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Falcosaurs Mini-Guide

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Tired of searching for falcosaurs? Here's our falcosaur mini-guide with coords and videos.

I was a little perplexed with the location of all Falcosaurs so this should help you all out a bit. More than one World Quest may be up at a time. Finish it, kill a Matriarch and then go look for the little orphan. Don't forget to pick up food in Dalaran from Amisi Azuregaze (49, 39 inside the Tavern). Fruit is sold by the barmaid Sandra Bartan. If you haven't picked up the food, you won't be able to acquire the hatchling, but no problem, every zone has a specific vendor that has the food you need, so you don't need to head back to Dalaran.

Evani Collects made four short 1-minute videos with locations for each pet.

Bloodgazer Hatchling - Azsuna (35, 7)

Direbeak Hatchling - Stormheim (79, 76)

Sharptalon Hatchling - Val'sharar (47, 10 up the hill)

Snowfeather Hatchling - Highmountain (32, 28)

Have you caught them all?

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Thank you for the short guide.  I have been having some difficulty and its nice to see all the info I need in one spot.

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45 minutes ago, PaasHaaS said:

Meh, stuck at a quest requiring nighthold now ... another 2-3 month wait to finish it. :/

The one to kill Krosus? Yeah it sucks.

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3 minutes ago, Blainie said:

The one to kill Krosus? Yeah it sucks.

Aye I just looked into it and apparently 2 pets require a boss kill in Nighthold while the other 2 require a kill in EN.

Guess which 2 pets I've been doing first ...

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1 minute ago, PaasHaaS said:

Guess which 2 pets I've been doing first ...

I feel like this is you right now:

R.I.P :(

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I have collected all 4, I finished the quest line on one of them all ready.  Just don't don't feel like doing it again at the moment.  

Felt like it would never end.  Just was glad it was 200% xp that week I leveled 3 of them.  Last one, just don't feel like leveling.  

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On 16.11.2016 at 4:47 PM, forsettii said:

I have collected all 4, I finished the quest line on one of them all ready.  Just don't don't feel like doing it again at the moment.  

Felt like it would never end.  Just was glad it was 200% xp that week I leveled 3 of them.  Last one, just don't feel like leveling.  

Pretty much my sentiments. I can't see myself doing everything repeatedly. 

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