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How To Battle Pets in World of Warcraft

Getting Started with Pet Battles

Pet battles were introduced in World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria. They allow players to pit their companion pets against each other in turn-based combat. To get started with pet battles, you’ll first need to capture some companion pets to build your collection.

Capturing Pets

Many zones in Azeroth contain wild battle pets you can capture. Look for smaller animals roaming around like cats, snakes, squirrels etc. Engage them in combat using your pet bar and reduce their health below 35% to attempt a capture. Use trap abilities to prevent them from running away. Rare pets are indicated with a blue glow – these are especially valuable!

Starting a Pet Battle

With some pets captured, you can begin battling. Find another player or NPC with a pet active and right-click them to start a battle. The pet battle interface will open showing available pets on each side. During each turn, you can select an ability for your current pet to use, swap pets, or capture pets if it’s a wild battle.

Pet Battle Tips

  • Use type advantages – certain pet types are stronger against others.
  • Swap out pets to counter the opponent’s active pet.
  • Use weather buffs that benefit your pets.
  • Explore Tanaan Jungle to find rare pets.
  • Power up pets with battle-stones to unlock higher levels.

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1. How can I start participating in WoW Pet Battles?
2. What are the basics of the Pet Battle system in World of Warcraft?
3. How do I heal my battle pets after a Pet Battle?
4. What are the different pet families and their strengths and weaknesses in Pet Battles?
5. How can I capture wild pets in World of Warcraft’s Pet Battle system?

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1. To start participating in WoW Pet Battles, you should seek out a Pet Battle Trainer in one of the lower-level starting zones or in Stormwind or Orgrimmar. These trainers will teach you the basics of Pet Battles for a fee of 10 gold. The level requirement to receive Battle Pet Training is level 5. Once you’ve learned how to battle on one character, all your other characters will also receive the training.

2. The basics of the Pet Battle system involve training your pets, selecting a companion from your Pet Journal to form a team, and battling wild pets. After training, your Pet Battle team will have three slots, with the first slot unlocked initially. You can unlock the other two slots by completing achievements. Before venturing out into the world to battle, you’ll need to learn the ability to heal and resurrect your pets, which is essential for keeping them healthy during battles.

3. After each Pet Battle, injured companions will automatically regain 50% of the damage taken during combat. You can also use the “Revive Battle Pets” spell to heal and resurrect all your pets in your Pet Journal. This spell can only be used out of combat and has an 8-minute cooldown. Alternatively, Stable Master NPCs in major towns and cities can heal and revive your pets for a small fee, and there is no cooldown on their service.

4. Pet families in Pet Battles have strengths and weaknesses, and each family provides a passive bonus. There are 10 pet families, and knowing their attributes can help you plan stronger attacks and defenses. The text mentions that strong attacks receive a 50% damage increase, while weak attacks suffer a 33% damage penalty. There’s also a reference to a chart that provides this information in a visual format.

5. To capture wild pets in World of Warcraft’s Pet Battle system, you’ll need to reduce a wild pet’s health to less than 35% and then use the Trap ability when it becomes available. Using the Trap ability takes up your turn for the round, and you can only capture one companion on a team of wild pets. Not all wild pets are capturable, so it’s essential to check the Pet Journal to see if a specific pet can be captured. If your trap fails, there’s a chance it may succeed in subsequent attempts. Completing certain achievements can reward upgraded traps to increase your chances of capturing wild pets.

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Here are five questions related to the text:

1. What is the Pet Battle System in World of Warcraft, and what can players do with it?
2. How do battle pets gain experience and levels in WoW’s Pet Battle System?
3. What are the different pet types or families, and how do they interact in battles?
4. What are the stats and qualities of battle pets in WoW, and how do they affect pet performance?
5. How does experience distribution work for pets in different battle scenarios, including PvP and PvE encounters?

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1. The Pet Battle System in World of Warcraft allows players to use their pets in turn-based mini-games. Players can capture wild pets, train them to grow stronger, create teams for battles, and even pit their pets against other players. Winning a battle rewards participating pets with experience, allowing them to gain levels, increase their power, and unlock new abilities.

2. Battle pets gain experience and levels in the Pet Battle System by engaging in battles with other pets. Reaching certain levels, such as 1, 2, 4, 10, 15, and 20, unlocks new abilities for the pets. Pets can only choose three abilities to use in battle from a set of six, and these abilities are determined by their level.

3. There are ten pet types or families in the Pet Battle System, each with a unique passive ability. These types are strong against one type of pet damage (taking only 67% damage) and weak against another type (taking 150% damage). For example, a Beast pet takes 50% additional damage from Mechanical attacks but takes 33% less damage from Humanoid abilities. The type of the attacker’s ability and the defender’s type determine damage modifiers.

4. Each pet has three stats: Health, Power, and Speed. Different species of pets have their own base stat values, with a bias toward certain stats. Higher quality pets have better stats, with poor-quality pets having the lowest stats. Quality is indicated by the color of their names. Breeds also affect a pet’s stats, with various breeds emphasizing different stats. A pet’s breed is fixed and cannot be changed.

5. Experience gain for pets depends on factors like the level of opponents faced and the number of opponents. Pets earn more XP for defeating higher-level opponents and less XP for lower-level opponents. Opponents that are five or more levels below the pet’s level reward no XP. Trapped pets reward only a portion of the usual XP. XP distribution varies depending on the type of battle, with PvE encounters dividing XP among all surviving participants and PvP battles dividing XP among participating pets on the winning team. Dead pets can also earn XP, which is divided among surviving pets. The overall XP formula is complex and depends on several factors.

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