Skarn wrote:I tested and re-tested different pet teams until I found one that was very reliable and not subject to much RNG. This Tournament is a BIG step-up in difficulty from any of the single trainers. Simply because you have to fight seven in a row. It's a much bigger time investment and it rewards that.
If I find a pet in my list that would work well against a particular trainer, I just level it! You can easily level 2-3 pets a day against the Pandaria trainers. Since you have all week to beat each Tournament set, you can catch and level an entire team from scratch, assuming you've got the four Celestials already figured out.
It is definitely NOT designed for any random pet group to run in and one-shot it every week. I have found it a LOT of fun. There are obviously many different strats out there, but I know mine are very reliable. Problem with mine is there might be a few hard to get pets in there... Anyway, if anyone has trouble with my strats, I'd be happy to help you refine them or find a substitute pet.
If anyone needs help, feel free to hit me up at Skarn#1884. Good luck all!
Ebil wrote:But on teams like the one for Chi-Chi I still have problems (which I know is on the user end ) or times where rng just really is not in my favor, how can a pet dodge for two round *cries* .
Dweller wrote:Also, let's talk about something else: There's no way to save teams of pets, and the long list of pets (even with sorting options or the ability to search them by name) takes even more time to go through. It's making the whole process feel more tedious than enjoyable.
Azrile wrote:Every fight so far has had a ´secret´ pet or two that makes them trivial and they aren´t usually what you expect.
Snails on Chi Chi
Foxes on Xu
Raptors on Zao
Greg Grell on Yula
For the first 3, you only need 2 pets, for the last one, with a little luck, Greg Grell solos it, but if he doesn´t you can use anything for the kill shot.
These fights go from impossible to trivial very quickly.
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