Ah, that would make sense.Zerdolf wrote:Supposedly the higher the level of the pet you are battling the higher your chances, regardless of your pets level. Also the stone that drops from the battle is supposed to match the type of the primary pet (the one you clicked on). RNG does play a factor in this and it can be of a different type. Just a couple of my own examples of this.
I was in dragonblight farming condor hatchlings for a rare and got 1 flying stone in about 2 hours of battling.
Gromagrim wrote:I normally use the tamer bags as my source of battle stones. I do have one great story though, about getting the first of my two generic battle stones;
I went to Feralas to get a Stunted Yeti in the week of patch 5.1. I flew over the area to see if any were up and saw a single pawprint underground. I went down, hunted around the cave and found it, expecting to capture a poor or common and to leave my alt there for another day.
Started battlign and found it was a rare (they only have one breed)! Excited I feathered his HP down, not wanting to kill it with an accidental crit, but managed to capture him, AND he also gave me my first Battle stone: A Flawless Generic one!
Nearlysober wrote:The dailies seem to be the way to do it. If you want to get a bit more serious about farming the dailies for stones I highly recommend Pet Battle Teams (you can find a link in the Addons section of this site). Make a team that it optimized for each trainer, name it after the trainer... and you're set. Pull up the team and claim your quick bag... then cross your fingers
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