November 4, 2015

Part 1: Disco’s Three
Finally some new content, yay.

0:15 – It’s Raining Magic
Zeradar, Royal Peachick, Nexus Whelpling
win vs. Unborn Val’kyr, Infected Squirrel, Fiendish Imp

4:55 – Dumb Mad Dumb
Prairie Mouse, Ghost Maggot, Silver Dragonhawk Hatchling
win vs. Clockwork Gnome, Crusher, Ancient Nest Guardian

12:45 – Wolperlator
Fiendish Imp, Sen’Jin Fetish, Wolpertinger
win vs. Bloodbeak, Bone Serpent, Widget the Departed

Part 2: Five Wins Or Bust
I kept my word and did a second video.

1:20 – Afternoon Delight
Prairie Mouse, Syd the Squid, Crystal Spider
win vs. Lil’ Ragnaros, Kun-Lai Runt, Son of Sethe

8:00 – The Undoomer
Ghastly Kid, Frostwolf Ghostpup, Doom Bloom
win vs. Lil’ Ragnaros, Kun-Lai Runt, Son of Sethe

13:20 – New Bone Maggies
Fiendish Imp, Macabre Marionette, Ghost Maggot
win vs. Teroclaw Hatchling, Puddle terror, Iron Starlette

20:55 – Bumbaclot Darkness
Nightshade Sproutling, Bone Serpent, Spectral Tiger Cub
loss vs. Mechanical Pandaren Dragonling, Fossilized Hatchling, Creepy Crate

32:25 – Agent Spectre
Nightshade Sproutling, Bone Serpent, Spectral Spinner
win vs. Clockwork Gnome, Sunreaver Micro-Sentry, Darkmoon Zeppelin

43:50 – Evening Delight
Imperial Eagle Chick, Infected Fawn, Stone Armadillo
loss vs. Clockwork Gnome, Sunreaver Micro-Sentry, Darkmoon Zeppelin

49:25 – Rick Huntley
Graves, Ghastly Kid, Fawn
win vs. Clockwork Gnome, Sunreaver Micro-Sentry, Darkmoon Zeppelin

10 Responses to November 4, 2015

  1. Vapid says:

    I made the same Zeradar team too! For fun you ought to make a team using the three SC2 pets.

    Mini Thor

    Not that much synergy, just kinda enjoyable to use them.

    • Discodoggy says:

      I suppose the Baneling not being a magic pet finally pays off, but I still feel somewhat duped when I really wanted the magic version.

  2. Tekulve says:

    Zeradar is pretty scary with arcane winds up… not quick to take out with the magic racial either.

    Blizzard must have felt there was a lack of aoe damage in pet pvp to come up with this pet’s move set lol.

    Murkalot/ Graves / Zeredar like this:
    1) Start with Graves and do some aoe damage…
    2) Go to Zeradar get up arcane (psionic) storm and do shockwave aoe and other damage till death- (or portal to murkalot-uses falling murloc atk)
    3) Graves – damage + consume corpse
    OR Murkalot ~ if weather hasnt been changed -falling murloc-stun free..
    then RI to Graves

    It would be very tough to beat this trio. Especially if the player carefully watches the team hp to optimize portal/RI
    I feel like one would need weather to counter get no stuns in arcane winds and this trio hits very hard

    • Vapid says:

      I ran into this team a couple times yesterday, but Graves had bonestorm. I thought the MPD version was annoying but changing to the Zeradar is pretty impressive. The combination of the no stun aoe weather with portal to bring in murk for his falling move is deadly. Combine RI with either of the three aoe moves is almost game over.

      I was able to try frosty cold rats but it lost. Never got my queue to line up and try rick frosty to see how a graves/kid heal works against it.

      I suspect the infected squirrel would be useful against this team. But having a weather change is probably the best idea, maybe trunks with moonlight and xufu.

      • Lyraat says:

        Or use the weather, too. Nexus Whelpling + Blighthawk + Shimmering Wyrmling. Extra damage for the two Mana Surges, two avoidances (Deflection and Lift-Off), Ghostly Bite for a kill shot on Murkalot.

        I faced a team like that, too. I was unprepared, and my opponent didn’t know how to play it. Match one to me. Then s/he figured out that Murkalot RI’ing to Zeredar’s Psionic Storm was 486 dmg to all pets. Match two to him/her.

    • Discodoggy says:

      Nice work! People are stating that this team is one of the best around on the US forums.

  3. Tekulve says:

    With Murkidan, there is an uptick of humanoids in pvp…funny that Nibbles comes out now with howl +bone bite(str.vs hum) in it’s toolbox

    All of a sudden I also see a ton of fiendish imps in my meta for the first time..likely due to some dude using 3x mpd and another using 3x stonegrinder
    Today I also faced a p/p Nightshade…it had the heal in the middle slot and did ok

    Interesting times in pet pvp…still too many undead tbh

    • Tekulve says:

      As a side note, the p/p Nightshade used poison lash/natures vs mechs, it would DoT poison then set the heal and retreat to the backline

      • DaveX says:

        I wonder if that was me – been running a P/P Nightshade all week 😛

        Fist – Poison lash – Heal delivers 1400 dmg over 6 rounds, at the cost of staying on the frontline for 2 rounds, 3 if you heal. I sometimes change it to Heal 1st, then Fist – Lash.

        I’m curious if any other pets can deliver that much single-target damage from just 2-3 rounds and then go to the backline? Bone Serpents..

        I’ve been pairing it with Other hard-hitters or Nature’s ward types. The fawns with Nature’s Ward and stampede are a good setup for Headbutt or to force an opponent swap.

        • Tekulve says:

          My opponent had a jungle grub and a Valk… I recall the grub’s insane 1200+ crit Chomp against me one game

          The Fawn is a great choice btw..the bone serpent +darkness popularity being the only party crasher

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