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Classic WoW Pet Guide
Date: Aug 28, 2020 12:46:43 AM PDT
Author: fastrs2007gold

WoW Classic pets, otherwise known as hunter pets, are an exciting feature of the game which allows you to take responsibility for a specific creature. In return, these pets assist you in areas such as PvE and PvP. Let’s get into the specifics of Wow Classic pets.

For starters, there are many different types of pet families, looks, and effectiveness that have various abilities and strengths in different circumstances, such as damaging reducing tortoises. However, handling such pets can be a challenge in itself unless you have enough classic wow gold, as pets not only have their own health and cooldowns to keep track of, but do need regular feeding to maintain happiness in order to prevent them from leaving the player.

Taming Pets

With a few variations, taming pets in Classic WoW is very close to how it is in Battle for Azeroth. Only the family of Beast pets is tameable, since other pet families have not yet been added. Scaling has not yet been implemented so you are only permitted to tame a beast that is your level or lower. You can't handle a higher-level Beast than you are. When taming, the Hunter is vulnerable, thus channelling Tame Pet, losing 100 percent armour. Because of this, abilities like Concussive Shot, Wyvern Sting, Aspect of the Monkey and Freezing Trap are important to your advantage. It might be best to carry a Druid or Mage friend along on stronger beasts to avoid the beast Polymorphed or Hibernated. Only three pets are allowed at once; one active one and two at the stablemaster. However, you can keep one free slot open while you're in the process of taming pets to unlock abilities. This way, you can continue to tam and release pets without having to give up one of your main pets. Starting at level 10 you can also tame Hunter pets. This means you are alone from level 1 to 10!

Pet Feeding

Happiness and Loyalty

Pets have a degree of happiness and to keep your pets happy you must feed them. It is very important to feed your pet for optimal output. The happier your pet will be, the more damage it will inflict. If it is happy, it will deal 125% damage. If it is content, it will deal 100% damage. If it is unhappy, it will deal 75% damage.

Pet Diets

There are 6 types of foods you can feed to your pets: bread, cheese, fish, fruit, fungus, meat. Every family of pets consumes only such foods. Some pets can only consume meat, like wolves, but bears and boars will consume all of the six forms of food. So, keep that in mind when you're trying to tame any pets.

Pet Categories

Hunter pets are classified in Classic WoW into 3 different categories. There are no Exotic Hunter pets, as Beast Mastery Hunters do in BFA. Defensive pets are usually more stable or fortified and can withstand more attacks. In general, it will have a slower speed of attack and will do slightly less damage. Usually defence pets are of no use except for boars that can be used in PvP. Offensive pets normally do more damage than other pets but have less health or armour generally. In general, offence pets should also have a higher attack pace and create more threat. A good preference for content in the open world, or even PvP. General pets are fairly robust and do moderate harm. Both at tankiness and DPS, they are good but not outstanding in either. Common pets like Wolves usually are better suited for raiding. Bear in mind that these are general inclinations, not strict rules. If you spec it for that, an owl can tank quite well-it's just that it can never take quite as much damage as a defensive bear. The difference between different pet groups is less than 5 percent, so the most important thing is to find one that fits your style of play and it's easy for you to feed.

Pet Stat Modifiers

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