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Farmer Nishi 66734
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Skills: 1 2 2
Breed: Any

Eternal Strider
This pet can have the following breeds:

Breed Health Power Speed
PS 1400 273 305
SB 1465 257 305


>280

2 ZL 2 0 165

Any Level 2+ Pet

>165

Special or not:0Special or not:2012338553563380

Skills: * 1 2
Breed: Any

Darkmoon Tonk
This pet can have the following breeds:

Breed Health Power Speed
HP 1627 273 260


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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

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Old as pet battles themselves, credit uncertain.

High XP
Level 2+
You can use this strategy to carry a low level pet to give it experience.
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
1113988
2114235
3114455
4124648
5124813
6134950
7135060
8145143
9145198
10155225
11165225
12165198
13175143
14185060
15184950
16194813
17204648
18204455
19214235
20223988
21233713
22233410
23243080
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

Strategy last updated:
2020-01-06 13:35:20
Strategy created:
2018-06-02 19:33:34
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Turn 1
Eternal Strider
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Any Level 2+ Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Pass
Bring in your Eternal Strider
Bring in your Darkmoon Tonk
Bring in your Level Pet
Swap to your Eternal Strider
Swap to your Darkmoon Tonk
Swap to your Level Pet
Siren comes in
Toothbreaker comes in
Brood of Mothallus comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Eternal Strider
Level Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Brood of Mothallus
Toothbreaker
Siren
Turn 2
Eternal Strider
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Any Level 2+ Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Pass
Bring in your Eternal Strider
Bring in your Darkmoon Tonk
Bring in your Level Pet
Swap to your Eternal Strider
Swap to your Darkmoon Tonk
Swap to your Level Pet
Siren comes in
Toothbreaker comes in
Brood of Mothallus comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Eternal Strider
Level Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Brood of Mothallus
Toothbreaker
Siren
Turn 3+
Water Jet until Siren dies
Eternal Strider
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Any Level 2+ Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Pass
Bring in your Eternal Strider
Bring in your Darkmoon Tonk
Bring in your Level Pet
Swap to your Eternal Strider
Swap to your Darkmoon Tonk
Swap to your Level Pet
Siren comes in
Toothbreaker comes in
Brood of Mothallus comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Eternal Strider
Level Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Brood of Mothallus
Toothbreaker
Siren
Toothbreaker comes in
Eternal Strider
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Any Level 2+ Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Pass
Bring in your Eternal Strider
Bring in your Darkmoon Tonk
Bring in your Level Pet
Swap to your Eternal Strider
Swap to your Darkmoon Tonk
Swap to your Level Pet
Siren comes in
Toothbreaker comes in
Brood of Mothallus comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Eternal Strider
Level Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Brood of Mothallus
Toothbreaker
Siren
Turn 1
Eternal Strider
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Any Level 2+ Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Pass
Bring in your Eternal Strider
Bring in your Darkmoon Tonk
Bring in your Level Pet
Swap to your Eternal Strider
Swap to your Darkmoon Tonk
Swap to your Level Pet
Siren comes in
Toothbreaker comes in
Brood of Mothallus comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Eternal Strider
Level Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Brood of Mothallus
Toothbreaker
Siren
Turn 2
Eternal Strider
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Any Level 2+ Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Pass
Bring in your Eternal Strider
Bring in your Darkmoon Tonk
Bring in your Level Pet
Swap to your Eternal Strider
Swap to your Darkmoon Tonk
Swap to your Level Pet
Siren comes in
Toothbreaker comes in
Brood of Mothallus comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Eternal Strider
Level Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Brood of Mothallus
Toothbreaker
Siren
Turn 3
Eternal Strider
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Any Level 2+ Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Pass
Bring in your Eternal Strider
Bring in your Darkmoon Tonk
Bring in your Level Pet
Swap to your Eternal Strider
Swap to your Darkmoon Tonk
Swap to your Level Pet
Siren comes in
Toothbreaker comes in
Brood of Mothallus comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Eternal Strider
Level Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Brood of Mothallus
Toothbreaker
Siren
Turn 4+
Water Jet until Toothbreaker dies
Eternal Strider
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Any Level 2+ Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Pass
Bring in your Eternal Strider
Bring in your Darkmoon Tonk
Bring in your Level Pet
Swap to your Eternal Strider
Swap to your Darkmoon Tonk
Swap to your Level Pet
Siren comes in
Toothbreaker comes in
Brood of Mothallus comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Eternal Strider
Level Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Brood of Mothallus
Toothbreaker
Siren
Brood of Mothallus comes in
Eternal Strider
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Any Level 2+ Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Pass
Bring in your Eternal Strider
Bring in your Darkmoon Tonk
Bring in your Level Pet
Swap to your Eternal Strider
Swap to your Darkmoon Tonk
Swap to your Level Pet
Siren comes in
Toothbreaker comes in
Brood of Mothallus comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Eternal Strider
Level Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Brood of Mothallus
Toothbreaker
Siren
Turn 1
Eternal Strider
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Any Level 2+ Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Pass
Bring in your Eternal Strider
Bring in your Darkmoon Tonk
Bring in your Level Pet
Swap to your Eternal Strider
Swap to your Darkmoon Tonk
Swap to your Level Pet
Siren comes in
Toothbreaker comes in
Brood of Mothallus comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Eternal Strider
Level Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Brood of Mothallus
Toothbreaker
Siren
Turn 2+
Eternal Strider
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Any Level 2+ Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Pass
Bring in your Eternal Strider
Bring in your Darkmoon Tonk
Bring in your Level Pet
Swap to your Eternal Strider
Swap to your Darkmoon Tonk
Swap to your Level Pet
Siren comes in
Toothbreaker comes in
Brood of Mothallus comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Eternal Strider
Level Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Brood of Mothallus
Toothbreaker
Siren
Bring in your Level Pet
Eternal Strider
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Any Level 2+ Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Pass
Bring in your Eternal Strider
Bring in your Darkmoon Tonk
Bring in your Level Pet
Swap to your Eternal Strider
Swap to your Darkmoon Tonk
Swap to your Level Pet
Siren comes in
Toothbreaker comes in
Brood of Mothallus comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Eternal Strider
Level Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Brood of Mothallus
Toothbreaker
Siren
Turn 1
Swap to your Darkmoon Tonk
Eternal Strider
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Any Level 2+ Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Pass
Bring in your Eternal Strider
Bring in your Darkmoon Tonk
Bring in your Level Pet
Swap to your Eternal Strider
Swap to your Darkmoon Tonk
Swap to your Level Pet
Siren comes in
Toothbreaker comes in
Brood of Mothallus comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Eternal Strider
Level Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Brood of Mothallus
Toothbreaker
Siren
Turn 2
Eternal Strider
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Any Level 2+ Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Pass
Bring in your Eternal Strider
Bring in your Darkmoon Tonk
Bring in your Level Pet
Swap to your Eternal Strider
Swap to your Darkmoon Tonk
Swap to your Level Pet
Siren comes in
Toothbreaker comes in
Brood of Mothallus comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Eternal Strider
Level Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Brood of Mothallus
Toothbreaker
Siren
Turn 3
Eternal Strider
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Any Level 2+ Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Pass
Bring in your Eternal Strider
Bring in your Darkmoon Tonk
Bring in your Level Pet
Swap to your Eternal Strider
Swap to your Darkmoon Tonk
Swap to your Level Pet
Siren comes in
Toothbreaker comes in
Brood of Mothallus comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Eternal Strider
Level Pet
Darkmoon Tonk
Water Jet
Cleansing Rain
Pump
Shock and Awe
Ion Cannon
Brood of Mothallus
Toothbreaker
Siren

The way her carrots turn out, I wonder if she chose the right profession...



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Hammerforge

wrote on 10/21/2019

Sunlight now appears to hit your backline pets and will kill your level pet if it's a lvl1.
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Gráinne

wrote on 10/21/2019

I covered this in my comment below. The Sunlight hits for 165, which will kill most level 1 pets, other than Magic or Mechanicals. That's why the curators added the HP > 165 requirements.
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skarpethinn

wrote on 03/16/2020

It also kills any up to and including level 3
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Gráinne

wrote on 03/16/2020

No. It kills any with health less than 166, regardless of level, except Magic or Mechanical. However, there are some level 1s with HP>165, including all H/Hs with basehealth>8, like Spawn of Garalon or Winter Rageling. They'll survive fine, even at level 1, barring crits. There are some level 3s with HP<166. It will kill those, except Critters, Magic, Mechanical.

That's why Shenk specifically added the HP>165 condition. Level is only a guideline here.
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Shaei

wrote on 09/03/2019

If using Fishy (or another adequate replacement to Eternal Strider that is slower than 280--NOTE: Untested with pets other than Fishy!), the order I use is this:

- Cleansing Rain
- Pump (charging)
- Pump (if Siren dies here, skip the next step)
- Water Jet (Siren dies, Toothbreaker enters)
- Pump (charging)
- Cleansing Rain
- Pass (or Water Jet...whatever, it won't hit)
- Pump
- Water Jet til Fishy dies (Toothbreaker should die, and you should get some damage on Brood of Mothallus)
- Bring in leveing pet, and immediately swap to Darkmoon Tonk:
- Shock and Awe
- Ion Cannon
(edited)
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gbh102 wrote on 08/17/2019

Since above strat DOES NOT work at all, I went, as mentioned in comments, with Anubisath Idol, did as follows:
1. Aqua Strider - pump - cleansing rain - pump, Strider dies, swap to >>>
2. carry pet, swap to >>>
3. Anubisath Idol - sandstorm (and then on cd) - deflection (when Burrow) - crush as filler. Took ages yet worked perfectly ;) (edited)
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Gráinne

wrote on 08/17/2019

There are several variants of this strat, using similar but not identical moves. I have been using one such variant since Mists. In fact, when testing I kept doing it wrong because I am so used to doing it my way.

The strat as written here, and using an Aqua Strider, works, unless Siren's Solar Beam crits (5% chance), or unless the Pump into Toothbreaker crits. The Pump crit has happened to me occasionally. You can still win in that case, but I always have to wake up and think where I am instead of following the strat when it happens.

HOWEVER, as written here today, I see two points of failure:

1. Siren's Sunlight does 165 damage to the backline pets, excluding any family effects. Most Level 1 pets don't have 165 health, and certainly not 248 to be safe against a crit. I suggest a health limit on the levelling pet. I see Remte noted this in the comments long ago.

2. Both of Nishi's first two pets have speeds of 280. The Skimmer/Strider/whatever in the first slot needs speed >280. Some of the possible substitutes offered - Fishy, Sea Pony, P/P Freshwater Crawler - don't. I suggest a speed requirement > 280 in the Slot 1 pet.



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Gráinne

wrote on 08/17/2019

Now, about your "Aqua Strider - pump - cleansing rain - pump, Strider dies". This will happen only if Siren's Solar Beam crits, which as I said is a 5% chance. When you say the strat doesn't work at all, I have to wonder how many times you tried, and whether you looked at your pet battle chat window to see why. It's possible to get unlucky a couple of times in a row, but not common, and always worth figuring out what happened.

P.S. Just as an aftrthought, I'm pretty sure "Aqua Strider - pump - cleansing rain - pump, Strider dies" can't happen even with a crit from Solar Beam, though I'm not in-game to check now. (edited)
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Shenk

wrote on 08/17/2019

sooo... minimum health is 166; 110 as a critter. i don't go for the 248 in case of a crit since this is rare enough to be tolerable in my opinion. (level 1 H/H pets meet that requirement)
iirc not even a sunbeam crit will kill the strider. i think the few times mine died early was against toothbreaker. and it won't matter that much because toothbreaker runs out of steam very fast anyway (edited)
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skarpethinn

wrote on 03/16/2020

@Gráinne - you've made a bunch of posts &/or replies here with comments like, "yeah, but..." & "see my comment below," and - worst of all - "i've always done it this way" ("i've been using [this] Mists" was your exact wording) - but you're failing to address/acknowledge the fact that Blizzard has overhauled ALL pet battles TWICE since BfA launched - instead of making excuses about how good your strat really is, maybe it's time to accept that you need a new one. THIS one doesn't work most of the time now.
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Gráinne

wrote on 03/16/2020

"Blizzard has overhauled ALL pet battles TWICE since BfA launched"? What?? No they didn't. When did they overhaul this one? I'm not even sure what you mean. How did they change it? What stats did they change in this battle? What ability effects did they change in this battle? They nerfed BRD twice; is that what you're thinking of?

When you fail a battle, all the information that exists about a battle is in your log after completing it, so my basic answer to everything is: READ. YOUR. LOG. Other people can read their logs for you, and interpret them for you, but you will never learn that way. You will never figure out whether the battle went bad because of RNG built into the game, like crits, hit chances, damage ranges, or because of breeds and abilities. Only the log will tell you that.

I went back to last August and pulled my tests of this strat. I paste the log from one test below. It has all the information you could ever want.
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Gráinne

wrote on 03/16/2020

Round 1", -- [1]
[Pump] applied [Pumped Up] to your Aqua Strider.", -- [2]
[Sunlight] dealt 165 damage to your Aqua Strider.", -- [3]
[Sunlight] dealt 248 damage to your Darkmoon Tonk (Strong).", -- [4]
[Sunlight] dealt 165 damage to your Snowsoft Nibbler.", -- [5]
[Sunlight] changed the weather to [Sunny Day].", -- [6]
Round 2", -- [7]
[Cleansing Rain] healed 122 damage from your Aqua Strider.", -- [8]
[Cleansing Rain] healed 122 damage from your Darkmoon Tonk.", -- [9]
[Cleansing Rain] healed 119 damage from your Snowsoft Nibbler.", -- [10]
[Sunny Day] is no longer the weather.", -- [11]
[Cleansing Rain] changed the weather to [Cleansing Rain].", -- [12]
[Photosynthesis] applied [Photosynthesis] to enemy Siren.", -- [13]
[Photosynthesis] healed 0 damage from enemy Siren.", -- [14]
Round 3", -- [15]
[Water Jet] dealt 500 damage to enemy Siren (Strong).", -- [16]
[Solar Beam] dealt 662 damage to your Aqua Strider.", -- [17]
[Photosynthesis] healed 100 damage from enemy Siren.", -- [18]
Round 4", -- [19]
[Water Jet] dealt 500 damage to enemy Siren (Strong).", -- [20]
[Photosynthesis] healed 103 damage from enemy Siren.", -- [21]
Round 5", -- [22]
[Water Jet] dealt 500 damage to enemy Siren (Strong).", -- [23]
[Photosynthesis] healed 106 damage from enemy Siren.", -- [24]
Round 6", -- [25]
[Water Jet] dealt 500 damage to enemy Siren (Strong).", -- [26]
Enemy Siren died.", -- [27]
Round 6", -- [28]
Toothbreaker is now enemy active pet.", -- [29]
Round 7", -- [30]
[Pumped Up] fades from your Aqua Strider.", -- [31]
[Pump] dealt 1125 damage to enemy Toothbreaker (Strong).", -- [32]
[Sons of the Root] applied [Submerged] to enemy Toothbreaker.", -- [33]
[Sons of the Root] applied [Sons of the Root] to enemy team.", -- [34]
[Sons of the Root] dealt 75 damage to your Aqua Strider.", -- [35]
[Sons of the Root] dealt 75 damage to your Aqua Strider.", -- [36]
Round 8", -- [37]
[Cleansing Rain] healed 96 damage from your Aqua Strider.", -- [38]
[Cleansing Rain] healed 107 damage from your Darkmoon Tonk.", -- [39]
[Cleansing Rain] healed 46 damage from your Snowsoft Nibbler.", -- [40]
[Cleansing Rain] is no longer the weather.", -- [41]
[Cleansing Rain] changed the weather to [Cleansing Rain].", -- [42]
[Sons of the Root] dealt 75 damage to your Aqua Strider.", -- [43]
[Sons of the Root] dealt 75 damage to your Aqua Strider.", -- [44]
Round 9", -- [45]
[Pump] applied [Pumped Up] to your Aqua Strider.", -- [46]
[Sons of the Root] dealt 75 damage to your Aqua Strider.", -- [47]
[Sons of the Root] dealt 75 damage to your Aqua Strider.", -- [48]
[Submerged] fades from enemy Toothbreaker.", -- [49]
[Sons of the Root] fades from enemy team.", -- [50]
Round 10", -- [51]
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Gráinne

wrote on 03/16/2020

Round 10", -- [51]
[Water Jet] dealt 500 damage to enemy Toothbreaker (Strong).", -- [52]
[Leech Seed] dealt 150 damage to your Aqua Strider.", -- [53]
[Leech Seed] healed 157 damage from enemy Toothbreaker.", -- [54]
[Leech Seed] applied [Leech Seed] to your Aqua Strider.", -- [55]
[Leech Seed] dealt 37 damage to your Aqua Strider.", -- [56]
[Leech Seed] healed 37 damage from enemy Toothbreaker.", -- [57]
Round 11", -- [58]
[Water Jet] dealt 500 damage to enemy Toothbreaker (Strong).", -- [59]
Enemy Toothbreaker died.", -- [60]
[Leech Seed] dealt 37 damage to your Aqua Strider.", -- [61]
[Leech Seed] fades from your Aqua Strider.", -- [62]
Round 11", -- [63]
Brood of Mothallus is now enemy active pet.", -- [64]
Round 12", -- [65]
[Pumped Up] fades from your Aqua Strider.", -- [66]
[Pump] dealt 750 damage to enemy Brood of Mothallus.", -- [67]
[Acidic Goo] applied [Acidic Goo] to your Aqua Strider.", -- [68]
[Acidic Goo] dealt 46 damage to your Aqua Strider.", -- [69]
Your Aqua Strider died.", -- [70]
Round 12", -- [71]
Snowsoft Nibbler is now your active pet.", -- [72]
Round 13", -- [73]
Darkmoon Tonk is now your active pet.", -- [74]
[Burrow] applied [Underground] to enemy Brood of Mothallus.", -- [75]
Player forfeits.", -- [76]
[Battle Recovery] healed 10 damage from your Darkmoon Tonk.", -- [77]
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Shenk

wrote on 03/17/2020

Goddamn these spam bots
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Jana wrote on 06/17/2019

Just swap Aqua Strider for Mirror Strider (H/S)
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skarpethinn

wrote on 03/16/2020

Perfect! Thank you.
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Lucas wrote on 01/15/2019

Well, Anub can solo this, with 2 leveling pets
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Shiholude74 wrote on 02/10/2019

I use Anub in other strats, and I personally hate Anub. God forbid someone offers another strategy then yours... If only there was an alternative stragey feature for this site!! Oh wait...
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Sarahlinii

wrote on 02/27/2019

Care to share the strategy for that then Lucas?
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Gráinne

wrote on 02/27/2019

It's not hard to find. From Auraia on Wowhead

Anubisath (Crush, Sandstorm, Deflection) + two leveling pets.
First sandstorm, next crush, then deflection (solar beam). Crush til deflection off CD, use again. Toothbreaker submerges ASAP, so swap in low levels first two turns (sandstorm protects them). Then roll on with crushing. For Brood, Crush Crush Deflect, repeat.


I'm pretty sure I used some variation of this myself back in Mists, before I had All The Pets.

I do see an Anub and Tonk strat available here, which is probably similar, just using the Tonk to speed up the third kill.

Allowing people to enter their own strats has been a huge success for Xu-Fu's, but it has discouraged people from just leaving their ideas in the comments, which was always one of the site's strengths. It could be done without committing to a sign-up and taking a couple of hours to find their way around the editor and lay out a strat properly.


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Anonymous wrote on 06/17/2019

Everyone and their mother knows about the Anubisath Idol strat. Its been the go-to since MoP was current. I love this site because it often offers faster alternatives. Total XP gained is limited so leveling 2 pets or 1, it doesn't really matter since your net gain in pet XP is the same. Many people have their sights set on getting a specific pet to max level as fast as possible, and alternative 2 pet strats can make this fight go a lot faster since the Idol strat is tedious and long.
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DaR#1285

wrote on 12/14/2018

ability(Pump) [enemy.round=1]
ability(Water Jet) [enemy.round=2 & enemy(#3).active]
change(next) [self(#1).dead & !self(#3).played]
ability(Cleansing Rain) [enemy.round=2]
ability(Pump) [enemy.round=3]
ability(Pump) [enemy.round=4 & enemy(#1).active]
ability(Water Jet)
ability(Shock and Awe) [enemy.hp > 1098]
ability(Ion Cannon)
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Noctiluca

wrote on 10/21/2018

As Hermy mentioned, for this strat to work exactly as written you need to have a 1st pet faster then 280speed. If not Toothbreaker will cast Sons of the Root before you can get off the Pump and it will be blocked. Most striders are inherently that way but I tried to use a P/P Freshwater Crawler for added power and it messed up.
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skarpethinn

wrote on 07/14/2019

Perfect!! This is what i needed - the main strat was failing for me repeatedly (ate up 11mins of a pet xp buff!), until i swapped the Aqua Strider for the Eternal Strider. Boom! First try!!
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thetravellor#1451

wrote on 06/18/2018

works perfectly
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DavidG wrote on 03/12/2018

I very strongly recommend skipping the Aqua Strider, since it's S/S - that means low health and low power. This strategy and the third alternative are much easier with a P/S Eternal Strider.
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Remte

wrote on 03/12/2018

This strategy was uploaded when it was easier to keep track on pets with a single breed.
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Eekwibble

wrote on 03/12/2018

DavidG's right though. Eternal Striders are found north-west of Farmer Nishi in the Vale just over the mountain. It takes 35 seconds to reach them from Nishi on a 310% flyer, I timed it.
I'm not sure if you're the same David G that posted the work-arounds below for 1-shotting the elementals but I've written a TDScript that includes them. I'll post it on the alt 3 page tomorrow as I've not tested it fully yet and I've already defeated Nishi today.
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Eekwibble

wrote on 03/18/2018

Oh maaaaaaan. I've only just remembered this. My WoW install got corrupted and I had to reinstall the entire game. I didn't trust the back-up files either so did the whole thing from scratch. Lost all my ~150 pet teams and scripts. That script took ages to get right as well. >.<
I'll try and get it rewritten and posted today.
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Jagûar

wrote on 12/28/2018

I've used an H/S Mirror Strider for 2-3 months now.. before that I used what ever pet was suggested for pet slot 1. And it worked 9/10 times. Now it works 10/10 times
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Eekwibble

wrote on 12/28/2018

PS Eternal Strider and D/moon Zep w/ Explode is still faster, though. =P
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Hermy wrote on 09/14/2017

I use a similar strat - you can use a L1 pet as long as it's a Magic or Mechanical pet, as their special "things" mitigate the AOE damage, otherwise a L4+ is safe. I never have to restart.

Any Strider/Skimmer that's faster than 280, Darkmoon Tonk and a Level Pet.

Pump
Cleansing Rain
Water Jet until Siren dies

(Toothbreaker comes out)
Pump
Cleansing Rain
Water Jet until Toothbreaker dies

(Brood of Mothallus comes out)
Pump
Swap to Level pet
Swap to Darkmoon Tonk
Ion Cannon

The only problem I've ever had, was that Mothallus had a crit with his first leeching spell, and ended up with more than 1098 HP, but I just nuked him with Shock and Awe once the Tonk had recovered.
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Seiri wrote on 07/13/2017

I have a tdScript for this that seems to work! I don't quite know what i'm doing so there's probably a better way of doing it, seem's to work fine though :)

if [enemy(#1).active]
ability(297) [enemy.round=1]
ability(230) [enemy.round=2]
ability(297) [enemy.round=3]
ability(297) [enemy.round=4]
ability(118)
endif
if [enemy(#2).active]
ability(297) [enemy.round=1]
ability(230) [enemy.round=2]
ability(297) [enemy.round=3]
ability(297) [enemy.round=4]
ability(118)
endif
if [enemy(#3).active]
ability(297) [enemy.round=1]
ability(118)
change(#2) [self(#1).dead & !self(#3).active]
change(#3) [self(#2).active]
ability(209) [enemy.hp<=1098]
ability(646)
endif
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David G wrote on 12/31/2016

Critical strikes by the strider with pump can be worked around. If it crits against Siren, getting a one hit kill, then use the following sequence against Toothbreaker:

1: Pump
2: Pass
3: Cleansing Rain
4: Pump (*)
5: Pump
6+ Water Jet till Toothbreaker dies.

(*) If this pump crits as well, then just Water Jet Brood of Mothallus to 50% health, and then chain pass till you die.

If you don't crit against Siren, but do crit and get a one hit kill with the round 1 Pump vs Toothbreaker, then just as above, Water Jet till either you die, or Brood of Mothallus hits half health, and then chain pass.

Clean up as noted with a Darkmoon Tonk. The one thing to watch for with the Tonk is that you don't want Brood of Mothallus doing an Absorb on the round you Explode, otherwise you risk not killing him.

I usually ensure that doesn't happen by dropping him below 618, and only then casting Decoy. If he does an Absorb on that round, you have the option to cast a single Missile to get him back below 618, after which you can explode safely. With the CD on Absorb, he can cast it the round you Explode, but the Decoy will still be up thatround which will guarantee to block it.
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David G wrote on 12/31/2016

Ugh. Not thinking right when I wrote that. That should be the Darkmoon Zeppelin, not the Tonk, and to be totally honest this comment should be on the page for strategy number 3,

Although the comments about crits with the strider still stand.