Maleric wrote:Outside of raiding and arena, which are obviously scheduled activities, pet PvP is the main reason I log in now. So I guess I'd be playing a lot more Civ 5 or Hearthstone. I do not think farming the pet PvE trainers would keep me occupied for long.
Greenwinkle wrote:I'm mostly doing pet pvp so I get can another pet.
...so not that much. ;D
Quintessence wrote:I'm pretty much living the idea of "no pet PVP" right now. I absolutely cannot find any enjoyment in that aspect of Pet Battles, so it's not even something I consider doing anymore. At the moment, it only serves as a constant reminder that one pet will be forever out of my reach. An unfinished task that bothers me to no end.
That said, if pet PVP wasn't a thing, I would feel highly accomplished and satisfied with my "completed" collection. All collection goals would be met (all pets max level, rare quality, etc.), and I would simply be waiting for the next expansion and round of pets to collect.
I'm a pet collector first and foremost, so even without the battling feature I adore my pets. Whenever I play WoW I always have a little follower with me. Questing, raiding, just jumping around in the bank; it's rare to find me without a pet out.
Digem wrote:Quint if you truly give pvp battling a chance I think you would like it.
Quintessence wrote:To be honest, even winning wasn't fun. Similar to how I get no pleasure from defeating a player in PVP, I didn't get any enjoyment out of beating someone in a PVP pet battle. It was just a feeling of "oh, glad it's over."
Quintessence wrote:At the moment, it only serves as a constant reminder that one pet will be forever out of my reach.
Itty wrote:What would you do?
How would it affect how you feel about battle pets?
I have my own thoughts, but I'm curious about yours.
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