Pet Battle: [20-22] Howling Fjord; [21-22] Grizzly Hills; [23-24] Twilight Highlands
Grooms face and sniffs air.
Pit-pattering footsteps; vocalizations (on-click)
100% Hit Chance
Scratches the enemy, dealing 394 Critter damage.
Instantly deals 236 Beast damage and causes the target to Bleed for 98 additional Beast damage per round for 4 rounds.
Deals 197 Critter damage and increases your speed by 75% for 3 rounds.
The user lowers its body close to the ground, reducing all damage taken by 50% for 3 rounds.
80% Hit Chance
Hurls nuts at the enemy, dealing 531 Critter damage.
Nuts continue to fall on the enemy's current pet dealing 59 Critter damage each round for 4 rounds
Starts a stampede, causing 177 Critter damage.
Opponents struck by the stampede take double damage for 2 rounds.
Stampede continues for 3 rounds.
Critters are immune to stun, root, and sleep effects.
50% from Beast abilities
33% from Elemental abilities
best counter hands down anubisth he is great easy to get or any other humaniod will do
While they DO spawn in Twilight Highlands, I would recommend hunting for them in Grizzly Hills. They are a lot more pets in the Highlands that can spawn as secondaries as opposed to a MUCH smaller number in Grizzly Hills. So even if the primary pet isnt the squirrel, chances are good that one will appear as a secondary in Grizzly Hills. And the level differential isnt enough imo to warrant the headache unless you have a lot of other pets to upgrade in Twighlight Highlands.
got a uncommon while battling a scorpid
Ive ran into alot of rare ones in Twilight Highlands, if you have high enough pets to survive against 3 pets (level 23 each) its worth taking a look :)