Pet Battle: [13-14] Searing Gorge; [13-14] Badlands
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
Like the below comment said, they were at Angor Fortress but I found mine BEHIND the Fortress at 43, 19 area. There was two King Snakes at that location.
Later on I found a few in the zone that tagged along with a Spiky Lizard, Gold Beetle and a Rattlesnake while rare hunting.
Edit: As I was going through the zone I noticed a lot of battle pets way on top of the mountain area, so if you do not see much down below, try higher up on the mountains! Loc 27, 25 found two more spawn points for King Snakes.
Unlike many of the 'special zone pets', King Snakes can and will show up as secondary critters in pet battles in the zone. Therefore, if you are having trouble finding a King Snake, you may want to fight some of the others and see if one will join them.
Stupid Naming Tip: For the ultimate bad Snakes on a Plane reference, name your King Snake Mother Foo (actually all things considered it's probably better if you don't).
The cliffs of the Badlands are the best place I found to get King Snakes. They appear high on the cliffs all around the edges of the zone and often spawn another king snake as a secondary. They can spawn as secondaries to the other pets of the zone but I would reccomend avoiding the stripe-tailed scorpids as they tend to spawn in pairs rather than with another type of pet.
I found quite a few King Snakes south of Agmond's End as well. But the other comments are also right that they seem to come along as secondary pets in battles all over this zone. If you don't have any luck getting your rare around Angor Fortress or Agmond's End, just fly around the zone and battle any of the wild pets. You may get lucky and get a rare King Snake as the secondary!
Uncommon first fight, right above angor fortress
While "regular" Snakes/Adders might seem a bit bland some breeds are actually quite powerful in PvP. King Snake comes in useful H/H breed, 1644 health, which allows you more staying power and keep the powerboost from beast racial longer. Poison Fang keeps ticking, strong vs mechs. Hiss to mess with speed pets, lasts 4 turns. Finally Viscious Fang truly ramps up quickly with beast racial. Of course go with Burrow instead if you want avoidance.
I was having trouble finding these as primary targets... so I just started clicking whatever I could in the Badlands and found rare one as secondary to a Gold Beetle between Dragon's Mouth and Agmond's End.
A rare of this snake took me longer to get than my minfernal!
2 full days of rare hunting. finally got it as an add on to a gold beetle on the ground not on the cliffs where the kingsnake is the main pet. glad to be done with this one! :) good hunting!
found quite a few uncommon ones on the cliffs but no rare. in badlands.
Im pretty certain these do NOT come in a rare version. I couldnt find any after trying for an entire day and night. Directly at server reset time there were tons all up in the cliff tops, however I've made 10 rounds non stop for the last 2 hours, I've killed at least 60 and NO rares anywhere.
Of course 12 later I find a rare. I really thought they didnt exist.
I found a poor quality one right away. Looked for a long time for a green. Gave up on rare