Pet Battle: [3-6] Ghostlands
85% Hit Chance
Chomps on the enemy, dealing 512 Critter damage.
95% Hit Chance
Deals 256 Undead damage.
The user is healed for 100% of the damage dealt.
100% Hit Chance
Spits Poison goo onto the target, dealing 98 Critter damage each round and increasing damage taken by 25% for 3 rounds.
Flings a sticky goo at the target, dealing 197 Elemental damage and making it impossible to flee for 5 rounds.
Instantly deals 295 Beast damage and increases your speed by 100% for 1 round.
80% Hit Chance
Burrow under the ground, becoming unattackable for one round.
On the next round, you attack, dealing 689 Beast damage.
Beasts deal 25% extra damage below half health.
50% from Mechanical abilities
33% from Humanoids abilities
I hate to copy and paste something from another site but this trick worked for me, second capture on a lvl 5 got the Larva:
1. Go to the beach (west of the map).
2. Attack Spirit Crabs. Make sure they are lvl 5, the other lvl 3 and 4 you can kill by weapons.
3. Start the fight with lvl 5 spirit crabs.
4. Check the two pets if they are Larva. (! Watch out Maggot has the same image as a Larva. So check by name !)
5. Check also if one of the two is a rare.
6. Catch the larva.
Thought I'd jump in and comment on the Spirit Crab method. I looked all over for a Larva, found one as a second to a maggot, but didn't capture it (early on, before I realized they weren't just everywhere). Battled my first Spirit Crab and there he was, as a second. Captured him, he was uncommon, can't complain about that. Good luck, y'all!
Found as 2nd to the Spirit crab on the small island off the west coast. If you are wanting to battle spirit crabs for a larva as the 2nd pet, it needs to be lv 5+, below that and it will be a solo fight of just the crab.
If you dont have Battle Pet Notifier mod I would recomend you get it. Among other thngs it tells you if a wild pet is an upgrade to what you have or if you dont have it yet at all.
Provides a reminder that can often help choose catch/kill
Since Larva share spawns with several other critters (spiders and rats in particular), you may have to kill or battle critters in order to make Larva spawn for you. Even worse, you may have to do it until a *capturable* one spawns: they are not universally catchable.
Larva will also show up in Ghostlands as a 'secondary battler' in combats. If you are unable to find one as part of a primary battle, then farm level 5 creatures in the area and a larva may show up as backup.
I just realized I didn't have one of these, so I flew down to Tranquillen, and started riding around to the spawn points, but wasn't finding any. I rode past the Dawnstar Spire, then swam across the lake. I got to Goldenmist Village where I finally saw a spawn, and it turned out to be a level 5 rare. Quickly captured it, and killed the Snake that was with it. This one is my 350th unique pet :)
I just got my rare by using the spirit crab method.
Took me a couple of hours, but I just ran up and down the coast engaging all the level 5 or 6 crabs, and just killing the others to despawn them and hope for a higher level.
This is far faster than searching the whole zone.
I did that for a few hours and only saw two larvae the entire time.
I had horrible luck trying to find a Rare. Spent over 6hrs farming Spirit Crabs and running around engaging every critter lv5 and over.
Finally got frustrated and just plugged all the spawn point co-ordinates into TomTom and I found a rare on my second "lap". However, I made sure to kill all the non-combat larva/spider/rats at every waypoint before moving on.
If you're having as bad of luck as I was, I highly recommend using TomTom to maintain your sanity.
Can someone please give me absolute conclusive proof that the beige skin for this battle pet does exist in capturable form? Or am I just being spectacularly unlucky with the spawns?
After trying spirit crabs for a bit, I went to the east side of the map headed up to Dawnstar Spire, the snakes (level 5 and up) have these as secondary. My first was grey, second was green. Good enough for the achievement, good enough for me!
I found mine south of sanctum of the sun close to the night elf camp by the hills. It was not a second pet, and it was a rare first try.
Farmed lvl 5 Spirit Crabs along the coast for ~5 hrs. Finally got the rare: 341hp before capture; 409hp captured.
In Deathholme, Eversong Woods. After several kills, got Uncommon Larva as 2nd to Common Maggot. Killed all paws for about 45 minutes - no Larva. Headed out of Deathholme, straight down Dead Scar, killed two Maggots and a Rat, on 3rd Maggot got Uncommon Larva as the 2nd. Fifth encounter was a Maggot, its 2nd was a Rare Larva loc 37.4, 62.7.
After all that, at Tranquillien by Blacksmith Frances found a lvl 3 Larva on its own, it was a Rare, tamed it! Didn't know they'd appear as singleton.
Finally got my Rare after 17.5 hours of battling in Ghostlands. So thrilled to be done with this grind. :)
Found 2 in Deatholme, secondary to maggot (poor). The other secondary to rat (uncommon). 1:40pm realm time.
Do these come in ant other breed besides B/B? Having such bad luck finding a rare that I figured i just stone an uncommon if i could find the right breed but seems all I catch are B/B. Don't have Tom Tom add so I'm going a little nuts here.
update: After posting this went back to fighting pretty much any pet that was flagged. Finally just outside An'daroth lvl3 Larva tagged itand low and behlod it was a rare @ 12:44 pm est on Thunderhorn. Thank goodness that's done! :-)
Found two in Deathholme, second was a rare.
These also come up secondary to maggots which are plentiful in the Dead Scar.
Larva Secondary to Spirit Crabs on the coast. I made 3 full clears in Deathholme and the plague ravine running to it with zero sightings. Happy to say, they arn't as hard to come by as I was lead to believe.
located in the deatholme area as a secondary to a maggot.
Like many others, this pet took me a long time to locate; when I finally did, it was as a secondary pet to a battle with a Maggot found in the Dead Scar.
Unlike others, though, this was not a rare....and just your average Common pet. Disappointing. Ah, well.