Pet Battle: [22-23] Icecrown
Flutters about and spins around.
Wing flutter (constant); vocalizations (on-click)
Can be found around Sindragosa's Fall in Icecrown.
100% Hit Chance
Overwhelms the enemy with draconic breath, dealing 303.38 to 563.42 Dragonkin damage.
100% Hit Chance
Deals 354 Dragonkin damage, or 492 Dragonkin damage if the user strikes last.
A shadow falls across the battlefield, dealing 591 Humanoid damage and turning the weather to Darkness for 5 rounds.
During Darkness, all pets are considered Blinded and all healing received is reduced by 50%.
Deals 59 Undead damage to the enemy's active pet every round for 9 rounds. Persists through pet swaps.
Deals 315 Undead damage and plagues the target for 5 rounds.
While plagued, enemies who strike the target are healed.
Channels a dreadful toxic breath which deals 413 Humanoid damage split across the enemy team. Deals additional damage if the weather is Cleansing Rain.
Your pet continues performing this attack for 3 rounds.
Undead pets return to life immortal for one round when killed.
50% from Critter abilities
33% from Dragonkin abilities
You know how Immolate works for human pets sitting in the back row? Well Plagued blood works the same way with death and decay as long as the pet with D&D stays active. If you add Sunlight and pets that always hit for multiple times like the clockwork gnome, rascal bot, or crazy carrot can get off a decent amount of tiny heals.
This is an important pet to get. In Draenor, one of the daily pet battles is against Cymre Blightblade in Gorgond. You need this pet as your second pet. This is hardest pet battle. Your first pet will most likely die horribly and thats sad. Sorry about that, we will miss that pet. Rest in Peace. But their is hope, bring this pet in secondly and cast Darkness first and then Tail Sweep him to death. Hit his last pet with a Plagued Blood before you die. IT works.
Help needed > What team would you suggest to use against a team of 3 Scourged Whelplings?
Like the other whelplings (Nexus and Infinite) they are numerous but seem to take a while to respawn if someone's gone through and battled them all, which is what creates the appearance of being a rare spawn.
Took me 2 days of going through every whelp in the area to get my P/S rare - glad that's over with. :)
They must have really increased their rate. I just happened to be up there to do the Major Payne battle and saw one. First one was an uncommon. 4 fights later a rare. So there were 5 up there together. Happy days!
At first these were very hard to find but lately I've seen a slight increase in the amount that spawn. Be sure to fly around all the mountain sides, they tend to be off to the side (from my experience) rather than in the middle of the spawning area. Definitely a great pet to have as it tends to be slower allowing you to have an extra strike with tail sweep, and is also good for an aoe team in pvp with dreadful breath.
woah! doing some argent tournament rep and went the wrong way, decided to do a fly by for this little critter. First one I found... RARE! Ok Blizzard. I forgive you for the 5 hours of fishing without finding Old Ironjaw last night
Holy! Finally found mine after 20 minutes of searching, was a common, at 68.7, 35.8... Madoran (US)!
Seems to be one of the most popular undead pets in PvP, not near Unborn Val'kyr. Not very good synergy between Call Darkness and Plagued Blood. Have seen more and more trying to use Dreadful Breath, but then you commit to three turns where you can't react. Seems to do well with shadowflame/tail sweep with Call darkness for dragons and healers. Or do Death and Decay, Plagued Blood and being slower gives you two hits from Tail Sweep, the heals with tick in at a steady pace.
Got a rare one this morning (lvl 21) and also 30 min before that I got my unborn Valyk so i am happily logging off today :D
Found one (and only one) at the very tippy top of Sindragosa's Fall, right beneath the tournament grounds. There were no other battle pets in the area and killing whelpings didn't make any spawn.
Definitely think the rates have been upped. Had a toon camped out there for months without ever seing one. Went back on a whim (after giving up for months) and there were at least 8 out there. No rares, but several uncommon.
Whether or not this is true, I found mine after knocking off a few whelpling mobs and saw it spawn... rare too. :)
My favorite dragon killer. If you have an undead stone, and this isn't rare, make it rare...
Can't say for sure if killing the Frostbrood Whelps helped mine spawn or not, but I killed 2 and next thing I knew a Scourged Whelping popped up. 2:24am Mok' Nathal
After getting a Rare Unborn Val'kyr, I went to check Icecrown 1 more time, before I log off. There was only a few around that I seen. 2 RARE and 1 common, this was around witching hour. Good Luck!
Found a couple of these while flying around Northrend for the "Longest Day" achievement, and the second one was the breed I wanted. Common quality, but I'd figured it wasn't worth continuing to try for a rare so I captured it. Battle ends. "You have recieved loot: [Flawless Undead Battle-Stone]." And after that piece of luck, I may never receive raid loot again! :-P
I think I can safely say that they have NOT upped the spawn rate of these creatures of undead awesomeness. I've tried many many times and on quite a few various servers, and I still have yet to find me a rare P/S breed. I have really bad luck with Undead stones too, sadly. I wish I could predict when they'd come back up again on the two servers I have max level toons on.
Not sure if they've upped the spawn rate, but I've been flying from Dalaran to the Argent Tournement the past 2-3 days doing dailies, and I've seen a bunch of them up. Just spotted about 5. Usually on around 9pm-2am EST on Windrunner.