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The Tanaan Jungle

The Tanaan Jungle which was added in patch 6.2 brings with it 15 new pet battles: The Tiny Terrors of Tanaan!

These pets are similar to the Beasts of Fable, yet have different mechanics with them.

Instead of being very strong on their own they bring some colleagues from the area around them, just like any other pet battle out in the wild. Those are chosen randomly which makes the fight a bit different every single time.

The legendary pets themselves always face you up first, and they have their very own skillsets. Most notably they all share one ability though: Fel Corruption. Not only does it damage your whole team considerably, but it also buffs the enemy pets in the back line massively. With the three round cooldown it means you need to finish the legendary pet fast or this spell alone will dismantle your team.

On the right you will find a suggested route that you can follow to farm the Terrors. It works both on ground as well as with a flying mount, no matter if you start from the Horde or Alliance camp. The menu on the left follows the same order.

Thanks go to Zoltar for providing the route and to Margosch for adding TomTom waypoints:

/way 25.04, 76.21 Chaos Pup
/way 15.74, 44.44 Bleakclaw
/way 26.14, 31.60 Felsworn Sentry
/way 31.37, 38.06 Cursed Spirit
/way 42.23, 71.79 Mirecroak
/way 43.37, 84.44 Tainted Maulclaw
/way 55.90. 80.76 Felfly
/way 53.01, 65.21 Corrupted Thundertail
/way 47.33, 52.78 Dreadwalker
/way 44.03, 45.72 Vile Blood
/way 48.37, 35.47 Netherfist
/way 48.07, 33.02 Skrillix (Cave)
/way 54.07, 29.83 Dark Gazer
/way 57.73 37.34 Direflame
/way 75.45, 37.36 Defiled Earth

(or if you prefer to have this in Macros, check out this amazing macro set created by Prudentius)

Once you beat all of the Terrors of Tanaan, a new achievement will be yours: Tiny Terrors in Tanaan.

But there is more to have. Although there is no quest from a quest hub associated with them, you can simply fight against them where they are and once per day you will get Fel-Touched Pet Supplies as reward for every legendary pet you beat. Apart from the usual convenience items, the satchels can contain a few new pets:

Zangar Spore
Nightmare Bell
Periwinkle Calf
Seaborne Spore


Below you will find a list of pets that are suitable to beat all Beasts of Fable. You do not necessarily need those pets, but with them you can use the first alternative listed here on every fight:

#

Name

Occurrences

1.

Anubisath Idol

Humanoid

7

Level PetAnubisath Idol is used against:
Cursed Spirit
Felfly
Dark Gazer
Defiled Earth
Bleakclaw
Corrupted Thundertail
Netherfist

2.

Emerald Proto-Whelp

Dragonkin

7

Level PetEmerald Proto-Whelp is used against:
Felsworn Sentry
Cursed Spirit
Skrillix
Defiled Earth
Bleakclaw
Netherfist
Vile Blood of Draenor

3.

Ikky

Flying

4

Level PetIkky is used against:
Felsworn Sentry
Defiled Earth
Tainted Maulclaw
Mirecroak

4.

Zandalari Anklerender

Beast

4

Level PetZandalari Anklerender is used against:
Dark Gazer
Corrupted Thundertail
Netherfist
Dreadwalker

5.

Chrominius

Dragonkin

3

Level PetChrominius is used against:
Felfly
Dark Gazer
Bleakclaw

6.

Unborn Val'kyr

Undead

2

Level PetUnborn Val'kyr is used against:
Felsworn Sentry
Skrillix

7.

Voodoo Figurine

Undead

1

Level PetVoodoo Figurine is used against:
Direflame

8.

Cockroach

Critter

1

Level PetCockroach is used against:
Direflame

9.

Any Roach

Critter

1

Level PetAny Roach is used against:
Direflame

10.

Red Cricket

Critter

1

Level PetRed Cricket is used against:
Cursed Spirit

11.

Scourged Whelpling

Undead

1

Level PetScourged Whelpling is used against:
Vile Blood of Draenor

12.

Darkmoon Zeppelin

Mechanical

1

Level PetDarkmoon Zeppelin is used against:
Dreadwalker

13.

Draenei Micro Defender

Mechanical

1

Level PetDraenei Micro Defender is used against:
Chaos Pup

14.

Stitched Pup

Undead

1

Level PetStitched Pup is used against:
Skrillix





Anonymous wrote on 12/28/2016

Is there a reason for going from Mirecroak all the way to Cursed Spirit and then going back to Chaos Pup? Chaos Pup is so close to Mirecroak, it makes more sense to me to go Mirecroak -> Chaos Pup -> Bleakclaw -> Felsworn Sentry -> Cursed Spirit.

Aranesh

responded on 12/28/2016

To be honest, no there is no particular reason. This route was suggested to me quite some time ago and I just stuck with it. Of course you can go do them whichever route you prefer :-)

Prudentius wrote on 11/20/2016

A P/P Dream Whelpling has the same moveset and stats as a P/P Emerald Proto-Whelp. I know Wowhead is claiming only a B/B breed exists, but I have a P/P so the data is incomplete.

Gráinne responded on 11/21/2016

Wowhead indeed hasn't caught up. It still shows B/B Dream Whelpling, which is just what they always put as a placeholder until they get around to it. There isn't a B/B.

While the Dream Whelpling has the same stats as an EPW, it doesn't have exactly the same moveset, but you can choose Emerald Bite, Emerald Presence and Emerald Dream in the same slots you would find them on an EPW, so it is a suitable replacement for the EPW in Tanaan.

Prudentius wrote on 11/19/2016

I would suggest reversing the order of the waypoints as the last entered is always the first waypoint TomTom points to. Alternatively there is a 5 macro set on the Tiny Terrors in Tanaan achievement page on Wowhead. http://www.wowhead.com/achievement=10052/tiny-terrors-in-tanaan#comments:id=2217660

Aranesh

responded on 11/22/2016

Very good thought. I changed it accordingly and added a link to your comment :) Thank you!

Storm wrote on 08/06/2016

Would you perhaps indicate the breeds for the pets you recommended? I'm about to buy a Zandalari Anklerender, but I'm unsure which breed to buy. Thanks!

Aranesh

responded on 08/06/2016

Hey!
Wherever a specific breed is required, I make a special note on the strategy page. About 99% of my strategies however do not require specific breeds. I'm aware of some mistakes especially with Direflame and will fix those today.
For the Anklerender, it's really hard to say. Many prefer the P/P breed, while others the P/S. I don't really have a strong opinion on it to be honest.

Storm responded on 08/07/2016

Sweet, thanks!

t00t wrote on 06/29/2016

its time to create new teams when pre patch nefs the howl bombs :(

Aranesh

responded on 06/30/2016

Yes... it's almost time. I already stopped adding any strategy involving howlbomb and will overhaul all those including one, once the pre-patch draws closer :/

Anonymous wrote on 06/05/2016

You can actually defeat every single Tanaan Terror with the same Pandaren Water Spirit / Chromius / Emerald Proto Whelp (preferably P/P) team.

Typical "howl bomb" strat at the start of each fight. Water Spirit - Geyser - Whirlpool - Switch to Chromius - Howl - Bite (if it will kill the elite pet) - Surge of Power otherwise. You then just camp with your Emerald Proto Whelp (Emerald Dream, Ancient Blessing) until the Fel Corruption buff is off the extra enemy pets. Over 50% of the extra pets are Flying, so Emerald Proto Whelp's Emerald Bite plus Dragonkin racial eats them alive.

There are three of the fights which need slightly different strategies
- Mirecroak - He will cast Frog Kiss on the 3rd and 4th turns (the turns you would be switching to Chromius and casting Howl on). If you get hexed by either of the Frog Kisses, just forfeit and restart.
- Netherfist - He will cast Haymaker on turn 2. If that lands (i.e. he doesn't get stunned) - forfeit the fight, because he will kill your Chromius before getting Howl off.

Other than that, you can just turret the same team for all of those fights - at least until 7.0 and the Howl Bomb nerfs.

Remte wrote on 03/03/2016

http://s16.postimg.org/ltthy76kz/Wo_WScrn_Shot_030316_194444.jpg
(Both P/P, by the way.)

All expressions you can think about are not appropiate for this friendly website. :)

Remte wrote on 02/26/2016

A little note to each of the Corgi strats. Avoid these pesky fireflies with a Dazzling Dance. Yes I've met one.

You can swap them aswell to the third pet but when both have that thing… :S

EDIT: Weee, Plushie!

Remte wrote on 01/23/2016

What happened to the general fight recommendations? TL;DR? :P

Nevertheless, these opponents are outspeeded by Molten Corgi (S < 325):
* Defiled Earth
* Netherfist
* Dreadwalker
* Corrupted Thundertail
* Felsworn Sentry

Currently the Corgi herdings are put among the guides anyway, only Dreadwalker has no one. :)

EDIT: And switch here Mudclaw to Maulclaw. :P

Aranesh

responded on 01/24/2016

Fixed the typo :-) And some of the general advice here flew out because once you fight against a Tanaan legendary pet, using a strategy here, the rest should become quite apparent, I think.

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