November 11, 2017

The “He Actually Talked About Pet Battles” Five
Good News: I talked a lot about pets, strategy and synergy.
Bad news: I made some really bad moves in more than one battle. Sucks.

1:35 – Dead Mike
Jademist Dancer, Snarly, Alpine Foxling
vs. Menagerie Custodian, Lil XT, Hogs

I brought a meta counter team against someone’s fun team.

5:35 – Captain Sky
Sky-Bo, Golden Dragonhawk Hatchling, Parched Lizard
vs. Menagerie Custodian, Lil XT, Hogs

Ion Cannon + Decoy = What.

21:50 – Roxy Toxic
Ghastly Kid, leviathan Hatchling, Burrow Spiderling
vs. Teroclaw Hatchling, Iron Starlette, Unborn Val’kyr

I could blame this on not having the right move set, but that doesn’t explain what I brought the aquatic pet in to take strong damage from the tclaw. Oops.

29:40 – Marsuulio
Jademist Dancer, Ghastly Kid, Pygmy Marsuul
vs. Chi-Chi, Frostwolf Ghostpup, Puddle Terror

I didn’t play so well in this one, either. Oops.

35:00 – The Suggested III
Ghastly Kid, Jademist Dancer, Alpine Foxling
vs. Teroclaw Hatchling, Iron Starlette, Unborn Val’kyr

I suppose revenge is revenge, even if I’m not on my A gameF

One Response to November 11, 2017

  1. Jere says:

    Just a small thought. You are trying to take some unused pets to 100 wins, but you are worried about wicked souls, teroclaw hatchlings, etc. Why not instead of trying to come up with the perfect one size fits all team, come up with two or three very similar teams but each with a counter to 1 or 2 of the threats you are worried about? That way, you can quickly swap out to the counter team if you run into some bad queues, chase the team away, and then you can swap back. If the teams are similar enough, then you still get in some good experience with the pets you care about. It’ll make it a bit slower to get 1 team to 100 but you might find it less stressful/more fun that way?

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