Pet Battle: [5-7] Stonetalon Mountains
Looks around, sniffing air with tongue.
100% Hit Chance
Bites at the enemy, dealing 394 Beast damage.
Instantly deals 295 Beast damage and Poisons the target for 98 additional Elemental damage per round for 5 rounds.
Deals 197 Beast damage and reduces the target's speed by 25% for 4 rounds.
Deals 394 Humanoid damage.
Deals 197 additional Humanoid damage if you were struck this round.
80% Hit Chance
Burrow under the ground, becoming unattackable for one round.
On the next round, you attack, dealing 689 Beast damage.
Deals 295 Beast damage. Damage increases by 98 each time it hits. Max 492 Beast damage.
Beasts deal 25% extra damage below half health.
50% from Mechanical abilities
33% from Humanoids abilities
These guys really take a long time to respawn. If you have a list or map of the spawn points, you will find a coral snake at each one. But only about 1/4 to 1/2 of them are battle pets. I battled or killed every coral snake that I saw at each spawn point (unless uncommon quality) and they would not respawn as battle pets. They kept respawning as regular level 1 critters. Finally on my 3rd trip around points, I found a new battle-able coral snake and it was a rare! At 61,59
The best place to find these guys is in the Battlescar Valley, from Chared Vale to Thal'darah Overlook (house on map) and in the section of road leading to Sludgewerks. They can be a 2nd battle pet so battle anything on the way. Spawns arn't extreamly fast so from time to time go fly about the outside edge of the lumber yard by The Fold and the alliance mob area by Kromgar Fortress. Don't battle the spiders in Webwinder Hollow to get the get this as a 2nd, too long. 3hr, but with my info less.
I got a rare from a Rabid Nut Varmint; it's a perfect companion for a rogue in Azeroth.
On earth coral snakes belong to the family of snakes called Elapidae which also many other poisonous snakes including cobras and death adders. Coral snakes are very poisonous and some snakes in North America mimic the coral snakes coloring.
There are poems about how to tell them apart.
‘Red on yellow, kill a fellow, red on black, venom lack’ and ‘Red touch yellow, you’re a dead fellow; red touch black, you're okay Jack.’
Got a rare as an add to a venomspitter hatchling in Webwinder Hallow.
Got mine as an add to a Rabid Nut Varmint 5000 at the Lumbermill just above Krom'Gar Fortress in Stonetalon. (65,60)
Found mine in the Blackwolf River area (lumbercamp)