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vs. Lurking In The Shadows

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Lurking In The Shadows 173376
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Skills: 2 2 1
Breed: Any

Sunreaver Micro-Sentry
This pet can have the following breeds:

Breed Health Power Speed
PP 1400 325 260


1 ZR0 1 0

Any Pet

1 ZR0 1 0

Any Pet

Low XP
At least one of the pets for this strategy require the use of a specific breed.
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!
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At least one pet in the strategy cannot be obtained anymore. If you have it, congrats!
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Time: 0:26
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Rounds: 3
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This table shows the level increase for completing the fight with level 25 pets and one carry pet.
Partial level experience is not included in the calculation.

Before After Experience Gain
1296
22102
33107
44112
55116
66119
77121
88123
99125
1010125
1111125
1212125
1313123
1414121
1515119
1616116
1717112
1818107
1919102
202096
212189
222282
232374
242465

Safari Hat

Lesser Pet Treat

Pet Treat

Darkmoon Hat

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Strategy Details
26 Sec
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3
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2020-11-29 18:30:08
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2020-11-29 10:29:10
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Tamer Details
Ardenweald 40.0 64.5 (TomTom / Map Pin)
Low XP
This fight provides very low experience. It is usually not worth bringing a low level pet in. You can see detailed values by hovering over the XP tag.
Turn 1

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Sunreaver Micro-Sentry
Fel Immolate
Haywire
Call Lightning
Any Pet
Any Pet
Pass
Bring in your Sunreaver Micro-Sentry
Swap to your Sunreaver Micro-Sentry
Nightfang comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Sunreaver Micro-Sentry
Any Pet
Any Pet
Fel Immolate
Haywire
Call Lightning
Nightfang
Turns 2-3

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Sunreaver Micro-Sentry
Fel Immolate
Haywire
Call Lightning
Any Pet
Any Pet
Pass
Bring in your Sunreaver Micro-Sentry
Swap to your Sunreaver Micro-Sentry
Nightfang comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Sunreaver Micro-Sentry
Any Pet
Any Pet
Fel Immolate
Haywire
Call Lightning
Nightfang
Turn 3
GG

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Sunreaver Micro-Sentry
Fel Immolate
Haywire
Call Lightning
Any Pet
Any Pet
Pass
Bring in your Sunreaver Micro-Sentry
Swap to your Sunreaver Micro-Sentry
Nightfang comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Sunreaver Micro-Sentry
Any Pet
Any Pet
Fel Immolate
Haywire
Call Lightning
Nightfang

Deadly stalker at night, cozy purring fluffball by day




DarkKuno#1481

wrote on 2021-03-18 06:36:14

exceedingly easy. You can even stick a level 1 pet in slot 1 and swap them out immediately at the start of the fight for a quick couple of levels.

DragonsAfterDark

wrote on 2021-03-18 12:00:27

Immediately swapping out a level pet without passing or attacking will net them 0 xp. If you managed to get any xp and you did that, it was because your active pet died--not because you had the pet in. You'd get the same effect by just passing with the active (non-level) pet on turn 1. It's the same concept as Explode strats. (edited)

momto3plus1

wrote on 2022-06-17 00:47:07

This comment is old, but I can assure you it is incorrect, I tried this today and got 675 rep for my pet with the hat on and it did not hit or do anything, immediately swapped after first turn to next pet.

Gráinne

wrote on 2022-06-17 04:15:11

You are conflating two different things. It is easy to mistake them; I've seen the same pattern in a comment on Mega Bite, where Ikky usually dies at the same time as the opposing turtle.

Dragons is correct, and gave the correct explanation for the XP. A level pet in the first slot that is IMMEDIATELY swapped out without attacking or passsing does not qualify on that basis for XP.

HOWEVER, when one of your pets dies simultaneously with the last opposing pet, any remaining pets in your team come forward to split the XP, and when there is only one level pet, it ofc gets all the XP.

This principle is used in Explode strats, where your second pet chooses to Explode when it will hill the last remaining opposing pet, and itself, leaving your level pet to come in and claim the XP.

It also usually happens in Mega Bite, where Ikky kills the turtle just in time for thr Whirlpool to kill Ikky. Your remaining pet(s) come in and claim the XP.

I just tried this strat 5 times, with a Level 1 in the first slot. In all 5, the Micro-Sentry died at the same time as Nightfang. If you don't have a level pet in the first slot, the Micro-Sentry will usually survive the battle, but with the wasted round, it dies simultaneously. And then your level pet comes in and gets XP. So my level pet got XP on all 5.

I then started with a Level 1, immediately switched to a Stormwing, who softened up Nightfang and died, and then brought in the Micro-Sentry, which finished off Nightfang without taking much damage. The result was that the level pet got no XP.

So, yes, you could use this as a levelling strat, but the reason for the XP is that the level pet comes in at the end, not that it earns it at the start,

dbmamaz

wrote on 2020-12-02 17:42:56

Too easy!

Carsti

wrote on 2022-04-08 20:24:08

As we have so many stressful events in WoW, I enjoy an Easy for a changer very much!

George

wrote on 2021-05-26 20:07:42

beautiful

SpaceCadet#11225

wrote on 2021-04-28 04:26:40

English script:

use(Call Lightning:204)
use(Haywire:916)

PureArmour#1184

wrote on 2020-12-02 23:39:09

two thumbs up

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