Pet Battle: [18-20] Blade's Edge Mountains
100% Hit Chance
Bites at the enemy, dealing 394 Beast damage.
Smacks the enemy 1-2 times, dealing 197 Mechanical damage per smack.
Hits an additional time if the user attacks first.
Overtunes the user's central power core, dealing 197 Mechanical damage and increasing the user's speed by 100% for 2 rounds.
Frightens the target, dealing 197 Beast damage and reducing their speed by 25% for 4 rounds.
Adds 98.5 damage to every attack against the target.
Lasts 5 rounds.
Enters repair mode, performing no actions for two rounds, then repairs 1379 health.
Comes back to life once per battle, returning to 20% health.
50% from Elemental abilities
33% from Magic abilities
caught my blue (balanced) today, team also had a blue skittering that I needed...I hate when the Gods make you chose!
...of course I took the raptor ♥
They may not be the most versatile pet, but they're an absolute terror if going up against a beast team. I capped a B/B and S/S while I was there in Blade's Edge. Got the B/B as it was a rare, and needed to stone the S/S.
A great pet to use against Gargra in Frostfire Ridge. Usually, you can takeout her first two pets with a single Cogblade Raptor.
Just so you guys can keep hope if you don't have the stone to spare.
As of today, I catched a Rare S/S Cogblade Raptor after a "few" hours of battling, just keep trying and a rare will show up!
:) i have hunted these li'l guys four times now for at least four hours total if not more, probably at least a hundred or so battles, and never seen a rare. not that i'm complaining though, honestly, just how RNG goes i have had insanely great luck on some pets (and battle-stones) that others have had poor luck on. in fact, i just got a mech battle-stone and am deciding between this guy and a fluxfire feline to use it on and came here to check the comments. and: aren't they cute?!
Must be back to the old ways.. Made 2 circuits killing common.s etc & could not find a rare after 30 odd battles. I did get 1 of each breed as common.
This guy helps a lot vs Major Payne! I was stuck on him for a while and could not advance to Cata trainers, beause of his evil mecha-bear. Cogblade took him out though! Even using the B/B breed, the raptor is faster by around lv 23-24. And once he is, he can outdamage the bear's heal, and once the bear is down the rest of the fight is much easier.
Got a rare on my second battle right around Toshley's station. Was pretty happy about that. Though my usual goal is to get two uncommons and one rare of each pet...don't ask why...it's just a thing I do.
During final stage of Celestial Tournament, I threw this guy in first against Zao thinking he would die quick and I could figure out how to beat Zao with my other 'better' mechanical pets. I was gonna let him die and start over. I cast Expose Wounds first, adding 75 damage to each hit, then spammed Batter; which hits a minimum of twice since Cogblade is faster. I knocked Zao down to 380 hps in 4 rounds before he could heal back up. Then 2nd pet killed him.
First one I found, Rare S/S :)
LOVE this guy. I highly recommend picking one up.
If possible, go for a S/S variant(I was lucky enough to find a rare one my first time out). My moveset for him doesn't really change, so this is what I use:
Batter - Screech - Exposed Wounds: Incredible synergy, making full use of its high speed while downplaying its relatively low power, while at the same time providing debuff support.
I got a rare of this pet fairly easily. I use this pet for fighting against the Monkey at the Darkmoon Fair. Set up for that Tamer is Nexus Welpling, Water Waveling and Cogblade. Almost never lose with this combo.
My experiencing farming for a blue version of this pet is not nealry as dire as some posted here - i found that if you set yourself a circluar path on the ledge/path right round Death's Door and stuck to it, the first ones you fought had respawned by the time you got back round to the beginning of your circuit.
This is easily the pet i use the most in the game - it is so versatile, and making judicious use of Screech (if needed) followed immediately by Exposed Wounds, then either Bite or Batter (depending on who you're fighting), you can really make a dent in the opposing team. At least half of the tamers in Pandaria have suffered terribly at my hands through this little guy!!
This is a story about a ficitional chocolate cake and my trip to Blade's Edge. I've been farming the elusive Chocolate Cake Recipe for as long as I can remember and today I made yet another trip to Blade's Edge. I noticed as soon as zoned in that I was missing a pet. Surprised, I headed straight here. I looked around a bit and decided to jump on my Horde priest to see if she could find one. Sure enough, there were two, sitting in Razor Ridge, at the fork in the road. A grey and a white!
Interestingly enough, I didn't get my blue lil' Cograptor near the Toshley's Station, but on the opposite side, Scalewing Shelf, where several spawned while I was flipping through several for that one true blue. I must of had weird spawn timers lol because they were appearing like popcorn.
I was glad to see Jollyrogered's comment on the respawn timer of 15-20 mins. I was fortunate enough to get there when a group was already spawned, unfortunatley they were all poor quality. I waited an hour and no respawns. I wonder if different servers effect the timers?... This is the last pet in Outlands that I need to upgrade to rare, so whatever the spawn time happens to be I will update as I imagine others are in the same boat as me. UPDATE: 2 hours and no respawns. Finally! 2 1/2 hours...
finally got my rare, second raptor just outside toshley, good luck
lots around but all poor or common until about the 10-15th battle got a rare
I have a rare quality S/S version and it is frail, but it can put out a good amount of damage. (I have still not learned which breed is the best for each pet, but this is what I have).
First one I came across happened to be a rare. Good times. Don't usually have that kind of luck!