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Jarrun's Ladder 105455
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Skills: 2 2 2
Breed: Any

Teroclaw Hatchling
This pet can have the following breeds:

Breed Health Power Speed
HP 1546 289 260


Special or not:0Special or not:18212421613144210

Skills: 2 1 2
Breed: Any

Crimson Moth
This pet can have the following breeds:

Breed Health Power Speed
BB 1481 292 260
HS 1546 276 273
HB 1546 289 257


1 ZR3 16

Any Level 20+ Flyer

Skills: Any
Breed: Any

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High 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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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!
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Rounds: 20
Number of rounds this fight lasts. This value is calculated from user entries. Actual rounds can vary depending on your playstyle.

Number of entries: 1
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
1135981
2136353
3146683
4146971
5147219
6157425
7157590
8167714
9167796
10177838
11177838
12187796
13197714
14197590
15207425
16207219
17216971
18226683
19226353
20235981
21235569
22245115
23253900
24251980

Safari Hat

Lesser Pet Treat

Pet Treat

Darkmoon Hat

Pet Battle Week

















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Pet levels to 25 with minimal XP lost

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Additional XP above level 25 is lost

Strategy Details
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20
The number of rounds for this fight was calculated from user submissions. It might be inaccurate because there have been only a few of them.

Number of entries: 1
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2017-05-27 03:09:32
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2017-05-27 03:09:32
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Tamer Details
Stormheim 56.8 46.2 (TomTom / Map Pin)
High XP
This fight provides a lot of pet experience. If possible to safely bring a low level pet in, it is worth doing so. You can see detailed values by hovering over the XP tag.
Turn 1

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
Teroclaw Hatchling
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Crimson Moth
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Any Level 20+ Flyer
Pass
Bring in your Teroclaw Hatchling
Bring in your Crimson Moth
Bring in your Flying pet
Swap to your Teroclaw Hatchling
Swap to your Crimson Moth
Swap to your Flying pet
Mist Wraith comes in
Crawdead comes in
Gnaw comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Teroclaw Hatchling
Crimson Moth
Any Flyer
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Gnaw
Crawdead
Mist Wraith
Turn 2

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
Teroclaw Hatchling
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Crimson Moth
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Any Level 20+ Flyer
Pass
Bring in your Teroclaw Hatchling
Bring in your Crimson Moth
Bring in your Flying pet
Swap to your Teroclaw Hatchling
Swap to your Crimson Moth
Swap to your Flying pet
Mist Wraith comes in
Crawdead comes in
Gnaw comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Teroclaw Hatchling
Crimson Moth
Any Flyer
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Gnaw
Crawdead
Mist Wraith
Turn 3
Nature's Ward

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
Teroclaw Hatchling
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Crimson Moth
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Any Level 20+ Flyer
Pass
Bring in your Teroclaw Hatchling
Bring in your Crimson Moth
Bring in your Flying pet
Swap to your Teroclaw Hatchling
Swap to your Crimson Moth
Swap to your Flying pet
Mist Wraith comes in
Crawdead comes in
Gnaw comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Teroclaw Hatchling
Crimson Moth
Any Flyer
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Gnaw
Crawdead
Mist Wraith
Turns 4+
Keep Nature's Ward active and use Alpha Strike until Teroclaw Hatchling dies

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
Teroclaw Hatchling
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Crimson Moth
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Any Level 20+ Flyer
Pass
Bring in your Teroclaw Hatchling
Bring in your Crimson Moth
Bring in your Flying pet
Swap to your Teroclaw Hatchling
Swap to your Crimson Moth
Swap to your Flying pet
Mist Wraith comes in
Crawdead comes in
Gnaw comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Teroclaw Hatchling
Crimson Moth
Any Flyer
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Gnaw
Crawdead
Mist Wraith
Bring in your Crimson Moth

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
Teroclaw Hatchling
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Crimson Moth
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Any Level 20+ Flyer
Pass
Bring in your Teroclaw Hatchling
Bring in your Crimson Moth
Bring in your Flying pet
Swap to your Teroclaw Hatchling
Swap to your Crimson Moth
Swap to your Flying pet
Mist Wraith comes in
Crawdead comes in
Gnaw comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Teroclaw Hatchling
Crimson Moth
Any Flyer
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Gnaw
Crawdead
Mist Wraith
Turn 1

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
Teroclaw Hatchling
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Crimson Moth
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Any Level 20+ Flyer
Pass
Bring in your Teroclaw Hatchling
Bring in your Crimson Moth
Bring in your Flying pet
Swap to your Teroclaw Hatchling
Swap to your Crimson Moth
Swap to your Flying pet
Mist Wraith comes in
Crawdead comes in
Gnaw comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Teroclaw Hatchling
Crimson Moth
Any Flyer
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Gnaw
Crawdead
Mist Wraith
Turns 2+
Alpha Strike until Crawdead is dead

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
Teroclaw Hatchling
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Crimson Moth
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Any Level 20+ Flyer
Pass
Bring in your Teroclaw Hatchling
Bring in your Crimson Moth
Bring in your Flying pet
Swap to your Teroclaw Hatchling
Swap to your Crimson Moth
Swap to your Flying pet
Mist Wraith comes in
Crawdead comes in
Gnaw comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Teroclaw Hatchling
Crimson Moth
Any Flyer
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Gnaw
Crawdead
Mist Wraith
Gnaw comes in

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
Teroclaw Hatchling
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Crimson Moth
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Any Level 20+ Flyer
Pass
Bring in your Teroclaw Hatchling
Bring in your Crimson Moth
Bring in your Flying pet
Swap to your Teroclaw Hatchling
Swap to your Crimson Moth
Swap to your Flying pet
Mist Wraith comes in
Crawdead comes in
Gnaw comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Teroclaw Hatchling
Crimson Moth
Any Flyer
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Gnaw
Crawdead
Mist Wraith
Turn 1

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
Teroclaw Hatchling
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Crimson Moth
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Any Level 20+ Flyer
Pass
Bring in your Teroclaw Hatchling
Bring in your Crimson Moth
Bring in your Flying pet
Swap to your Teroclaw Hatchling
Swap to your Crimson Moth
Swap to your Flying pet
Mist Wraith comes in
Crawdead comes in
Gnaw comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Teroclaw Hatchling
Crimson Moth
Any Flyer
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Gnaw
Crawdead
Mist Wraith
Turn 2

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
Teroclaw Hatchling
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Crimson Moth
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Any Level 20+ Flyer
Pass
Bring in your Teroclaw Hatchling
Bring in your Crimson Moth
Bring in your Flying pet
Swap to your Teroclaw Hatchling
Swap to your Crimson Moth
Swap to your Flying pet
Mist Wraith comes in
Crawdead comes in
Gnaw comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Teroclaw Hatchling
Crimson Moth
Any Flyer
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Gnaw
Crawdead
Mist Wraith
Turns 3+
Use Moth Dust and Cocoon Strike on cooldown, otherwise Alpha Strike

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
Teroclaw Hatchling
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Crimson Moth
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Any Level 20+ Flyer
Pass
Bring in your Teroclaw Hatchling
Bring in your Crimson Moth
Bring in your Flying pet
Swap to your Teroclaw Hatchling
Swap to your Crimson Moth
Swap to your Flying pet
Mist Wraith comes in
Crawdead comes in
Gnaw comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Teroclaw Hatchling
Crimson Moth
Any Flyer
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Gnaw
Crawdead
Mist Wraith

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
Teroclaw Hatchling
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Crimson Moth
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Any Level 20+ Flyer
Pass
Bring in your Teroclaw Hatchling
Bring in your Crimson Moth
Bring in your Flying pet
Swap to your Teroclaw Hatchling
Swap to your Crimson Moth
Swap to your Flying pet
Mist Wraith comes in
Crawdead comes in
Gnaw comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Teroclaw Hatchling
Crimson Moth
Any Flyer
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Gnaw
Crawdead
Mist Wraith
If required, clean up with your third Flyer

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
Teroclaw Hatchling
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Crimson Moth
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Any Level 20+ Flyer
Pass
Bring in your Teroclaw Hatchling
Bring in your Crimson Moth
Bring in your Flying pet
Swap to your Teroclaw Hatchling
Swap to your Crimson Moth
Swap to your Flying pet
Mist Wraith comes in
Crawdead comes in
Gnaw comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Teroclaw Hatchling
Crimson Moth
Any Flyer
Alpha Strike
Nature's Ward
Ravage
Alpha Strike
Cocoon Strike
Moth Dust
Gnaw
Crawdead
Mist Wraith

I somehow question his abilities as a trapper, considering most of his pets are not exactly alive.




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spottsy

wrote on 2020-11-12 19:57:57

Had to use a third pet in shadowlands prepatch but easliy beat the fight.
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Rhaom

wrote on 2018-07-28 16:12:14

Ashwing Moth (122), Cerulean Moth (111), Amberbarb Wasp (122)

Did not record the strat but it was very easy with this setup.
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Misty wrote on 2018-07-28 22:57:52

Worked perfectly first time. Didn't need to use amberbarb wasp. Thank you!
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Sanayrin

wrote on 2018-10-07 09:56:54

Ashwing soloed <3 Thanks for suggest!
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Kathleene wrote on 2017-10-09 15:45:59

This strategy worked very well for me, finishing up Flock Together as well as bringing my Stormwing within a brief battle of L25.

I'd like to caution folks, however, that all moths are not created equal. I used a Royal Moth in order to have one of the tested breeds. Pulled him into battle with his 2/1/2 abilities up and discovered that they didn't include Moth Dust or Cocoon Strike. Now, this strategy is strong enough that it wasn't a problem, and he took out Jarrun's last pet with a couple of hits; but I wanted folks to be aware of the issue in case you're having an RNG-hell of a day and really need those spells to win. It's always a good idea to read through the fight detail provided above before entering battle - something that I obviously didn't do this time (shamed face) - that way, you can double check that you have everything in place for the best possible outcome.

Thanks to Xu-Fu and all of the contributors for the great strategies and tips.

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Lunger wrote on 2017-09-03 21:36:48

Soloed with Teroclaw Hatchling (2,2,2).
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PruShendralar wrote on 2017-07-04 16:59:14

TD Script

if [enemy(#1).active]
ability(Alpha Strike) [self.round=1]
ability(Alpha Strike) [self.round=2]
ability(Nature's Ward) [self.round=3]
ability(Dodge) [self.round=4]
ability(Nature's Ward) [enemy.aura(Undead).exists]
ability(Alpha Strike)
endif
if [enemy(#2).active]
ability(Alpha Strike) [enemy.round=1]
ability(Alpha Strike) [enemy.round=2]
ability(Dodge) [enemy.round=3]
ability(Nature's Ward) [enemy.aura(Undead).exists]
ability(Alpha Strike)
endif
if [enemy(#3).active]
ability(Alpha Strike)
change(#2) [self(#1).dead]
endif
if [enemy(#3).active]
ability(Moth Dust) [self.round=1]
ability(Cocoon Strike) [self.round=2]
ability(Alpha Strike)
endif
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Arachnae wrote on 2017-06-22 07:24:40

If you got more then half health on Teroclaw when you reach Gnaw, open with dodge and alpha strike him to death with ease, shouldn't need a second pet then.
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Zashule wrote on 2017-05-16 16:06:01

Cerulean Moth is also not usable on this fight. Didn't check until I realized I had Call Lightning instead of Moth Dust
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Eric the Epic wrote on 2016-12-23 14:51:22

The Falcosaur's work well here. Direbeak (1 ,2 ,1), Bloodgazer (1, 1, 1), Sharptalon (1, 1, 1).
For the Mist Wraith: Swarm, Ironskin, Predatory Strike, Swarm, He comes back to life, Swarm ends.
Crawdead: Swarm, Swarm continues - He puts up Shell shield), Predatory Strike, Ironskin, Swarm, Swarm - Direbeak dies. Bring in Bloodgazer and use Predatory Strike, He comes back to life and shields, Swarm.
Gnaw: Swarm Continues, Swarm - Bloodgazer dies. Sharptalon comes in, Predatory Strike.


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Szuzsika wrote on 2016-10-18 10:04:55

If you're lucky and don't get any crits, when Gnaw comes in you can press dodge, so you won't get the reduced healing debuff and the dot from Ignite, and I managed to finish off all 3 pets with just the Teroclaw
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Gráinne

wrote on 2016-10-18 11:13:08

Yes, I just did that as well. The Teroclaw still even had its racial for its victory lap. :)
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Aleenka wrote on 2017-02-06 05:59:39

Yes agreed same thing happened to me :) Excellent site. Keep up the good work. Its very appreciated
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Radek wrote on 2016-09-24 04:39:32

I'd move Teroclaw's dodge up to where Crawdead comes in - as he'll use carpnado as first move, and with Teroclaw in elemental mode, it can do some brutal damage.
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Aranesh

wrote on 2016-09-23 20:57:30

Hey Radek!
Carpnado is an AOE that does about 200 damage on the Teroclaw (as Elemental). His Infected Claw however does 244 - 453 damage, and with the Dodge where it is you escape 2 of those, instead of just one Carpnado (because Crawdead uses Shell Shield directly afterwards).
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Aserium wrote on 2016-09-23 21:29:01

That strat worked fine. I also swapped in a lvl 10 flying pet during Crawdead's resurrect!