^

There's nothing here. Check other strategies to find hidden treasure.
vs. Alran Heartshade

Strategy added by Nadiv

1

Average rating:

0

Ratings:

0

Strategy 11 of 20
Browse all alternatives

Incl. steps:

Click the button to copy the script into your clipboard:

use(Peck:112) [enemy(#2).dead && enemy(#3).dead]
use(Hoof:493) [enemy(#2).dead && enemy(#3).dead]
use(Lovestruck:772) [!enemy(#1).active]
use(Pheromones:1063) [!enemy.aura(Pheromones:1064).exists]
change(#3) [enemy(#1).ability(Fade:1084).duration > 2 && self(#1).hp < 1000 && self(#3).ability(Bleat:539).usable]
change(#3) [enemy(#1).ability(Fade:1084).duration > 2 && self(#2).hp < 1000 && self(#3).ability(Bleat:539).usable]
use(Bleat:539)
use(Tranquility:254) [!enemy(#1).ability(Fade:1084).usable && self(#1).hp < 750 && !self.aura(Tranquility:255).exists]
use(Tranquility:254) [!enemy(#1).ability(Fade:1084).usable && self(#2).hp < 750 && !self.aura(Tranquility:255).exists]
change(#1) [self(#2).ability(Pheromones:1063).duration > 1]
change(#2) [self(#1).ability(Pheromones:1063).duration > 1]
change(#1) [self(#1).ability(Pheromones:1063).usable]
change(#2) [self(#2).ability(Pheromones:1063).usable]
use(Peck:112) [enemy(#1).hp > 500]
standby
Alran Heartshade 160206
Special or not:0Special or not:111115118571015110

Skills: 1 1 1
Breed: Any

Lovebird Hatchling
This pet can have the following breeds:

Breed Health Power Speed
SS 1400 260 325


Special or not:0Special or not:111115118571015110

Skills: 1 1 1
Breed: Any

Lovebird Hatchling
This pet can have the following breeds:

Breed Health Power Speed
SS 1400 260 325


Special or not:0Special or not:6111191311074119130

Skills: 1 1 1
Breed: Any

Gleamhoof Fawn
This pet can have the following breeds:

Breed Health Power Speed
BB 1481 276 276
PP 1400 325 260
SS 1400 260 325
HS 1546 260 289
PB 1465 289 273
SB 1465 273 289


Substitutes:

1
1
Note: You have selected a substitute pet.
The strategy might fail if you use it with this pet instead of the one the strategy creator intended.

The substitute finder looks for these criteria in relation to the original pet:
  • Same family
  • Has the required skills
  • Has the required stats (if specified)
  • Ignores specific breed requirements for the main pet, as breeds can be very different for substitutes

1 / 6

The fight is very very long (75+ turns), but there is no RNG (always wins)

Using script is recommended as it's all priority based.

How does it work: The enemy Imp (Frill) is almost harmless to critters. The idea is to keep him as enemy front pet (he uses Fade and next turn you stun the pet you don't want to see and Frill comes back) and to kill enemy backline pets with Pheromones. A fawn provides needed healing.

Any fawn type and breed works, but the more power it has, the better it works (best is P/P Gleamhoof Fawn) - more power = more healing = less turns wasted on healing.

The strategy works with 1 lovebird, but the script won't work in this case. Pheromones' going to have lower uptime and the bird'll need more healing. The fight is going to last even longer. With 1 lovebird I'd use additional fawn for faster healing.

Medium XP
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.
Long
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.
Tricky
Some instructions are more difficult to follow than others. That's exactly what you might find in this strategy!
TD Script
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.
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
1103589
2113812
3114010
4114183
5124331
6124455
7134554
8134628
9144678
10144703
11154703
12164678
13174628
14174554
15184455
16194331
17194183
18204010
19213812
20223589
21223341
22233069
23242772
24251980

Safari Hat

Lesser Pet Treat

Pet Treat

Darkmoon Hat

Pet Battle Week

















=

Pet levels to 25 with minimal XP lost

Strategy Details
N/A
No duration for this strategy is available. If you want to help by adding data, please log in or register an account.
N/A
Number of rounds for this strategy is not available. If you want to help by adding data, please log in or register an account.
10337
Pageviews. This number indicates how often this strategy has been accessed by visitors.
2020-02-04 12:33:41
The strategy was last updated on this date.
2019-12-26 00:56:27
The strategy was created on this date.
Tamer Details
33.0 23.1 (TomTom)
Medium XP
This fight provides a medium amount of experience. It can be worth leveling pets with this strategy. You can see detailed values by hovering over the XP tag.
Priority 1
Lovestruck if enemy switched pet with Fade

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
Lovebird Hatchling
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Lovebird Hatchling
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Gleamhoof Fawn
Hoof
Tranquility
Bleat
Pass
Bring in your Lovebird Hatchling
Bring in your Lovebird Hatchling
Bring in your Gleamhoof Fawn
Swap to your Lovebird Hatchling
Swap to your Lovebird Hatchling
Swap to your Gleamhoof Fawn
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Lovebird Hatchling
Lovebird Hatchling
Gleamhoof Fawn
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Hoof
Tranquility
Bleat
Priority 2
Pheromones if not active (skip if Frill is the only pet alive)

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
Lovebird Hatchling
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Lovebird Hatchling
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Gleamhoof Fawn
Hoof
Tranquility
Bleat
Pass
Bring in your Lovebird Hatchling
Bring in your Lovebird Hatchling
Bring in your Gleamhoof Fawn
Swap to your Lovebird Hatchling
Swap to your Lovebird Hatchling
Swap to your Gleamhoof Fawn
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Lovebird Hatchling
Lovebird Hatchling
Gleamhoof Fawn
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Hoof
Tranquility
Bleat
Priority 3
Swap to your other Lovebird Hatchling if your Pheromones is on CD and your pets don't need healing

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
Lovebird Hatchling
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Lovebird Hatchling
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Gleamhoof Fawn
Hoof
Tranquility
Bleat
Pass
Bring in your Lovebird Hatchling
Bring in your Lovebird Hatchling
Bring in your Gleamhoof Fawn
Swap to your Lovebird Hatchling
Swap to your Lovebird Hatchling
Swap to your Gleamhoof Fawn
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Lovebird Hatchling
Lovebird Hatchling
Gleamhoof Fawn
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Hoof
Tranquility
Bleat
Priority 4
Swap to your Gleamhoof Fawn if enemy's Fade has CD 3+ and you need healing

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
Lovebird Hatchling
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Lovebird Hatchling
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Gleamhoof Fawn
Hoof
Tranquility
Bleat
Pass
Bring in your Lovebird Hatchling
Bring in your Lovebird Hatchling
Bring in your Gleamhoof Fawn
Swap to your Lovebird Hatchling
Swap to your Lovebird Hatchling
Swap to your Gleamhoof Fawn
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Lovebird Hatchling
Lovebird Hatchling
Gleamhoof Fawn
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Hoof
Tranquility
Bleat
Priority 5

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
Lovebird Hatchling
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Lovebird Hatchling
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Gleamhoof Fawn
Hoof
Tranquility
Bleat
Pass
Bring in your Lovebird Hatchling
Bring in your Lovebird Hatchling
Bring in your Gleamhoof Fawn
Swap to your Lovebird Hatchling
Swap to your Lovebird Hatchling
Swap to your Gleamhoof Fawn
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Lovebird Hatchling
Lovebird Hatchling
Gleamhoof Fawn
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Hoof
Tranquility
Bleat
Priority 6
Tranquility if you need more healing

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
Lovebird Hatchling
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Lovebird Hatchling
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Gleamhoof Fawn
Hoof
Tranquility
Bleat
Pass
Bring in your Lovebird Hatchling
Bring in your Lovebird Hatchling
Bring in your Gleamhoof Fawn
Swap to your Lovebird Hatchling
Swap to your Lovebird Hatchling
Swap to your Gleamhoof Fawn
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Lovebird Hatchling
Lovebird Hatchling
Gleamhoof Fawn
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Hoof
Tranquility
Bleat
Priority 7
Peck if enemy imp has > 450 hp or Frill is the only enemy pet alive

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
Lovebird Hatchling
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Lovebird Hatchling
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Gleamhoof Fawn
Hoof
Tranquility
Bleat
Pass
Bring in your Lovebird Hatchling
Bring in your Lovebird Hatchling
Bring in your Gleamhoof Fawn
Swap to your Lovebird Hatchling
Swap to your Lovebird Hatchling
Swap to your Gleamhoof Fawn
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Lovebird Hatchling
Lovebird Hatchling
Gleamhoof Fawn
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Peck
Lovestruck
Pheromones
Hoof
Tranquility
Bleat

He might win by style alone!




4 Comments (EN)

Show first:


You must be logged in to vote on comments

1

You must be logged in to vote on comments

Remte

wrote on 2020-02-04 17:46:52

If you don't have two Lovebirds, you can use 1/1/2 Void-Scarred Beetle, with no specific timing on the latest ability but I was using it during or just before Frill's Fade as it timed that way to me initially and the first Ruddy's round is "idle" anyway. It will make the ending a bit more different, not only just because of less AoE but also because instead of Ruddy, it will be Wanderer who remains alive longer, but at least to me, I noticed that Ruddy had <100 HP (could be RNG?), so I put VSB in, put Void Crash, one-shot Ruddy and had Wanderer stunned next round.
Not saying that's the best outcome for this setup (how dare I), just what I noticed while passing by. (edited)
You must be logged in to vote on comments

1

You must be logged in to vote on comments

RomanV#11719

wrote on 2020-01-15 21:52:16

The fight is long, but it is 100% effective, it is almost impossible to lose.
You must be logged in to vote on comments

1

You must be logged in to vote on comments

BluePrincess wrote on 2020-01-15 21:47:55

it worked once i understood it. keep Pheromones up, kill background pets, imp is easy does little damage, don't do damage to imp. Keep Pheromones up, if imp's fade cooldown still in play, and you have 2 or 3 rounds left on you Pheromones, go to fawn cast Tranquility, and after, bring up a lovebird that doesn't have the cooldown on attacks, if imp is about to use fade, put in lovebird, because you want to stun next pet after he fades. keep tranquility up when you can (2 or 3 rounds left on Pheromones and fade still on cooldown) But always keep up Pheromones, as much as possible #1 thing in fight, once his 2 pets die in background (they hit way hard and you dont want to fight them) then do damage to the imp.

and keep up the Pheromones - :D
You must be logged in to vote on comments

1

You must be logged in to vote on comments

(OP) Nadiv

wrote on 2020-01-16 03:00:10

Don't let Frill use Fade when you cannot stun the enemy pet (your current Lovebird has it on CD, or you are on your fawn) and you don't need to use Tranquility at all - Bleat provides enough healing if you keep an eye of your hp.
Next run I need to check number of turns between Fades and I should be able to remove Tranquility from the script (it isn't used right after going out of CD).

BTW: Tranquility if good if you're about to switch to lower hp lovebird, but it depends on stun CD (edited)
You must be logged in to vote on comments

1

You must be logged in to vote on comments

Fink wrote on 2020-01-15 19:05:02

Son of Sethe almost carry's this battle by itself, i used court scribe to swap in and remove the magma trap and put in curse of doom, then dead mans party with macabre marionette
You must be logged in to vote on comments

1

You must be logged in to vote on comments

Torbash

wrote on 2020-03-05 23:21:12

Post the strat for it so it shows as an alternative.
You must be logged in to vote on comments

1

You must be logged in to vote on comments

Gráinne

wrote on 2020-03-06 03:01:05

I just checked. Son of Sethe was a favourite of mine many years ago. It's like a Ruby Droplet, and both of those are like a Blood Death Knight - they keep on taking hits, heal themselves ip and keep coming. So I thought I'd see.

It works, and I did get a log, but it's very long - 54 rounds - and the Trap RNG makes it awkward to formulate into a deterministic strategy. I don't feel like tackling it now, but if anyone does, contact me on the Discord and I'll send you my log.

The basic ideas are:
- use Scribe's Consume Magic to clear the trap
- Son of Sethe Touch of the Animus, Drain Blood when half-health, else Absorb is slow but deadly
- Scribe's Curse of Doom against the Humanoids
- I used Marionette's D&D under the Stampede