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Sprite, defy, proof, and....

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Survivor
May 08, 2009
21
Well, i have a pet with spell defy, spell proof, and spritely. I wanted to ask you pvpers or any higher lvl wizard what talent i should get last.
I know it's really popular to get a spud pet (mc unicorn as the last talent), but it only casts that once in a awhile. Some other possible good talents to get would be mc tower shield, mc smokescreen, and mc pierce.
So.......
what do you guys think would be the best talent to get last?

Survivor
Apr 17, 2009
18
My idea of a perfect pet is MC Spritely, Spell-Defy, Spell-Proof, and Pain Giver as the last talent

Delver
Jul 04, 2010
289
with the up coming of mega pets it is prob best to go for the mc tower shield and mc unicon cause you dont no when they will come in handed

Survivor
Dec 20, 2009
4
Geographer
Nov 26, 2011
864
Survivor
Mar 10, 2012
15
I would try to get Pain giver.(1%-6% universal damage)

Mastermind
Feb 29, 2012
323
I went with proof, sharp shot, spritely and pain and death giver (double damage pet) as my optimum.
With new crafted gear I am now trying to replace sharp shot with death dealer for a triple damage pet.
MC talents are too random for me to work them into my play style. Spritely is okay, but I would shy away from the others, as they are too random to count on.
pods

Delver
Oct 11, 2010
276
CaptMrDrPepper on Aug 21, 2012 wrote:
Well, i have a pet with spell defy, spell proof, and spritely. I wanted to ask you pvpers or any higher lvl wizard what talent i should get last.
I know it's really popular to get a spud pet (mc unicorn as the last talent), but it only casts that once in a awhile. Some other possible good talents to get would be mc tower shield, mc smokescreen, and mc pierce.
So.......
what do you guys think would be the best talent to get last?
MC fairy would be better than any listed casts often like sprite does. However - with the pet system designed to fail how often will we get what we want? :-)