I have adjusted the TD Script for this fight because I for the most part disagree with using Geyser after he has revived. Most of the time this will just waste a round as your Water Spirit is able to finish him with Dive or Water Jet anyway. In the rare occurrence that the Water Spirit would die, a standard attack or two from any level 25 should be enough (try not to get countered though, as you take AoE throughout the fight). This is my first TD script so let me know if you have some feedback.
if [self(Pandaren Water Spirit:868).active]
use(Dive:564) [enemy.aura(Mechanical:244).exists & enemy.hp>141]
use(Water Jet:118) [enemy.aura(Mechanical:244).exists]
I brought in a L18 Pandaren Fire Spirit in first place and had him cast Burn. Then switched him out for my first Pandaren Water Spirit and followed the details above. When he died, I brought in a second L25 Pandaren Water Spirit and picked up where the first one left off. It worked well. Thanks for the strategy, Xu-Fu.
Throughout this dungeon, you will see Teroclaw Hatchling and Anypet as your 2nd and 3rd options. Pick pets with Wish as your 3rd option. I prefer the Hyjal Wisp with Evasion and Wish. The evasion allows you a round of freedom to cast wish if when need it. It also allows you to dodge things like Whirlpool. Also remember, park your Teroclaw on low health but with Nature's Ward active. NW still heals it on the bench. Between Wish and NW, you should never lose your Hatchling.
Other pets with Wish, Celestial Calf, Magic Lamp, Magical Crawdad and Zao
I found this strat on the web and used it. It worked like a charm. I used it for all 3 boss fights. Two turkeys. Peck and Food Coma. Food coma > switch turkey > peck, food coma > switch turkey - continue until the boss is dead. Turkeys take no damage at all because the boss is constantly stunned with food coma.
This is an absolutely delightful strategy! Poor Foe Reaper!! Can you imagine being pecked to death while you were napping? I'd love to see it listed as an official alternate.
I did have to modify it slightly; I don't know if the cooldown on Food Coma has been changed or what, but I had to use three Turkeys. That way, I could do the Peck, Food Coma, switch, Peck Food Coma, switch, ad infinitum. With only two Turkeys, they were getting hit while waiting for Food Coma to be available again.
Thanks so much for the strategy, Elimae, and thanks for the website, Xu-Fu.
Well... you were right anyways. You can only get Broot as a druid. You can't put him in a cage, and the item to learn him is bound in pickup. You can, however, use him with any character after learning him. So the "got him off the ah" part is wrong at least.