October 12, 2015

Five Wins Or Bust
A video is worth 1,444 words. Please beware, I go on a babbling streak there at the end… for the third time in a row :)

0:50 – Ginsu Brothers
Fragment Of Anger, Alpine Foxling, Trunks
win vs. Mechanical Pandaren Dragonling, Legs, Syd the Squid

5:45 – The Treacherous Three
Young Talbuk, Macabre Marionette, Mechanical Pandaren Dragonling
win vs. Mechanical Pandaren Dragonling x 3

8:53 – Bovine University
Fiendish Imp, Ghastly Kid, Pygmy Cow
loss vs. Graves, Molten Corgi, Dread Hatchling

13:45 – Dancefloor Hustlers
Fragment Of Anger, Alpine Hare, Death Talon Whelpguard
win vs. Luyu Moth, Ashwing Moth, Flamering Moth

17:15 – Beige Bandits
Qiraji Guardling, Direhorn Runt, Living Sandling
vs. Fossilized Raptor, Cogblade Raptor, Zandalari Toenibbler

24:50 – You Guys Are Dead
Lil’ Bad Wolf, Crimson Geode, Lesser Voidcaller
win vs. Bone Serpent, Ore Eater, Lifelike Mechanical Scorpid

15 Responses to October 12, 2015

  1. Sternish says:

    Damn you had me cracking up with “You guys are dead!” Great vid =)

  2. Jere says:

    Just a quick note: when you lost with Bovine University, you changed the record from 11-2 to 12-2 at around time 13:03

    • Discodoggy says:

      Even when I lose, I win! I’ve done that in the past but caught myself. I’m sure there are times when I haven’t caught it, though. Thank you, I’ll change it now.

      • Jere says:

        No problem at all. I apology that the earlier post was a bit curt, but I did really enjoy the video. I was just typing that as I watched it, so I wasn’t thinking well…I can’t do two things at once very well.

        I appreciate all the hard work you put into these videos. I’m a bit of a pvp noob (I understand pet mechanics really well…just not people as much). I’ve been playing your warriors and rich girls teams, which have helped a lot (helps make up for my noobness to have a decent team). I still lose to graves almost always, but I did put the hurt on a couple MPD teams (and sadly a person with a green/uncommon otter). After twenty wins, I called it quits while I was ahead!

        • Discodoggy says:

          No problem, I didn’t take it that way at all. It’s always hard to get tone across the internet.

          Nice to see that some of these teams are helping. I think The Warriors is a hard team to play with, so kudos if your winning with those pets.

      • Jere says:


        I can’t type either!

  3. DaveX says:

    Even by your standards, I think that last win was something else.
    I saw you had it as a win in the summary. In the vid, you go down to a 1 vs 2. Against a full health Crusher and some other random.
    Eh, no way he can win that, I thought. He must have gotten the wins mixed up or something, I thought.
    Then – oh – woh – lol.
    Thanks for teaching me something new every time – this one was Amp Magic affects the current pet, always thought it was only on the pet that cast it. Guess what I’m going off to work on this week 😛

    • Discodoggy says:

      Good luck, let me know how it works out. I used to try and amplify my Whirlpool a lot when I used a Spirit Crab regularly.

  4. Dampe says:

    Nice battles man!
    That “you guys are dead” battle is ART
    You are an artist Sir

  5. Tekulve says:

    The curious thing about Disco’s last battle is why the opponent didnt come in with the mech scorpid and extra plating to soak a heavy hit…

    howl bombed or not..it was the only real threat to negate ..the crusher should have been the sweeper..poorly played

    This takes nothing away from Disco’s win ..pretty brave to field a lesser voidcaller..which stunk up the place..living up to it’s name

    Seriously,Disco..that pet has to be worse than an h/h Skunky Aelemental..a pet you call pvp’s worst

    • Discodoggy says:

      I do say in the video that I think that the voidcaller is a candidate for the worst pet.

      But yeah, the last battle was poorly played by my opponent.

  6. Tekulve says:

    After having watched some of your vids, I’m curious about how you use crouch, Disco. I see you don’t generally ‘set’ it right away. I wondered if you do it that way on purpose.

    If I face pets that shield or dodge,I wait till then to crouch… but I often crouch early on.
    Looking at the ‘waiting to crouch a couple of attacks into the battle’ approach… when beasts take full hits early on, it just activates their racial advantage sooner..then if you crouch you ‘tank’ at the right time ..

    Maybe I’m over thinking it but on the whole I find I like to set crouch sooner than you tend to..food for thought

    • Discodoggy says:

      I suppose that I try to keep people guessing about when I will use it. As soon as I use it then my opponent will know when it will end and thus know when to do full damage with a CD. And like you mentioned, more protection at the end when the beast racial is active is useful. I also don’t like to use it against Graves until both AoEs are used. By using it on an AoE round I am only saving my fox from a hundred or so damage while missing out on at least 420 from Flurry.

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