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Best storm pet

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Survivor
Aug 09, 2018
4
Hi all,

At the moment I have a Rain core, with 2 crit and 2 damage.
But I just don't like the look of it..

So my first question:
Which other pet is this good?

Second question:
Should I go for maycast healing current or all damage or all critical

Survivor
Oct 23, 2018
18
Dalientje on Nov 14, 2018 wrote:
Hi all,

At the moment I have a Rain core, with 2 crit and 2 damage.
But I just don't like the look of it..

So my first question:
Which other pet is this good?

Second question:
Should I go for maycast healing current or all damage or all critical
Hello,

What is your level and what gear do you have on?

That would help a bunch.

Then, based on level & gear (what your stats are) we can see what pet is good for you!

Thank you in advance,

- Bellashad

A+ Student
Aug 03, 2014
1697
Dalientje on Nov 14, 2018 wrote:
Hi all,

At the moment I have a Rain core, with 2 crit and 2 damage.
But I just don't like the look of it..

So my first question:
Which other pet is this good?

Second question:
Should I go for maycast healing current or all damage or all critical
I'd go trip/double - whichever way around is most beneficial to your stats. Whether you're trip damage / double critical or trip critical / double damage, you still have the jewel slot too. I'd add another damage, critical or proof.

That's what I'd aim for, but if I got one with double/double/heal I'd keep hold of it for solo quests - a sneaky pet heal can be very helpful there!

So...I'd focus on trip/double first but retain any that could potentially get double/double/heal so I could make that combo after the main project.

As for body-type, it's hard to say when it's about how it looks because it comes down to individual taste...but check out the list below to see if you like any of them. These are pets with blades that are useful to a storm wizard, so a good place to start:

Single storm blades:
Babydactyl
Charging Bull
Clamoring Ghulture
Deep Leviathan
(Rain Core) - rejected
Spark Beast

Balance Blade:
Blaze Fox
Desert Beast
Gallant Bull
Gobblerball*
Harmonic Quetzal
Nobel Kookaburra
Opossum
Prime Piggle
Sabretooth
Sporty Dragon

Elemental Blade:
Bolt Demon
Frostfang
Gobblerball*

Dragonblade:
Afflicted Treant
Alert HOund
Aqua Dragon
Carnation Pixie
Damp Demon
Emerald Cyclops
Friendly Dragon
Frontier Dragon
Hero Pig
Hotzilla
Ianthine Hound
Old Sparky
Polar Cat
Quick Piggle
Skeletal Legionnaire
Skeletal Marauder
Sneaky Piggle
Spiritual Dragon
Supportive Wildclaw
Talented Piggle
Thunder Colossus
Tricky Dragon
Wintry Elf

Note that the Gobblerball gives both the Balance Blade and the Elemental Blade.

I hope this helps!

Survivor
Oct 23, 2018
18
Victoria FireHeart on Nov 15, 2018 wrote:
I'd go trip/double - whichever way around is most beneficial to your stats. Whether you're trip damage / double critical or trip critical / double damage, you still have the jewel slot too. I'd add another damage, critical or proof.

That's what I'd aim for, but if I got one with double/double/heal I'd keep hold of it for solo quests - a sneaky pet heal can be very helpful there!

So...I'd focus on trip/double first but retain any that could potentially get double/double/heal so I could make that combo after the main project.

As for body-type, it's hard to say when it's about how it looks because it comes down to individual taste...but check out the list below to see if you like any of them. These are pets with blades that are useful to a storm wizard, so a good place to start:

Single storm blades:
Babydactyl
Charging Bull
Clamoring Ghulture
Deep Leviathan
(Rain Core) - rejected
Spark Beast

Balance Blade:
Blaze Fox
Desert Beast
Gallant Bull
Gobblerball*
Harmonic Quetzal
Nobel Kookaburra
Opossum
Prime Piggle
Sabretooth
Sporty Dragon

Elemental Blade:
Bolt Demon
Frostfang
Gobblerball*

Dragonblade:
Afflicted Treant
Alert HOund
Aqua Dragon
Carnation Pixie
Damp Demon
Emerald Cyclops
Friendly Dragon
Frontier Dragon
Hero Pig
Hotzilla
Ianthine Hound
Old Sparky
Polar Cat
Quick Piggle
Skeletal Legionnaire
Skeletal Marauder
Sneaky Piggle
Spiritual Dragon
Supportive Wildclaw
Talented Piggle
Thunder Colossus
Tricky Dragon
Wintry Elf

Note that the Gobblerball gives both the Balance Blade and the Elemental Blade.

I hope this helps!
Your response was very detailed, but still, we don't know what level this player is. If we knew what their level is, and what gear they have, then it would help to figure out what pet stats would be the best.

But I give you credit for your response.

Bellashad

A+ Student
Aug 03, 2014
1697
Bellashad on Nov 16, 2018 wrote:
Your response was very detailed, but still, we don't know what level this player is. If we knew what their level is, and what gear they have, then it would help to figure out what pet stats would be the best.

But I give you credit for your response.

Bellashad
The player's level and gear does not affect my post.

Survivor
Aug 09, 2018
4
Thanks Victoria for your answer!

Bellashad; I am Max level, got Darkmoor robe and Cabalist Hat and Shoes.