At this point, we know virtually nothing concrete about the future of pet battling when the next World of Warcraft expansion, Legion, goes live.
Chad Wingerd, better known to many of us as Crithto the Community Manager (and little pug puppy wandering around Stormwind) has officially announced his departure from Blizzard on the forums.
There are just a few days left until the Equinox on September 20th, so there are a couple things you may want to take care of before then.
If you're into pet battles, this may be up your alley.
It appears that we've come full circle around the entirety of what the new bonus event weekends, introduced in patch 6.2, have to offer.
The Celestial Tournament is the destination for tamers who'd like to test their mettle, even though it's been a while since all those battles were released.
Last column, I described a specific way to get clever to defeat five of the fifteen new legendary battle pets scattered throughout Tanaan Jungle.
High level battle pet encounters can be deceptively tricky to defeat.
There are two battle pets in World of Warcraft that spawn only seasonally — the Snowy Owl, which only spawns during the winter, and the Qiraji Guardling, which only spawns during the summer.
There are a lot of new battle pets headed our way for patch 6.2. We've covered them in shorter posts as they were discovered, but now that 6.2 is imminent, here's a full list of all the new pets coming your way and how you can get your own.
There is one place on Azeroth which is thicker with pets than just about any other. Come one come all, pet battlers, before you miss your chance, and get your pets from the Darkmoon Faire.
With the reveal of the two new, limited spawn pets in Talador and Spires of Arak in 6.2, there's a renewed discussion about pets and spawning patterns. Here is a look at the different ways pets can spawn, plus tips to maximize your taming time.
From the quirky mechanics to the hundreds of pets, there are a lot of questions our readers have about pet battles. Some might not be addressed in longer articles, so this week I'm doing a Q&A column.
We've discussed battle pets you can trade and acquire via drops before, so it's high time we discuss some battle pets that are great fighters that you can tame. Here are some of my favorites.
We've been hopping around quite a bit from article to article in terms of difficulty and what knowledge a battler needs to have. This week, we're jumping way ahead to one of the most esoteric bits of battle pet data out there: breeds.
Do you want to learn the basics of pet battling? This is the place to be if you've never been in a pet battle and would like to start.