmm...ok i dont get it

Postby Foxyroxygen » October 11th, 2012, 6:21 pm

ok makes much more sense thanks a lot, ya im more into for just the collecting and possibly battling as well as i have but just for fun. thanks for the replys, helped alot!<3


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