World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King Classic Pet Guide

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Welcome to our simple Hunter pet guide for WoW WotLK Classic. In short, here you will find pets available for taming, where to find them and what they do. There will be no advanced guides or stats, there are plenty of other sites for that. This guide is meant to be a quick way to find a pet you like to have by your side. If you want guides for dungeon/raid/pvp pets this is not the place.

Everything you need to know is on this one page, just scroll. There’s no page jumping or extra page reads.

Pet Familys

Ferocity

“Ferocious pets, like cats, can dish out damage but can’t take it as well.”

Ferocity pets are all about the damage. Their talents focus on increasing both their damage and yours, and they have some nice abilities aimed at keeping them alive as well. Ferocity pets are popular in groups and raids, but can also help polish off enemies extra fast in solo play and PvP.

Cunning

“Cunning pets, like spiders, have a mix of offensive and defensive abilities and are particularly useful in Battlegrounds and Arenas.”

Cunning pets are the most flexible of the three talent trees. Their talents focus on utility and mobility, which makes them especially valuable in PvP fights. But that same flexibility also makes Cunning pets a good all-around choice for soloing and small groups.

Tenacity

“Tenacious pets, like turtles, are more defensive and can occupy an enemy’s attention while you stay at range.”

Tenacity pets have a variety of talents for staying alive, protecting their friends, and keeping the enemy focused on them and not you. Tenacity pets are excellent for solo questing and leveling and can even tank for a small group in many situations.

Exotic

Exotic pets requires the Beast Master talent in order to be tamed. Exotic pets are a mix of all the other three familys and work well in all situations.

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