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Username: Mehetabel Top Rater  
Character: Mehetabel (A)
Realm & Rank: Lightbringer-EU (#1)
Pets Collected: 885/905
Pets Rated: 159/916 — Appearance
154/897 — Battle
Joined: November 02, 2012
Last Online: June 22, 2017
Community: Comments (16)
Forum Posts (446)
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Mehetabel Says: 

OMG Albino Buzzard finally dropped!!! I thought I was seeing things at first!

 

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Working on:

Collecting AP on monk & DK (for class pets)

Grinding PvP 

Gearing a char for horde PvP grind

Leveling pets (slowly!)

 

Newest Pets:

Albino Buzzard

Sun Darter Hatchling

Sneaky Marmot

Dig Rat

Hateful Eye

 

Most Wanted List:

Fetish Shaman

Mini Tyrael

Posted Jun 22, 2017 at 6:12am

Mehetabel's Collection:  View Mehetabel's Pets

Pet ScoreWhat is pet score?
5287
885
Unique Pets
842
Pets at Max Level*
0
Duplicates
24.8
Average Pet Level*
0
PoorPoor  0.0%
0
CommonCommon  0.0%
0
UncommonUncommon  0.0%
885
RareRare  100.0%
0
EpicEpic  0.0%
0
LegendaryLegendary  0.0%
Realm & Rank
#240
Site Rank
*Duplicates do not count toward stats

About Mehetabel:

I started playing WoW early in TBC (during Children's Week as it happens) and I immediately noticed lots of players running around with cute little pets and thought "I want that!". My pet collecting addiction had begun! At first it was difficult, pets weren't spells back then, they used up bag/bank slots! I remember my bank being full of pets and I would rotate the handful I kept in my bags. Nowdays, collecting is MUCH easier (thanks Blizz!).

 

Due to when I started playing, I've missed out on some promotional pets which does make me sad and I've not been able to justify spending vast amounts of RL gold on those pets, like Mini Tyrael. I want them though, believe me, I really do. Maybe one day!

 

For now I'm content to capture every wild pet I can and keep farming dropped and achievement pets. 


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