What a boring boss. Nothing against the strat, just a let down when compared to Wailing Caverns and Gnomeregan. The last two bosses of the other dungeons can be killed without significant trouble using unique or interesting strategies, but this boss is just beaten by standard strong pets that do damage.
Usually when I see a 5 and 8 round cool down on a move and the strat says "use on cool down" i laugh. You don't usually get to use those again. On this however I did. MPD still didn't survive the fight but the Teroclaw finished it.
I used Darkmoon Zepplin and Darkmoon Tonk
Missle until leftovers second round of stun, then decoy and missle until Darkmoon zepplin respawns. Then explode, finish him off with Darkmoon tonks Ion ability.
Using Teroclaw Hatchling doesn't seem necessary here. The Dragonling does so well (will more than likely solo the fight every single time), you can probably use whatever 2 other pets you want. I would suggest Dragonkins.
I was still able to use the alternatives for the majority of the fights. I have 3 max level Teroclaw Hatchlings, but ended up only using 1 of them. For this fight. But I didn't even look into the alternatives on this site for this, so it's possible I may not have even needed it for this fight. What I'm saying is, definitely look into the alternatives for each fight. Some of them are just as good, if not better, than the first team that shows.
The way your Teroclaw Hatchling is used in these fights is designed to keep it alive for multiple fights. It shouldn't die after the first, second, or even third time you use it if you follow the steps properly
This is a fun strategy, very similar to the one posted by Elimae on 6/17/17 for Foe Reaper 50. Poor Leftovers are pecked to death while napping. It's slow, but you can use any level/breed/variety of Turkey, as long as they have Peck and Food Coma. Thanks for prompting me to try it out on Cookie's Leftovers, as well, Boberry.
Yes, this fight is fine. I don't think the Teroclaw nerf will impact too many individual strats anyway. I don't know of any PvE strats where the Teroclaw retires to the back line to heal, which is the main functionality that will be nerfed. I never used NW for the Flowing Spirit, for example. However, in the dungeons, it will be necessary to use Ravage well if you want to keep re-using it on multiple battles, and that's hard to explain in a table.