Drop: Gu'chi the Swarmbringer 
Zone: Timeless Isle
Approximate Drop Rate: 1 in 33
100% Hit Chance
Chomps on the enemy, dealing 303.38 to 563.42 Critter damage.
100% Hit Chance
Starts a swarm, causing 177 Critter damage.
Opponents struck by the swarm take double damage for 2 rounds.
Swarm continues for 3 rounds.
Spits Poison goo onto the target, dealing 98 Critter damage each round and increasing damage taken by 25% for 3 rounds.
Patiently chew some grass. On the next round, you will deal 492 Critter damage in addition to your next attack.
Chew can deal damage from the back row.
Deals 236 Undead damage.
The user is healed for 100% of the damage dealt.
Burrow under the ground, becoming unattackable for one round.
On the next round, you attack, dealing 472.8 to 709.2 Beast damage.
Critters are immune to stun, root, and sleep effects.
50% from Beast abilities
33% from Elemental abilities
No impressive stats but suprisingly useful. Chew, Swarm and Consume and you can go toe to toe against many pets. Consume will heal alot on an debuffed opponent. Especially dangerous to Undead pets which often lack avoidance and are slow. It will not win fights singlehandedly but can often take one opposing pet with them to the grave.
Respawns on a timer. Minimum 30 minutes, maximum 60 minutes, so go do something else for half an hour after you kill him. He spawns at the south-east edge of Old Pi'jiu village, by the water.
The alemental event is right next door (on a separate 30-60 min respawn timer), so you can do that while you wait. You can evem pull alementals out to Gu'chi's spawn point if you're worried about missing him.
Since both breeds have the same power, it boils down to speed versus health. I would say that in most cases 289 speed vs 260 is a bigger deal than the health difference (1725 vs 1546). Most undead pets are slow anyway so the H/S breed might give you the leading edge vs undead which is how this pet shines with its first two movesets. Don't forget that Chew can deal damage from the back row. Bow down after the undead pet has taken its final breath.
Soo... when this pet uses Acidic Goo... do you call it Gu'chi Goo? :3
This is one of my favorite new pets to be honest. I think the coloring is very nice and it looks MUCH cuter than most of the other "grub" type pets. I keep it out on my mage who uses purple as her main color.
over 70 kills still no pet
And no suprise that it was uncommon?