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Username: Kantorock  
Character: Morninforest (A)
Realm & Rank: Caelestrasz-US (#24)
Connected Rank: Caelestrasz-US (#52)
Pets Collected: 474/1279
Pets Rated: 39/1279 — Appearance
3/1256 — Battle
Joined: January 12, 2016
Last Online: June 25, 2018
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Kantorock Says: 

Ding! My main Pet Tamer just hit Level 60, simply by doing nothing but pet battling! Not impressed? She was originally Level 40 when I switched her focus over to full-time Pet Battles. Don't ever believe that doing quests, and killing mobs are the only way to level up a character in WoW!

Posted Dec 21, 2017 at 1:29pm

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About Kantorock:

I've been collecting battle and vanity pets for as long as I've been playing Warcraft, dating back to the original release of World of Warcraft. Since the release of Mists of Pandaria, I find myself constantly on the lookout for new pets to add to my collection.


Pets have always been a major part of my WoW characters. While I do not technically roleplay, I do have a habit of keeping certain pets out while playing certain characters. Often, these pets are attached to said character's backstory, or reflect an aspect of their personality; sometimes, however, it's because I think a certian pet makes that character look even cooler.


While I enjoy battling and collecting pets, there are a few that I am particularly fond of. These pets are: Alterac Brew-Pup, BrightpawCinder Pup, Corgi Pup, Elekk PlushieFeline Familiar, Frostwolf GhostpupLegs, Mischief, Nibbles, and the Proto-Drake Whelp.

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