“In boxing, everybody has their favorites.”
Thomas “The Hitman” Hearns
Running the Beast class was a lot of fun. There were plenty of choices and ways to imagine a team.
The All-Star Beast is the Thaumaturgic Piglet. Arcane Dash does a shocking amount of damage and Pig Out is a nice little heal. The Direhorn Family has a sturdy set of moves and for my second slot, I traded in different pets as I played for variety.
I faced a team of two Sunflowers and a Magical Crawdad. The pets were named. One was You, the second was Should and the third was Leave. A pure healing set. That Piglet beat the arrogant little snot. I’m sure he was upset. I’m guessing that Sunlight helped my little Pig Out too.
There is one player that I keep facing. He is using the Unborn Val’kyr with Haunt and the Puppy that hides behind mirror images for several rounds; you know the one. It is a tough team to beat and I typically lose. My quandary is: should I build a team just for this guy? I don’t like that idea at all.
Elemental will be next and I think it’s going to be tough. Warcraft Pets has a forum with a video in it. The video, as most WoW tutorials go, is fast with the speaker zooming through the material; just watch his mouse fly about the panes. There is no hope of reading the pet’s tooltips but he does have some good suggestions on strong pets. I think for Elemental that I’ll visit his video and some of the other forums because I think that this will be a tough class to play.