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vs. All Howl, No Bite

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ability(713)
All Howl, No Bite 105842
Special or not:0Special or not:1020277486092770

Skills: * 2 *
Breed: Any

Clockwork Gnome
This pet can have the following breeds:

Breed Health Power Speed
SB 1546 257 289


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.
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This strategy is using pets obtainable from the Wow Trading Card Game (TCG) or the auction house for potentially high sums of gold.
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You can use this strategy to carry a low level pet to give it experience.
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Time: 0:42
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Rounds: 7
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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
15479
25508
35535
46558
56578
67594
78607
89617
99624
1010627
1111627
1212624
1313617
1414607
1515594
1616578
1717558
1818535
1919508
2020479
2121446
2222409
2323370
2424327

Safari Hat

Lesser Pet Treat

Pet Treat

Darkmoon Hat

Pet Battle Week

















Strategy Details
42 Sec
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7
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2020-04-02 07:42:02
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2017-03-04 23:08:10
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Tamer Details
Stormheim 38.4 27.4 (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.
Turns 1+
Blitz! Just use that spell over and over.

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Clockwork Gnome
Blitz
Any Pet
Any Pet
Pass
Bring in your Clockwork Gnome
Swap to your Clockwork Gnome
Chromadon comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Clockwork Gnome
Any Pet
Any Pet
Blitz
Chromadon
That's it, there is nothing more to this strategy :-)

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Clockwork Gnome
Blitz
Any Pet
Any Pet
Pass
Bring in your Clockwork Gnome
Swap to your Clockwork Gnome
Chromadon comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Clockwork Gnome
Any Pet
Any Pet
Blitz
Chromadon

So this is where Howlbomb went to!




SilkCharm

wrote on 2021-04-09 23:46:49

Worked perfectly today.

Kherae wrote on 2021-01-30 01:04:10

Sunreaver Microsentry. immolate, call lightning, swap to clockwork bot. turret, repair. turret, swap to sentry.
Repeat. no 3rd pet required.

D3adbolt

wrote on 2020-10-22 04:34:57

Still works as of Pre-patch 9.0, took me having my 2nd Clockwork Gnome come in to finish him though.

GatsuGaming

wrote on 2020-10-22 03:13:58

Still works in 9.0.1 prepatch! very close but got the job done!

xValtrux wrote on 2019-08-01 10:46:16

For anyone still having trouble with this, Using pets with these attacks work perfectly: Swarm, Falcosour swarm! & Flock. undead pets with those skills are even better, I.E: Infected Squirrel

Dhae

wrote on 2020-10-03 01:15:19

I followed this using Infected Squirrel (Stampede), Bloodgazer Hatchling and Direbeak Hatchling (Falcosaur Swarm) and it worked perfectly first time.

Revolution

wrote on 2019-12-26 11:43:37

Rabbits work quite well using stampede and dodging Chromadon's big hitting ability.

TSP wrote on 2018-04-28 14:34:21

Even though this fight gives little EXP on regular fights, on triple EXP week it gives decent EXP. I used the Teroclaw hatchling and had two level 9 pets that I got up to 10 on this fight

Zalie wrote on 2018-07-02 22:39:10

I put a level 1 in spot 1 to absorb howl, then brought in Clockwork. Level 1 to 4 with my hat on.

Aradoa wrote on 2017-04-29 19:59:20

I use Chi-Chi with Wild Magic + Fire Quills and Ethereal after every Howl.

DarkRob wrote on 2017-05-12 21:30:41

The greatest strat known to mankind - fast - easy and effective!

Geki wrote on 2017-08-03 21:55:48

I'd actually recommend going without the Wild Magic. With WM the Fire Quills hit for 237. If the Quills crit, though, it takes them above the damage cutoff point and the entire round is blocked. Had that happen to me quite a bit. If the first feather crits, the whole thing is blocked.

Apple

wrote on 2018-05-28 20:19:48

^ this works great!

Eilhan wrote on 2017-10-30 14:53:36

While this fight provides very little XP for a level pet, it can actually be useful to include a level pet first in this fight to soak up the first Howl. A level 1 pet will survive and gain at least one level (Which can be useful later, since some other fights require a min level for leveling pets), and I've had more than one level 24 lacking just a few hundred XP to reach max level. The extra couple of rounds won't take long if you use a script anyways.

My setup is Level Pet, Clockwork Gnome (x,2,x) and for backup a Flayer Youngling (1,x,x), although it very rarely gets used.

standby [enemy.round=1]
change(#2) [self(#1).played]
change(#3) [self(#2).dead]
ability(713)

fr0z3night wrote on 2017-10-30 21:22:02

Thanks for the script, use a backup pet in slot 3, with a hitting second ability and change the last line to 'ability(#2)' just in case it does need to be used.

As for the leveling pet, its just 1-4 but better than nothing, and probably be 7 if its up during the Pet Event.

Prudentius wrote on 2017-06-12 21:11:36

Crazy Carrot ##1
Sunreaver Micro-Sentry ##1
Ikky #1#
# - these slots don't matter
R1: Blistering Cold
R2: Next Pet
R3: Call Lightning
R4: Next Pet
R5: Black Claw
R6: Pet #2
--Fight ends--

TD Script
change(#2) [ enemy.aura(Black Claw).exists ]
ability(Black Claw)
change(#3) [ weather(Lightning Storm) ]
ability(Call Lightning)
change(#2) [ enemy.aura(Blistering Cold).exists ]
ability(Blistering Cold)

Anonymous wrote on 2017-07-31 09:42:23

Great Strat! Thanks.

Joe wrote on 2017-06-18 13:10:38

I used my Darkmoon Monkey along with my Bloodgazer and another beast pet to complete the Bloodgazer team rumble quest. Darkmoon Monkey (2/2/1) just about soloed the fight. I should have written down the steps, but every time Chromadon put the damage buff on me, I stunned him. Use Rake to keep Chromadon's damage down and keep the bananas raining down on him. I swapped in the Bloodgazer near the end because I thought he needed to fight, but I guess that's not really necessary.

Geki wrote on 2017-07-31 00:39:30

Just tried this. Went good for a while, but eventually the cooldowns of clobber and howl didn't line up properly and he nuked me with a howl buffed surge. Until then I'd only taken a raked normal surge and a raked howled bite. Kept gnome to clean up the last 200 or so hp.

qudtlsdlddu wrote on 2016-10-05 03:08:29

For me, Blitz doesn't give any damage.
Rabbit works well. After Chromadon casts Howl, use burrow or dodge. that is it.

Gráinne

wrote on 2016-10-10 20:12:21

If the Surge of Power crits under Howl, it would bring the Gnome to zero and trigger Failsafe. That's a 1 in 20 chance, though.

Clockwork Gnome's Blitz hits for 207 against Dragonkin, and you are guaranteed 2 hits, with a 50% chance of a third, each round, so you will do either 414 or 621 damage each round, without crits. If you are using a different pet with Blitz, the numbers would be different, but perhaps more important, if not using a Mechanical, that Surge of Power would hit hard.

Aranesh

wrote on 2016-10-11 03:48:17

The Clockwork Gnome only comes in one breed, it should be the same for everyone. I'd be curious if you perhaps used a different pet with Blitz?

Szuzsika wrote on 2016-10-11 05:19:32

It can happen if the hit crits, it happened to me 1-2 times, but other than that it worked

WIkanne wrote on 2016-10-12 21:05:17

If you start with Unborn Val'Kyr and use Haunt to speed things up a bit, then switch to Clockwork Gnome and try to use blitz, it will be blocked, every turn until haunt is off. Not sure if this is a bug or what.

Anonymous wrote on 2016-10-16 11:45:14

it's probably because he has the 'magic scales' buff that ignores attacks that do more than 250 dmg

Wikanne wrote on 2016-10-16 20:13:56

I totally missread that magic scale buff. That makes sens now.

Mergas wrote on 2017-07-30 17:27:17

Strategy worked fine for me. I threw in a Build Turret to speed things up a bit, it falls under the "magic scales" buff damage level.

Nalli wrote on 2017-05-21 22:22:39

Level 1 to 6 during Bonus Week w/hat on (899 xp)...I used a DM Zep (Anything with decoy would work), decoyed, swapped in lvl 1, swapped in Gnome and followed Strat above... :)

Riverdude wrote on 2017-05-21 11:51:06

For Bloodgazer Team Rumble I used Amethyst Spiderling (2,2,2) starting with Poison Spit, Brittle Webbing, Spiderling Swarm filling with Poison Spit keeping Brittle Webbing on cooldown until spiderling dies.
Ash Spiderling (2,2,2) starting with Spiderling Swarm if Chromadon is still webbed, and using same rotation as Amethyst Spiderling thereafter.
Never had to use my Bloodgazer (1,1,2) but planned to start with Warning Squawk, followed by Falcosuar Swarm!

Anonymous wrote on 2017-03-26 13:07:37

today i received 4k xp with a lvl 20 pet on this battle.

Ziv wrote on 2017-03-26 14:22:28

Just got 368 xp with hat using a level 14 Hungering Claw, how the hell did you get 4k?

Maulrats wrote on 2017-03-26 19:05:06

Same, I just received 339 xp with the hat on

Eekwibble wrote on 2017-03-27 00:06:32

Just tested it myself with a lvl20 w/ hat on: 319xp.
Hearthed back to Dalaran and used the same pet in the Splint Jr. fight: 319xp.
Shame, since it's the 4th appearance by Splint Jr. in 5 days...

Truidiata wrote on 2017-04-19 03:25:38

Difference in XP might be due to the Pet Battle XP event that cycles with other Legion events

Anonymous wrote on 2016-10-30 18:22:18

Doesn't give a ton of experience or anything, but you can put a level pet in slot one to eat the howl and eliminate a bit more rng that way

Anonymous wrote on 2017-02-07 13:29:03

Safari hat + Pet Bonus week gets a level 1 to level 6

Eekwibble wrote on 2017-02-10 11:06:57

Plus, you can put a lvl1 magic pet in slot 2 to eat the howl, then switch to CG. It's not massive xp, but on bonus weeks, it's pointless to throw easy xp away.

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