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FINALLY!  Captured a common at 5:25AM Server time on US-Thrall.  Logged on at 5:05 and kept circling the area until one popped up.  Zookeeper, HUZZAH!

Posted: August 05, 2013 5:24:55 PM   |   Edits: 0   |   Rating: +1

Camping was not doing me any good, it seemed, so I flew around and FINALLY caught mine slightly South of Skorn!  Much easier, and managed to snag some Cobalt Ore while flying!  Much more productive.  I love this little pet and will be upgrading her soon!

Posted: July 18, 2013 10:37:26 PM   |   Edits: 0   |   Rating: 0

Found mine on my level 70 alliance toon as a secondary pet to a Yellow-Bellied Marmot!  Finally got my Eastern Kingdoms Safari achievement!  :D

Posted: July 03, 2013 2:04:22 AM   |   Edits: 0   |   Rating: -1

I had parked an alt down on the island to check to see if it was raining, and for what seemed like a week I had no luck.  I even spent an entire day camped there, alt-tabbed while I did other work.  No luck then either!  FINALLY, right before heading to bed, I logged on to the glorious sounds of rain!  I engaged the first Baby Ape I saw (uncommon!), and captured it just in time for the rain to clear.  :D  Stay tenacious, my friends, they are out there!

Posted: July 03, 2013 1:40:32 AM   |   Edits: 0   |   Rating: +1

Just plain UGLY.  :/

Posted: April 16, 2013 3:29:14 AM   |   Edits: 0   |   Rating: -3

Originally, I wasn't a fan of this pet, but he isn't too shabby in a battle!  And at least the Guardian Cub doesn't look as goofy as the Quilen Cub.

Posted: April 16, 2013 3:28:47 AM   |   Edits: 0   |   Rating: 0

The horn on this little guy's head...  Oh my.  Super cute!

Posted: April 16, 2013 3:25:39 AM   |   Edits: 0   |   Rating: 0

Found one near Grizzlemaw and to my suprise, was a rare!  :D  After I caught him, I named him "Murica."  XD

Posted: April 16, 2013 3:24:20 AM   |   Edits: 0   |   Rating: +2
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