Hi! I’m Hazel, and today I want to show you how to level battle pets without doing a single pet battle. This is perfect for someone just starting their battle pet army and it’s also great for someone who’s polishing off the last few stragglers in their collection. To do this, there’s only two requirements. You must have a character of level 100 or higher with access to Legion content, and at least 200 gold. That’s it! You do not need to have any high level pets. Let’s walk through it. It’s time to ditch your Boon of the Bloodhunter or Harvester. Your guild doesn’t REALLY need extra mats and making gold is for nerds. Real cool kids are all about that battle pet life. Buy a Boon of the Zookeeper off of Draemus in the Dalaran Pet Shop and throw that on your shoulders.
If you swap between a few pairs of shoulders like me, buy several and enchant them all. Step 2: Live your life. Go forth and do whatever it is you like to do in Legion. Dungeons and World Quests in particular are good. As you kill mobs in Legion, make sure that you loot them all so you pick up your Piles of Pet Goodies! I don’t actively go out of my way to farm these but I do favour world quests with high numbers of mobs to kill, such as the falcosaur beaches.
In a day of doing AP quests and my random heroic I usually pick up between 2 to 5 piles of pet goodies. Step 3: Hoard Pet Charms. Open your Pet Goodies, stow away the Upgrade Stones for later and stack up those pet charms. Each pile contains between 6 and 10 pet charms along with some bandages, treats and other good stuff. I wouldn’t stress too much about trying to farm the piles. Just go about your business, don’t forget to loot mobs and they’ll add up. Step 4: Buy Ultimate Battle-Training Stones. Once you have at least 45 pet charms, head back to the Dalaran Pet Shop and buy Ultimate Battle-Training Stones fr –m Lio or Serrah. I like to save up a few hundred charms throughout a week and grab a bunch at once but you only need one or two stones to get started.
Choose your lucky pets. If you’re just getting started with your first max level team, I recommend choosing pets early on that will help you get through the Legion world quests. I have a video linked in the description of my top 10 most useful pets in legion. Early recommendations include a Mechanical Pandaren Dragonling, Stormborn Whelpling, Anubisath Idol, Zandalari Anklerender or Kneebiter and the Teroclaw Hatchling. Grumpy is great to have on hand for catching wild pets, which you’ll want to do at some point also. Once you have the pets to start beating the Legion World Quest tamers you want to do those whenever they offer Pet Charms, on as many level 110 characters as you have. Once you’re rolling with that, you’ll be getting an extra 15-20 pet charms per character every time a charm-offering world quest pops up. A Stormborn Whelpling, Mech Panda Dragonling and Anubisath Idol will mow through most fights while you’re getting started.
Step 6: Expand your empire. Continue ramping up your pet charm farming with the Zookeeper Boon and dailies to expand and upgrade your collection so you can tackle more challenges. At this point you can start leveling specific pets you need for 2 pet strategies. 2-petting tamers in Pandaria, Draenor and the Broken Isles is a great way to boost even more battle pets to flesh out your army. Congratulations, you’re officially a pet battle addict just like me. You can also use pet charms to buy Flawless Stones to upgrade your pets to rares and exclusive pets and toys at the Dalaran Pet Shop vendors. If you really want to go full-completionist, import your collection onto WarcraftPets to see which pets you’re missing, how many pets you have leveled up and how your collection ranks against other pet masters on your server. So that’s my new favourite way to level pets! Thanks for watching! Let me know what you think, please consider leaving a like if you liked it and have a wonderful, wonderful day. Bye!.
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