Pet Battle: [11-12] The Hinterlands; [18-20] Blade's Edge Mountains;  Gorgrond
Grooms face and pops up to look around.
100% Hit Chance
Chomps on the enemy, dealing 303.38 to 563.42 Critter damage.
100% Hit Chance
Deals 295 Critter damage.
Deals 197 additional damage if the user has lower health than the target.
The user lowers its body close to the ground, reducing all damage taken by 50% for 3 rounds.
Deals 197 Critter damage and increases your speed by 75% for 3 rounds.
Instantly deals 295 Beast damage and increases your speed by 100% for 1 round.
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
Pet levels in Hinterlands are 11-12 vs in 18-20 in Blade's Edge; to save a little bit of leveling effort I went with the latter. These seem to appear regularly as secondaries to Scalded Basilisk Hatchlings in Blade's Edge, just north east of Gruul's. Scalded Basilisk Hatchlings there respawn quickly you should be able to chain hunt.
Quite durable and useful. Crouch buffed so 50% damage reduction. Critter racial, immune to cc. And take less damage from elementals. Now you have Chomp that hits undead for over 500. And avoidance with Burrow. Solid pet that I definelty can recommend. Didn't work well during 5.3, but with much less Direhorns it is a good choice.
Found several today, two greens and a rare, came as a second pet to the Basilik. So keep hunting on the land just above and behind Gruul's Lair.
Grimlynn is correct there is a TON of them by Seredane in Hinterlands! Good Catch!
There are tons of these guys near Seredane in Hinterlands!
My search for the apparently elusive Brown Marmot in Blade's Edge has been abandoned. Despite traversing the entirety of the zone, as well as engaging in numberous Pet Battles to see if one would tag along as a friend to a different pet, I have been extremely unsuccessful in locating a single one of these rodents.