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vs. Aquatic

Strategy added by Shenk

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Ratings:

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Aquatic 0
Special or not:0Special or not:111117539811617530

Skills: 1 1 1
Breed: Any

Bleakwater Jelly
This pet can have the following breeds:

Breed Health Power Speed
PS 1359 305 281


=305

Special or not:0Special or not:1112173260501730

Skills: 1 1 2
Breed: Any

Snarly
This pet can have the following breeds:

Breed Health Power Speed
HP 1546 305 244


=1546

=305

Special or not:0Special or not:112115418687915410

Skills: 1 2 1
Breed: Any

Hydraling
This pet can have the following breeds:

Breed Health Power Speed
PB 1465 289 273


At least one of the pets for this strategy require the use of a specific breed.
This strategy has been built to be as fast as possible.
The strategy takes a while. Sit back, get yourself a warm drink and relax the scenery.
Not every strategy can be bullet proof. This is one of them. You might have to restart it, since there are some random elements that increase the risk of your pets failing. Don't blame them, please!
This strategy is using pets obtainable from the Wow Trading Card Game (TCG) or the auction house for potentially high sums of gold.
This strategy is using pets obtainable only from the WoW In-Game Shop for Battle.net Balance or real money.
You can use this strategy to carry a low level pet to give it experience.
Some instructions are more difficult to follow than others. That's exactly what you might find in this strategy!
The strategy offers a TD script that can be used with the TD Script addon. You can copy the script by clicking on the button to the left of the pets.
At least one pet in the strategy cannot be obtained anymore. If you have it, congrats!
A Strategy Curator found this strategy to be especially helpful and higlighted it with this tag to give it more exposure.
Strategy Details
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2019-11-08 19:59:00
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2019-03-01 23:43:29
The strategy was created on this date.
B Jelly
The idea behind the Jelly is to use Whirlpool first and after that Rain Dance. With an increased crit chance and the incoming root effect from Whirlpool Bleakwater Jelly can deal some pretty nasty burst damage.

For the best display of your strategy, please follow these guidelines:

  • Use QuickFill elements where possible
  • Enter custom instructions in English
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Bleakwater Jelly
Tentacle Slap
Rain Dance
Whirlpool
Snarly
Rip
Surge
Blood in the Water
Hydraling
Deep Bite
Swallow You Whole
Shell Armor
Pass
Bring in your Bleakwater Jelly
Bring in your Snarly
Bring in your Hydraling
Swap to your Bleakwater Jelly
Swap to your Snarly
Swap to your Hydraling
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Bleakwater Jelly
Snarly
Hydraling
Tentacle Slap
Rain Dance
Whirlpool
Rip
Surge
Blood in the Water
Deep Bite
Swallow You Whole
Shell Armor
Snarly
Pretty straight forward: get the dot on target and follow it up with Blood in the Water.

For the best display of your strategy, please follow these guidelines:

  • Use QuickFill elements where possible
  • Enter custom instructions in English
  • Check the Strategy Creation Guide for more info
Bleakwater Jelly
Tentacle Slap
Rain Dance
Whirlpool
Snarly
Rip
Surge
Blood in the Water
Hydraling
Deep Bite
Swallow You Whole
Shell Armor
Pass
Bring in your Bleakwater Jelly
Bring in your Snarly
Bring in your Hydraling
Swap to your Bleakwater Jelly
Swap to your Snarly
Swap to your Hydraling
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Bleakwater Jelly
Snarly
Hydraling
Tentacle Slap
Rain Dance
Whirlpool
Rip
Surge
Blood in the Water
Deep Bite
Swallow You Whole
Shell Armor
Hydraling
The Shell Armor is supposed to give you time to ramp up the Deep Bite damage.

For the best display of your strategy, please follow these guidelines:

  • Use QuickFill elements where possible
  • Enter custom instructions in English
  • Check the Strategy Creation Guide for more info
Bleakwater Jelly
Tentacle Slap
Rain Dance
Whirlpool
Snarly
Rip
Surge
Blood in the Water
Hydraling
Deep Bite
Swallow You Whole
Shell Armor
Pass
Bring in your Bleakwater Jelly
Bring in your Snarly
Bring in your Hydraling
Swap to your Bleakwater Jelly
Swap to your Snarly
Swap to your Hydraling
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Bleakwater Jelly
Snarly
Hydraling
Tentacle Slap
Rain Dance
Whirlpool
Rip
Surge
Blood in the Water
Deep Bite
Swallow You Whole
Shell Armor



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kialla

wrote on 2021-07-19 09:02:38

Anyone have some thoughts on how to counter this team with an all Aquatic team? I ask as 13 teams in a row I've fought tonight are all using this exact team.
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Gráinne

wrote on 2021-07-19 13:25:11

The first rule of Family Brawler is: don't keep playing the same Family in game after game. If you keep playing Aquatics, (and you actually start winning!) someone's going to counter with Flyers. Mix up your Families. And, for the queue generally, if you keep meeting a team that beats you, counter it so your opponent switches teams.

So if this team is beating you, swap to Flyers, or at least somethingthat will counter it, until it goes away.

(Nice recommendation for this team, btw :P ) (edited)
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kialla

wrote on 2021-07-20 06:32:36

Ah... so when playing all aquatic, the pet battle system isn't intentionally matching me with just aquatic teams?? This was/is my first time doing pvp pet battles. After 13 in a row, I figured I went in with all aquatics, I'm gonna just face off against aquatics, as that was literally all I'd seen.
Thank you! Flyers I have!! (edited)
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Gráinne

wrote on 2021-07-20 11:43:54

Blizzard have said at one point that the queue will preferably match beginners to pet PvP against other beginners, but they never defined exactly who they consider a beginner.

Otherwise, though, the matching is simply whoever is next in your pet battlegroup - with some helping of RNG and bugs. And mostly, there aren't many people in the queue. So you will likely be matched against the same players again and again. So, when someone beats you, a significant part of every player's overall strategy is to have a team that will counter whoever beat you.

FWIW, Aquatic is probably the hardest team to win with in PvP.
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(OP) Shenk

wrote on 2021-07-20 12:01:12

"Blizzard have said at one point that the queue will preferably match beginners to pet PvP against other beginner"
however i haven't heard of anyone who can actually confirm this and i have been matched against beginners myself often enough
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Gráinne

wrote on 2021-07-20 13:26:46

Yeah. Thing is, there are so few players in the queue in most pet battlegroups most of the time that the queue selection can't do much with preferences.

We've all been in the queue when matched 10 or more times against the same person. That's nomally going to be only 2 people in the queue. We've all been in the queue when we couldn't get a match at all. That's one person in the queue.

The queue can have all the preferences in the world, it ain't gunna matter if there are only 2 people. (edited)
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(OP) Shenk

wrote on 2021-07-21 12:53:57

that is correct, but what's the point in (trying to) implementing a preferencial matchmaking system when it couldn't even work in the first place
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Glyycerin

wrote on 2021-02-14 13:45:45

Not the best team... but works at the end...
10 wins > 22 loses...
But hard to win with a full aqua team !
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Daineiara#2565

wrote on 2020-05-04 21:12:56

This is a very solid lineup for grinding out this achievement, it's possible to snatch wins against just about anything that isn't a triple flier team.
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Vitus#2688

wrote on 2020-09-27 08:47:29

77 % :)