Pet Battle: [11-12] Feralas
Wing flutter (constant); vocalizations (on-click)
Can be found in the surrounding areas outside of the Dire Maul instance portals in Feralas.
100% Hit Chance
Attacks the enemy with 1-3 blades of wind, dealing 197 Flying damage per attack.
Blasts the enemy with a surge of arcane power, dealing 295 Magic damage.
Damage increases by 98 each time it is used. Max 492 Magic damage.
Fade into a cloud of mist, increasing your chance to dodge by 100%.
Lasts 1 round.
Equalizes the health between the user and his enemy.
Health gained cannot exceed the caster's maximum health.
Deals 492 Magic damage and turns the weather into Moonlight for 9 rounds.
During Moonlight, all pets receive 25% additional healing and Magic abilities deal 10% additional damage.
Creates a cyclone which has a 35% chance to deal 137 Flying damage to the enemy team each round.
Lasts 5 rounds.
Dragons deal 50% additional damage on the next round after bringing a target's health below 50%.
50% from Humanoid abilities
33% from Flying abilities
This battle pet is a beast! Unlike it's sprite darter hatchling brother it is a flying type. With that comes the 50% speed bonus! This speed boost pretty much ensures that you will go first and with evanescence it makes it last two rounds (initial cast and next round). Couple that with Moonfire that boosts Arcane Blast and you have a pet that can take down other pets to 25% health before you even get hit! Also with a breed type 4 and rare quality this pet has 341 attack at 25!
Easily my most versatile PvE pet in the P/P build. Very useful for power levelling off the moths in timeless isle, start with arcane blast to get them to ~55%, then Moonfire to finish them off and you start the next pet with the dragon buff. Life exchange when the third pet comes out.
I've experimented with S/S in PvP with moderate success using evanescense to dodge 2 attacks when possible. I actually one-manned some poor guy several times in one night with this build.
I don't know why I waited so long to lvl this thing, it's one of the most useful battle pets around. Life Exchange is the greatest move ever when you're battling BoF. Plus it's magic! Flyers don't have a chance. It did take a while to catch a rare, but they are plentiful around Dire Maul.
I have to say, this guy is a staple of my 'Beasts of Fable' team. Life Exchange is devastating against the 4k+ hp pets, even if you use it at full health it will take 1.3-1.5k off of the enemy. Add in that it can be used while they are using Liftoff/Dive/Burrow and it really makes battling them a breeze.
I do wish he was still flying though, I caught an attack breed and having 340 atk/390 spd above 50% hp was the best!
I find it really weird that the flavour text for this guy says it has a 'natural defense against magic', yet they gave it the flying type which takes 50% extra magic damage. Perhaps it was supposed to be a dragon type.
They are located around the old non-instance Dire Maul!
I haven't used this pet for PvP yet, but it by far my favorite for the pandarian pet dailies. I she can solo the whispering spirit, I also use her for for my team for the fire and water spirit. She's part of my build for probably half of the pandarian tamers, and is great for power leveling low level pets.
Picked up both P/P and S/S versions(341 power or 325 speed respectively). I'm finding the speedy version alot more useful in PvP in general. Evanescence is more useful and you can punish birds earlier.
Works well in a clonedancer team. Sometimes it does feel like the speedy version is a bit weak though when trying to go toe to to with some other pet.
If you go with P/P I think Life-Exchange is more benefitial than Evanescence.
Double counter against fliers, being dragonkin with magic attacks.
These are plentiful right around Dire Maul, in the same areas the Gordok Ogres occupy. If you're Horde, the quickest way to get there is to fly to Stonemaul and then just step out through the back opening in the fence -- there will likely be one fluttering around not twenty feet in front of you! They seem to respawn quite fast, and this area is often completely deserted, so most of the time you won't have a lot of competition.
I had always wanted one of these as a hunter pet... so I went over there to get one as a companion. Got a rare on my third one and named her Glimmer... until I found the battle master there.. and her's was named Glimmer o.O
Yes, as Koneko mentions. This used to be a Flying pet, now (as per 5.1) a Dragonkin. Which makes it exactly like my Sprite Darter Hatchling. Same abilities. How lame. I liked how it looked like a Dragonkin and had abilities like one but was a Flying. Maybe to trick someone in a battle. But that time is over. /sadface
I haven't tested it in PvP, but Evanescence will block two attacks if it goes first. It probably will with the speed boost. Vs. other flying things, it gets a +50% boost on already massive damage abilities. You see quite a bit of them, so even without healing, this thing is still a powerhouse to use while collecting pets.
There are a ton of these guys around the area, so its great for levelling your pets XP as well. Not to mention they're completely beautiful! Shiny Cap'n!
Great pet for battling Jahan,Hamm &Archimedes in garrison pet battle. Jahan will be faster and cast Arcane Winds first, so counter with Moonfire on 1st move. The extra magic damage helps alot from Moonfire. You will kill first pet easy with your Arcane Blast building strength from each hit. On second pet use Life Exchange when low on health and continue to Arcane Blast until that pet is dead. NFD will die on his third pet. No worries. He is at half HP.
The only thing this guy isn't good at is controling damage output. This guy will kill that critter you're trying to catch.
best anti-flyer pet
Took some time until i got a rare, but i don't regret it, it is a great pet especially against those damn flyers
I got a rare one on the first try and it's been on my team ever since. I love it!
Love this little guy, very cute, but most of all very handy! Got an uncommon first hand, currently looking for a rare! Well worth it!
I found farming for the rare works really well with my level 11 cat companion. This appears to be my best shot at obtaining my first 'rare' dragon as a beginner to pet battles.
Because this dragon frequently changes the weather to moonlight, the cat heals really well with devour when finishing off the mobs. I usually end at close to full health.
So basically, if you're barely high enough pet level to obtain one of these, like I am, this might be a good pet to pull out.