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Mountain Cottontail

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Mountain Cottontail
Mountain Cottontail
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Pet Battle: [4-6] Redridge Mountains

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Ground

Grooms face and scratches ear.

Pit-pattering footsteps; vocalizations (on-click)

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3 allowed
September 25, 2012

Players may stumble across a unique version of this pet. Rather than the matte, dull white that most rabbit critters share, the Mountain Cottontail can sometimes spawn with a glossy coat. However, this seems only for aesthetic purposes, as the unordinary shine does not seem to impact its rarity, stats or abilities.

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Quality
Level 0: Health 0Power 0Speed 0
Requires Pet Level: 1

100%  Hit Chance 

 

Scratches the enemy, dealing 394 Critter damage.


Vs. Undead

Vs. Humanoid
Requires Pet Level: 10

100%  Hit Chance 

 

Rapidly strikes at the enemy 1-2 times, dealing 197 Critter damage per hit.

 

Hits an additional time if the user attacks first.


Vs. Undead

Vs. Humanoid
Requires Pet Level: 2

100% Hit Chance 

 

Deals 197 Critter damage and increases your speed by 75% for 3 rounds.


Vs. Undead

Vs. Humanoid
4 Round Cooldown
Requires Pet Level: 15

Increases your chance to dodge an attack by 100%.

 

Lasts 1 round.

4 Round Cooldown
Requires Pet Level: 4

100%  Hit Chance 

 

Burrow under the ground, becoming unattackable for one round.

 

On the next round, you attack, dealing 472.8 to 709.2 Beast damage.


Vs. Critter

Vs. Flying
Requires Pet Level: 20

100% Hit Chance 

 

Starts a stampede, causing 177 Critter damage.

 

Opponents struck by the stampede take double damage for 2 rounds.

 

Stampede continues for 3 rounds.


Vs. Undead

Vs. Humanoid
Critter

Passive: 

Critters are immune to stun, root, and sleep effects.

 

Damage Taken 

50% from Beast abilities

33% from Elemental abilities

Redridge Mountains — Eastern Kingdoms
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NuclearFox 
Rating: +5   [Report]

These rabbits have 4 skins... make sure you get the one you like

Brown and White

White

Brown

Shiny reflective super bright White *  

 

* My Favorite... took a few attempts to get a Rare version of this shiny one, but it was worth it.

Sep 28, 2012 at 11:42pm | Edits: 0 | Lightbringer-US | Pets: 577 Compare collections | Score: 3445
Site MVPChromie 
Rating: 0   [Report]

There is a very high chance that these rabbits join in as secondarys on lvl5+ pets all over the zone. I myself found 3rares (one shiny:) out of 7battles trying to get my rare buzzer.

Jul 29, 2013 at 8:45am | Edits: 0 | Draenor-EU | Pets: 672 Compare collections | Score: 3933
Violetfemme 
Rating: 0   [Report]

Ahhh, I found a rare and as I was changing out pets to be sure I could capture it, a Redridge Fox killed it.  :(  I'm currently waiting to see if it will respawn in the same general area soon. Will update if so.

 

Well, one did a little bit away in 5 mins. Not the same breed, level or combo pet, but this was better!  1st was a level 6 B/B rare with an uncommon to battle.  The one I caught was level 4 S/S rare.  No other pet to battle.  Thx Redridge Fox!!

Jun 7, 2013 at 2:45pm | Edits: 1 | Aegwynn-US | Pets: 512 Compare collections | Score: 2854
Amorain 
Rating: 0   [Report]

ok this one confuses me...it is part of the Kalimdor safari Achievement yet there are non in Kalimdor? Only in redridge mountains in Eastern Kingdoms? Am I missing something?

Feb 15, 2013 at 1:15am | Edits: 0 | Turalyon-US | Pets: 233 Compare collections | Score: 954
Site MVPKandystryper 
Rating: -2   [Report]

as the first poster said - redridge :)

Dec 9, 2012 at 5:18am | Edits: 0 | Zul'jin-US | Pets: 666 Compare collections | Score: 3590
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Mountain cottontails can leap up a steep incline with speed you would not believe.
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