Tracking Complete

So, Juna has gotten all of the trackable hunter pets in Pandaria. She got super lucky with Hexapos and, um … what’s the basilisk’s name? Rockhide? Yeah. Both of them she found pretty much right away the first time she went looking. Bloodtooth and Bombyx in Krasarang were very easy to find as well. She spent the most time in the Jade Forest. Between the large phased area that Glimmer paths through, and the way Savage’s prints blend in with the forest floor, these were easily the two most difficult ones to track.

Now, based on what I had read, both at the Wowhead guide and at WoW Rare Spawns, it seemed like Patrannache would be the hardest one to find. And it is true that his tracks are really hard to see. But on about my fourth visit to the Valley, I spotted them. I tracked him through the swampy area east of the Heartland, but lost the trail just north of Halfhill. Fortunately, thanks to the many screenshots Euphyley has posted, I knew that his trail would take him directly under Darkhide. So, being a lazy sort anyway, I parked my behind near the big mushan and just kept a flare under him until the bird appeared.

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Now for her next project. Let’s see … she has just over 100 Halaa battle tokens. She can go grind Oshu’gun Crystal Powder and get one of the two Halaa talbuks. She also needs to finish grinding Wolvar rep to get Sholazar Mercenary.

Also, Arelin’s transfer is complete. He has joined the rest of my crew on the Norgannon side, bringing Wega’s old bank guild with him. So now I have all of my professions together.

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4 Responses to “Tracking Complete”

  1. koalabear21 Says:

    Grats on the pet!

  2. tomeoftheancient Says:

    Grats on those, my Hunter got Savage and then just quit. She seems to be enamored with cats.

  3. PlaidElf Says:

    Grats on the pets!
    Wasn’t the tracking a fun mechanic for finding them? I do hope they use it again sometime because I really enjoyed it.

  4. repgrind Says:

    It was, I really enjoyed it! Especially since no one else (besides other hunters at least) could see or kill them. And I’m not very good at the taming challenges which require me to actually be good at combat (stupid porcupines), but following tracks? Yeah, I can do that.

    I wonder how it will work when they take out Hunter’s Mark, though.

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