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More options to train your pets

AuthorMessage
Survivor
Mar 29, 2011
2
Survivor
Jul 31, 2015
12
You should be able to stitch pets.
You should be able to will cast every pet.
There should be more pets with may cast.
You should be able to fight with only your pet. For example, train your pet spells etc.

GIVE BALANCE MORE GOOD HITTING SPELLS

Survivor
Apr 01, 2020
1
Why can't pets get experience along with his owner, if they take part in the battle? That would make them increase in level dramatically.

Survivor
May 07, 2020
5
For me I would say actually have the pet stats do something mainly the say they do something but I don't get anything except my pet jewel this should have like strength gave you +3% damage to its school or overall and agility could help your accuracy something to this effect because I feel stronger pets that are ancient and above need a thing to differ itself from baby pets with no stats and talents.

Survivor
Jul 31, 2015
12
I have a Zeus's Harpy pet and one of the spells it gives is spectral blast, but when I use it, my pet doesn't cast I do.

Survivor
Jul 15, 2013
14
DaBeetleAtom on May 29, 2020 wrote:
For me I would say actually have the pet stats do something mainly the say they do something but I don't get anything except my pet jewel this should have like strength gave you +3% damage to its school or overall and agility could help your accuracy something to this effect because I feel stronger pets that are ancient and above need a thing to differ itself from baby pets with no stats and talents.
Pet stats already do something: As your pet levels up, it gains talents. If you get a damage talent when you level up from Baby to Teen, your damage talent will probably give you only 1% damage. You might think you just got a low roll on the damage, but that's where stats come into play.

Damage is influenced by your pet's Strength stat, so if you play pet games and feed your pet snacks that increase Strength, the damage talent will scale up. If you max out your Strength stat, the damage talent is also maxed out. So that 1% damage buff could turn into 6%, or whatever.

The same logic applies for all other stats, and also talents from jewels.

Mastermind
Nov 22, 2008
364
Digby1962 on May 15, 2020 wrote:
Why can't pets get experience along with his owner, if they take part in the battle? That would make them increase in level dramatically.
There's a gem for that

Delver
Mar 19, 2011
282
Since you have already introduced pet/game mastery, how about if we could "autotrain" our pets until we ran out of snacks/energy.

We could check a box and have a pet consume snacks and energy and be instantly trained to adult, ancient, etc.