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Blizzard has significantly increased the Hunter stable size to hold up to 205 pets in this week's Alpha build!

  • In Battle for Azeroth, you have 60 empty and 5 active slots, so that's a total of 65 pets you can store.
  • In Shadowlands, the number of empty slots has increased by 140 to 200, allowing you to store up to a maximum of 205 pets.

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I should probably tame more pets... I have like 12? in the stable and the 5 I have out, and even then only really use 3, Nether Ray, Spirit Beast, and Silithid...

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I play several hunters and I have to say this is Huntarded!  We don't need 200 slots for pets! hell 60 is overkill!  Blizzard should have taken that effort and just given us, all classes,  the option to replace our backpack with any bag we want!, screw attaching an Authenticator for 4 stinking slots, another bag that's what we all would rather have!

Nerd Rage complete!

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4 hours ago, durdyenglish said:

Do people really even tame this many pets?

99,9% of hunters will never have more than a dozen pets. But I still think it's a nice gesture towards the most enthusiastic 0,1% that run Petopia and other pet-related hunter fan sites - what storage space is Blizzard sacrificing? A few kilobytes per realm? Hell, make it 1000 just to be sure they will never be able to fill up all slots.

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3 hours ago, Badadada said:

99,9% of hunters will never have more than a dozen pets. But I still think it's a nice gesture towards the most enthusiastic 0,1% that run Petopia and other pet-related hunter fan sites - what storage space is Blizzard sacrificing? A few kilobytes per realm? Hell, make it 1000 just to be sure they will never be able to fill up all slots.

If they're adding this many slots, how about some achievements for taming pets... seems criminally absent at this point.

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On 7/2/2020 at 2:58 PM, Badadada said:

99,9% of hunters will never have more than a dozen pets. But I still think it's a nice gesture towards the most enthusiastic 0,1% that run Petopia and other pet-related hunter fan sites - what storage space is Blizzard sacrificing? A few kilobytes per realm? Hell, make it 1000 just to be sure they will never be able to fill up all slots.

I'm happy to not be part of your 99.9% club. It's fun to be unique! I have had my stable FULL for years. 15 years of WOW hunting...

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