Pet Battle: [23-25] Kun-Lai Summit; [24-25] Townlong Steppes
Sniffs the ground. Sits and scratches its chin with its foot.
Pit-pattering footsteps; vocalizations (on-click)
Can be found in the snowy mountains of Kun-Lai Summit.
100% Hit Chance
Bites at the enemy, dealing 394 Beast damage.
100% Hit Chance
Rapidly strikes at the enemy 1-2 times, dealing 197 Critter damage per hit.
Hits an additional time if the user attacks first.
The user lowers its body close to the ground, reducing all damage taken by 50% for 3 rounds.
A distant howl frightens the target, increasing the damage they take by 100% for 2 rounds.
Instantly deals 295 Beast damage and increases your speed by 100% for 1 round.
Increases your team's speed by 25% for 9 rounds.
Beasts deal 25% extra damage below half health.
50% from Mechanical abilities
33% from Humanoids abilities
Finally caught one of these guys as a secondary to a Tolai Hare outside of Shado-Pan. It was rare quality. I had come across a few of them as packs of 2-3 with an Alpine Foxling, but all of them were poor or common quality. Not the easiest to get, but take on every pet you find in the snowy areas and you should get a decent quality one eventually.
found it in kun-lai, they go in packs with Alpine Foxling. easy to find a rare.
Found a bunch of these near the Shado Pan Monastery, second one i battled was a rare. Think I got lucky ;) but there really was a load of these guys around so I doubt its not too hard to get a rare.
got as a secondary pet to a monitor....uncommon
Got a common one a as a secondary to a Tolai Hare south of Shadowpan Monestary.
Comes in two breeds. The B/B breed with 276 speed is enough to actually be faster than 341 speed pets, but S/B one is probably a better one since you will also be faster than the speedy rabbits, if you use Dazzling Dance. S/B breed lose 3 power and a few points of health, so nothing much is lost. Wolves have a diverse and powerful set of moves. Howl for great combinations and huge damage, or just forced switch. Crouch makes you super durable. Very underestimated pets.
More difficult to find than the Alpine Foxling, and is all but identical.