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wow Warlords of Draenor Battle Pet Guide

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Check out our guide to the new pets (so far) in WoD!

Warlords of Draenor is still some time away, but we wanted to take a look at the battle pets Blizzard has added to the game so far! In addition to a plethora of new achievements, mounts and other fun items, there will certainly be tons of new additions to player's pet menageries with this expansion. We're already starting to see Draenor wild pets along with some awesome profession-crafted pets! The inv_helm_cloth_petsafari_a_01.jpgSafari Hat item is now a toy, so you can easily "equip" the buff using a spell, rather than having to switch equipment. A newly upgraded hat, the inv_helm_cloth_petsafari_a_01.jpgSavage Safari Hat, will be available and offers a phenomenal 20% experience buff! Read on to find out more about the upcoming pets and pet items in Warlords of Draenor!


We'll see new, functional items such as pet-class specific Battle-Training Stones that grant a single pet level upon use and some new cosmetic items like inv_elemental_eternal_air.jpgGloria's Glorious Gliding Goodies. Blizzard has also added a few more costumes for the Perky Pug, but unfortunately there's no sign of cosmetic items yet for any other pets. We'll likely see new rewards for pet daily quests in future patches, perhaps with achievement_guildperk_honorablemention.jPet Charm as a new currency reward.
 
One of the more whimsical additions in Warlords of Draenor is the inv_pet_baby_elekk_blue.jpgElekk Plushie, a companion lovingly crafted by Tailors. This adorable, fluffy trumpeter is a passive battle pet; that is, none of his abilities actually do anything. Blizzard has added special achievements for the bravest of the plushies, including an achievement for leveling the to level 25 (spell_magic_featherfall.jpgOverstuffed) and another for besting the most challenging trainers with an Elekk Plushie on your team. So far, inv_pet_baby_elekk_blue.jpgAn Awfully Big Adventure only includes the Celestial Tournament trainers but game designer Jonathan LeCraft has confirmed on Twitter that more trainers will be added. 
 
It's certainly looking to be a fun (and perhaps a little silly) expansion for pet collectors and battlers everywhere, so do take some time to check out our guide to all of the currently known pets in Warlords of Draenor! Don't forget you can click on a pet's name to check out the pet on WoWDB and view it in 3D!

Last Updated: July 24, 2014



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Albino Chimaeraling
Type: Dragonkin
Source: Egg in Shadowmoon Valley (Draenor)
Level 1
spell_fire_twilightflamebreath.jpgShadowflame
Level 2
spell_druid_stamedingroar.jpgRoar
Level 4
ability_druid_flightform.jpgLift-Off
Level 10
inv_misc_monstertail_05.jpgTail Sweep
Level 15
spell_shadow_twilight.jpgCall Darkness
Level 20
spell_fire_selfdestruct.jpgDeep Breath

 


 
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Albino Ravager Wasp
Type: Flying
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
ability_creature_poison_03.jpgPuncture Wound
Level 2
ability_monk_dpsstance.jpgFocus
Level 10
spell_nature_nullifypoison_02.jpgBarbed Stinger
Level 10
inv_misc_monsterclaw_03.jpgClaw
Level 15
ability_druid_predatoryinstincts.jpgPredatory Strike
Level 20
ability_ghoulfrenzy.jpgRavage

 



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Ancient Nest Guardian
Type: Mechanical
Source: Archaeology
Level 1
inv_misc_birdbeck_01.jpgPeck
Level 2
inv_misc_wartornscrap_plate.jpgExtra Plating
Level 4
ability_priest_angelicfeather.jpgFeathered Frenzy
Level 10
inv_mace_02.jpgBatter
Level 15
spell_nature_stranglevines.jpgEntangling Roots
Level 20
inv_gizmo_02.jpgWind-Up




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Autumnal Sproutling
Type: Elemental
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
inv_misc_herb_nightmarevine.jpgLash
Level 2
spell_nature_spiritarmor.jpgNature's Ward
Level 4
inv_misc_herb_sansamroot.jpgSons of the Root
Level 10
inv_mace_10.jpgClub
Level 15
inv_misc_herb_ancientlichen.jpgLeech Seed
Level 20
spell_nature_earthbindtotem.jpgFist of the Forest

 


 
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Black Ravager Hatchling
Type: Beast
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
inv_tradeskillitem_03.jpgGnaw
Level 2
ability_ghoulfrenzy.jpgRavage
Level 4
ability_creature_poison_03.jpgPuncture Wound
Level 10
ability_druid_ferociousbite.jpgBite
Level 15
ability_monk_clashingoxcharge.jpgBody Slam
Level 20
ability_monk_clashingoxcharge.jpgTakedown

 



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Blazing Cindercrawler
Type: Elemental
Source: Sold during Midsummer Fire Festival for 350 inv_summerfest_fireflower.jpgBurning Blossom
Level 1
inv_elemental_mote_fire01.jpgBurn
Level 2
spell_fire_moltenblood.jpgBrittle Webbing
Level 4
ability_rhyolith_magmaflow_wave.jpgMagma Wave
Level 10
ability_mage_firestarter.jpgFlamethrower
Level 15
achievement_cooking_masterofthesteamer.jHeat Up
Level 20
ability_mage_hotstreak.jpgCauterize




 
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Blue Axebeak Hatchling
Type: Flying
Source: Pet Battle in Draenor
Level 1
inv_misc_volatileair.jpgSlicing Wind
Level 2
spell_nature_invisibilitytotem.jpgRain Dance
Level 4
ability_druid_flightform.jpgLift-Off
Level 10
inv_misc_birdbeck_01.jpgPeck
Level 15
achievement_guild_ridelikethewind.jpgFlyby
Level 20
ability_priest_darkness.jpgNocturnal Strike

 


 
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Blue Ravager Hatchling
Type: Beast
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
inv_tradeskillitem_03.jpgGnaw
Level 2
ability_ghoulfrenzy.jpgRavage
Level 4
ability_creature_poison_03.jpgPuncture Wound
Level 10
ability_druid_ferociousbite.jpgBite
Level 15
ability_monk_clashingoxcharge.jpgBody Slam
Level 20
ability_monk_clashingoxcharge.jpgTakedown

 


 
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Blue Ravager Wasp
Type: Flying
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
spell_nature_nullifypoison_02.jpgBarbed Stinger
Level 2
ability_monk_dpsstance.jpgFocus
Level 10
ability_creature_poison_03.jpgPuncture Wound
Level 10
inv_misc_monsterclaw_03.jpgClaw
Level 15
ability_druid_predatoryinstincts.jpgPredatory Strike
Level 20
ability_ghoulfrenzy.jpgRavage

 


 
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Brown Axebeak Hatchling
Type: Flying
Source: Pet Battle in Draenor
Level 1
inv_misc_volatileair.jpgSlicing Wind
Level 2
spell_nature_invisibilitytotem.jpgRain Dance
Level 4
ability_druid_flightform.jpgLift-Off
Level 10
inv_misc_birdbeck_01.jpgPeck
Level 15
achievement_guild_ridelikethewind.jpgFlyby
Level 20
ability_priest_darkness.jpgNocturnal Strike

 


 
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Brown Ravager Hatchling
Type: Beast
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
inv_tradeskillitem_03.jpgGnaw
Level 2
ability_ghoulfrenzy.jpgRavage
Level 4
ability_creature_poison_03.jpgPuncture Wound
Level 10
ability_druid_ferociousbite.jpgBite
Level 15
ability_monk_clashingoxcharge.jpgBody Slam
Level 20
ability_monk_clashingoxcharge.jpgTakedown

 


 
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Bush Chicken
Type: Critter
Source: Purchased during Pilgrim's Bounty
Level 1
spell_magic_polymorphchicken.jpgFlock
Level 2
ability_hunter_pet_vulture.jpgSquawk
Level 4
ability_mount_mountainram.jpgHeadbutt
Level 10
spell_nature_natureswrath.jpgSavage Talon
Level 15
ability_druid_rake.jpgRake
Level 20
spell_nature_cyclone.jpgCyclone




 
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Crazy Carrot
Type: Elemental
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
ability_hunter_eagleeye.jpgAlpha Strike
Level 2
spell_nature_acid_01.jpgAcid Rain
Level 4
ability_druid_bash.jpgBash
Level 10
spell_lifegivingseed.jpgStun Seed
Level 15
inv_misc_enggizmos_27.jpgHaywire
Level 20
spell_frost_frozenorb.jpgBlistering Cold

 



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Cursed Birman
Type: Undead
Source: Purchased during Hallow's End for 150 achievement_halloween_candy_01.jpgTricky Treat
Level 1
ability_druid_supriseattack.jpgPounce
Level 2
spell_shadow_twilight.jpgCall Darkness
Level 4
ability_druid_lacerate.jpgDevour
Level 10
ability_racial_bearform.jpgSpirit Claws
Level 15
spell_holy_greaterblessingofsanctuary.jpSpirit Spikes
Level 20
ability_druid_prowl.jpgProwl




 
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Draenei Micro Defender
Type: Mechanical
Source: Not Yet Implemented
Level 1
inv_misc_desecrated_plategloves.jpgMetal Fist
Level 2
ability_warrior_shieldwall.jpgReflective Shield
Level 4
inv_gizmo_supersappercharge.jpgExplode
Level 10
inv_mace_02.jpgBatter
Level 15
inv_shield_06.jpgShield Block
Level 20
ability_hunter_resourcefulness.jpgIon Cannon

 


 
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Dwarf Gronnling
Type: Humanoid
Source: Drop in "Your Weapon"
Level 1
ability_warrior_titansgrip.jpgCrush
Level 2
inv_crystallized_earth.jpgStoneskin
Level 4
spell_nature_earthshock.jpgRupture
Level 10
ability_smash.jpgSmash
Level 15
inv_potion_57.jpgGiant's Blood
Level 20
spell_festergutgas.jpgDreadful Breath

 


 
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Elekk Plushie
Type: Magic
Source: Crafted by Tailoring

 


 
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Forest Sproutling
Type: Elemental
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
inv_misc_herb_nightmarevine.jpgLash
Level 2
inv_holiday_summerfest_petals.jpgRefuge
Level 4
spell_nature_earthbindtotem.jpgFist of the Forest
Level 10
inv_mace_10.jpgClub
Level 15
inv_misc_herb_ancientlichen.jpgLeech Seed
Level 20
inv_misc_herb_sansamroot.jpgSons of the Root

 



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Frostwolf Ghostpup
Type: Undead
Source: Archaeology(Draenor)
Level 1
ability_druid_ferociousbite.jpgBite
Level 2
inv_holiday_summerfest_petals.jpgRefuge
Level 4
spell_shaman_blessingofeternals.jpgFrolick
Level 10
inv_tradeskillitem_03.jpgGnaw
Level 15
spell_holy_senseundead.jpgHaunting Song
Level 20
ability_druid_maul.jpgMaul




 
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Ghastly Kid
Type: Undead
Source: Pet Battle with Eleanor
Level 1
ability_warstomp.jpgHoof
Level 2
spell_frost_manaburn.jpgConsume Magic
Level 4
achievement_halloween_ghost_01.jpgGhostly Bite
Level 10
ability_creature_disease_04.jpgDiseased Bite
Level 15
ability_monk_forcesphere.jpgEthereal
Level 20
ability_warlock_haunt.jpgHaunt

 


 
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Gnawtooth Rat
Type: Critter
Source: Pet Battle in Garrisons
Level 1
ability_druid_tigersroar.jpgSneaky Bite
Level 2
ability_druid_cower.jpgCrouch
Level 4
inv_misc_foot_centaur.jpgStampede
Level 10
inv_misc_monsterclaw_01.jpgFlurry
Level 15
inv_holiday_summerfest_petals.jpgRefuge
Level 20
spell_shadow_twilight.jpgCall Darkness

 


 
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Gold Ravager Wasp
Type: Flying
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
spell_nature_nullifypoison_02.jpgBarbed Stinger
Level 2
ability_monk_dpsstance.jpgFocus
Level 10
ability_creature_poison_03.jpgPuncture Wound
Level 10
inv_misc_monsterclaw_03.jpgClaw
Level 15
ability_druid_predatoryinstincts.jpgPredatory Strike
Level 20
ability_ghoulfrenzy.jpgRavage

 


 
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Goren Youngling
Type: Humanoid
Source: Unknown
Level 1
spell_nature_elementalshields.jpgAcid Touch
Level 2
inv_shield_23.jpgShell Armor
Level 4
ability_monk_clashingoxcharge.jpgBody Slam
Level 10
ability_rogue_kidneyshot.jpgPunch
Level 15
inv_shield_18.jpgSpiny Carapace
Level 20
ability_vehicle_siegeengineram.jpgDemolish




 
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Green Axebeak Hatchling
Type: Flying
Source: Pet Battle in Draenor
Level 1
inv_misc_volatileair.jpgSlicing Wind
Level 2
spell_nature_invisibilitytotem.jpgRain Dance
Level 4
ability_druid_flightform.jpgLift-Off
Level 10
inv_misc_birdbeck_01.jpgPeck
Level 15
achievement_guild_ridelikethewind.jpgFlyby
Level 20
ability_priest_darkness.jpgNocturnal Strike

 



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Green Ravager Hatchling
Type: Beast
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
inv_tradeskillitem_03.jpgGnaw
Level 2
ability_ghoulfrenzy.jpgRavage
Level 4
ability_creature_poison_03.jpgPuncture Wound
Level 10
ability_druid_ferociousbite.jpgBite
Level 15
ability_monk_clashingoxcharge.jpgBody Slam
Level 20
ability_monk_clashingoxcharge.jpgTakedown

 


 
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Green Ravager Wasp
Type: Flying
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
spell_nature_nullifypoison_02.jpgBarbed Stinger
Level 2
ability_monk_dpsstance.jpgFocus
Level 10
ability_creature_poison_03.jpgPuncture Wound
Level 10
inv_misc_monsterclaw_03.jpgClaw
Level 15
ability_druid_predatoryinstincts.jpgPredatory Strike
Level 20
ability_ghoulfrenzy.jpgRavage

 


 
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Grovestrider Hatchling
Type: Flying
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
inv_misc_monsterclaw_03.jpgClaw
Level 2
ability_hunter_mastermarksman.jpgHawk Eye
Level 4
ability_ghoulfrenzy.jpgRavage
Level 10
ability_hunter_eagleeye.jpgAlpha Strike
Level 15
spell_nature_mirrorimage.jpgDodge
Level 20
spell_nature_spiritarmor.jpgNature's Ward

 


 
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Hogs
Type: Humanoid
Source: Achievement, "WoW's 10th Anniversary"
Level 1
ability_hunter_swiftstrike.jpgVicious Slice
Level 2
inv_misc_foot_centaur.jpgStampede
Level 4
ability_mount_mountainram.jpgHeadbutt
Level 10
ability_druid_ferociousbite.jpgBite
Level 15
spell_deathknight_gnaw_ghoul.jpgConsume Corpse
Level 20
ability_druid_maul.jpgMaul




 
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Iron Starlette
Type: Mechanical
Source: Crafted by Engineering
Level 1
inv_misc_desecrated_plategloves.jpgMetal Fist
Level 2
inv_gizmo_03.jpgOvertune
Level 4
ability_vehicle_siegeengineram.jpgDemolish
Level 10
spell_druid_thrash.jpgThrash
Level 15
inv_misc_wartornscrap_plate.jpgExtra Plating
Level 20
ability_repair.jpgRepair

 


 
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Kelp Sproutling
Type: Elemental
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
inv_misc_herb_nightmarevine.jpgLash
Level 2
inv_elemental_primal_water.jpgCleansing Rain
Level 4
inv_misc_herb_sansamroot.jpgSons of the Root
Level 10
inv_mace_10.jpgClub
Level 15
spell_nature_invisibilitytotem.jpgRain Dance
Level 20
spell_nature_earthbindtotem.jpgFist of the Forest

 


 
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Leatherhide Runt
Type: Beast
Source: Pet Battle in Nagrand (Draenor)
Level 1
ability_smash.jpgSmash
Level 2
spell_deathknight_iceboundfortitude.jpgSurvival
Level 4
inv_weapon_shortblade_70.jpgHorn Attack
Level 10
ability_mount_ridingelekk.jpgTrample
Level 15
inv_misc_monsterhorn_03.jpgTrumpet Strike
Level 20
inv_misc_foot_centaur.jpgStampede

 


 
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Lifelike Mechanical Frostboar
Type: Mechanical
Source: Crafted by Engineering
Level 1
ability_vehicle_siegeenginecharge.jpgCharge
Level 2
inv_misc_enggizmos_37.jpgRebuild
Level 4
inv_crate_02.jpgDecoy
Level 10
ability_racial_rocketbarrage.jpgMissile
Level 15
inv_misc_food_164_fish_seadog.jpgPig Out
Level 20
ability_mount_mountainram.jpgHeadbutt

 


 
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Lil' Leftovers
Type: Magic
Source:Obtained via Cooking
Level 1
ability_creature_disease_03.jpgAbsorb
Level 2
achievement_halloween_rottenegg_01.jpgStench
Level 4
inv_misc_food_vendor_greencabbage.jpgHigh Fiber
Level 10
spell_nature_polymorph.jpgChew
Level 15
ability_druid_cower.jpgCrouch
Level 20
inv_thanksgiving_turkey_act.jpgFood Coma

 


 
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Lovebird Hatchling
Type: Critter
Source: Purchased during Love is in the Air for 40 inv_valentinescard01.jpgLove Token
Level 1
inv_misc_birdbeck_01.jpgPeck
Level 2
spell_brokenheart.jpgLovestruck
Level 4
spell_nature_healingway.jpgPheromones
Level 10
ability_hunter_eagleeye.jpgAlpha Strike
Level 15
ability_hunter_mastermarksman.jpgHawk Eye
Level 20
ability_druid_predatoryinstincts.jpgPredatory Strike




 
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Meadowstomper Calf
Type: Beast
Source: Quest, "Awesome Quest"
Level 1
ability_mount_ridingelekk.jpgTrample
Level 2
ability_hunter_pet_devilsaur.jpgPrimal Cry
Level 4
ability_mount_mountainram.jpgHeadbutt
Level 10
ability_smash.jpgSmash
Level 15
inv_misc_pelt_arctic_02.jpgTough n' Cuddly
Level 20
inv_misc_foot_centaur.jpgStampede

 


 
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Mechanical Toucan
Type: Flying
Source: Crafted by Engineering
Level 1
ability_hunter_eagleeye.jpgAlpha Strike
Level 2
ability_hunter_mastermarksman.jpgHawk Eye
Level 4
inv_crate_02.jpgDecoy
Level 10
inv_misc_birdbeck_01.jpgPeck
Level 15
inv_misc_enggizmos_27.jpgHaywire
Level 20
ability_druid_flightform.jpgLift-Off

 


 
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Molten Corgi
Type: Elemental
Source: World Event
Level 1
ability_hunter_sickem.jpgBark
Level 2
spell_beastmaster_wolf.jpgSuperbark
Level 4
ability_warlock_burningembers.jpgPuppies of the Flame
Level 10
ability_mage_firestarter.jpgFlamethrower
Level 15
ability_mage_hotstreak.jpgCauterize
Level 20
spell_beastmaster_rylak.jpgInferno Herding

 


 
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Moonshell Crab
Type: Aquatic
Source: Pet Battle in Shadowmoon Valley (Draenor)
Level 1
ability_mage_arcanebarrage.jpgArcane Slash
Level 2
inv_shield_21.jpgShell Shield
Level 4
ability_monk_renewingmists.jpgRenewing Mists
Level 10
inv_misc_volatilewater.jpgWater Jet
Level 15
spell_nature_abolishmagic.jpgAmplify Magic
Level 20
ability_druid_starfall.jpgMoon Tears

 


 
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Mud Jumper
Type: Aquatic
Source: Pet Battle in Draenor
Level 1
inv_misc_volatilewater.jpgWater Jet
Level 2
inv_misc_volatileearth.jpgMudslide
Level 4
creatureportrait_bubble.jpgBubble
Level 10
inv_misc_food_meat_raw_08.jpgTongue Lash
Level 15
spell_shadow_carrionswarm.jpgSwarm of Flies
Level 20
spell_nature_giftofthewaterspirit.jpgPump

 



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Netherspawn, Son of Netherspawn
Type: Magic
Source: Dropped by Netherspawn
Level 1
inv_enchant_essencecosmicgreater.jpgNether Blast
Level 2
spell_frost_manaburn.jpgConsume Magic
Level 4
ability_creature_poison_02.jpgPoison Spit
Level 10
ability_creature_disease_03.jpgAbsorb
Level 15
ability_creature_disease_02.jpgExpunge
Level 20
ability_creature_poison_05.jpgCreeping Ooze




 
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Nightshade Sproutling
Type: Elemental
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
inv_misc_herb_nightmarevine.jpgLash
Level 2
spell_nature_spiritarmor.jpgNature's Ward
Level 4
sha_ability_rogue_bloodyeye.jpgBlinding Poison
Level 10
inv_misc_herb_felweed.jpgPoison Lash
Level 15
spell_shadow_twilight.jpgCall Darkness
Level 20
spell_nature_earthbindtotem.jpgFist of the Forest

 


 
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Red Axebeak Hatchling
Type: Flying
Source: Pet Battle in Draenor
Level 1
inv_misc_volatileair.jpgSlicing Wind
Level 2
spell_nature_invisibilitytotem.jpgRain Dance
Level 4
ability_druid_flightform.jpgLift-Off
Level 10
inv_misc_birdbeck_01.jpgPeck
Level 15
achievement_guild_ridelikethewind.jpgFlyby
Level 20
ability_priest_darkness.jpgNocturnal Strike




 
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Red Ravager Wasp
Type: Flying
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
spell_nature_nullifypoison_02.jpgBarbed Stinger
Level 2
ability_monk_dpsstance.jpgFocus
Level 10
ability_creature_poison_03.jpgPuncture Wound
Level 10
inv_misc_monsterclaw_03.jpgClaw
Level 15
ability_druid_predatoryinstincts.jpgPredatory Strike
Level 20
ability_ghoulfrenzy.jpgRavage

 


 
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River Calf
Type: Beast
Source: Pet Battle in Nagrand (Draenor)
Level 1
ability_druid_ferociousbite.jpgBite
Level 2
ability_monk_clashingoxcharge.jpgTakedown
Level 4
ability_monk_powerstrikes.jpgClobber
Level 10
inv_misc_volatilewater.jpgWater Jet
Level 15
inv_crystallized_earth.jpgStoneskin
Level 20
ability_mount_mountainram.jpgHeadbutt



 
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Royal Peacock
Type: Flying
Source: Achievement, "Draenor Pet Master"
Level 1
inv_misc_birdbeck_01.jpgPeck
Level 2
spell_priest_divinestar_holy.jpgDazzling Dance
Level 4
spell_nature_invisibilitytotem.jpgRain Dance
Level 10
inv_misc_monsterclaw_03.jpgClaw
Level 15
ability_druid_predatoryinstincts.jpgPredatory Strike
Level 20
inv_elemental_primal_air.jpgWild Winds

 


 
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Runtish Gronnling
Type: Humanoid
Source: Drop, "Your Attitude"
Level 1
ability_warrior_titansgrip.jpgCrush
Level 2
inv_crystallized_earth.jpgStoneskin
Level 4
spell_nature_earthshock.jpgRupture
Level 10
ability_smash.jpgSmash
Level 15
inv_potion_57.jpgGiant's Blood
Level 20
spell_festergutgas.jpgDreadful Breath

 


 
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Sassy Sproutling
Type: Elemental
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
inv_misc_herb_nightmarevine.jpgLash
Level 2
spell_nature_spiritarmor.jpgNature's Ward
Level 4
spell_nature_mirrorimage.jpgDodge
Level 10
inv_mace_10.jpgClub
Level 15
spell_lifegivingseed.jpgStun Seed
Level 20
spell_nature_earthbindtotem.jpgFist of the Forest

 


 
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Sea Calf
Type: Aquatic
Source: Obtained via Fishing
Level 1
inv_misc_volatilewater.jpgWater Jet
Level 2
creatureportrait_bubble.jpgBubble
Level 4
ability_hunter_masterscall.jpgFeed
Level 10
inv_elemental_crystal_water.jpgSurge
Level 15
inv_helmet_49.jpgDive
Level 20
inv_pet_babyshark.jpgBlood in the Water

 


 
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Sky-Bo
Type: Mechanical
Source: Crafted by Engineering
Level 1
ability_mage_firestarter.jpgFlamethrower
Level 2
inv_misc_pyriumgrenade.jpgSticky Grenade
Level 4
inv_gizmo_rocketboot_01.jpgLaunch
Level 10
ability_rewindtime.jpgScreeching Gears
Level 15
inv_misc_enggizmos_02.jpgReboot
Level 20
inv_crate_02.jpgDecoy

 


 
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Stonegrinder
Type: Mechanical
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
ability_rewindtime.jpgScreeching Gears
Level 2
warrior_talent_icon_thunderstruck.jpgThunderbolt
Level 4
ability_druid_twilightswrath.jpgClean-Up
Level 10
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Level 15
spell_chargepositive.jpgSupercharge
Level 20
inv_misc_enggizmos_37.jpgRebuild

 



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Stout Alemental
Type: Elemental
Source: Purchased during Brewfest for 200 inv_misc_coin_01.jpgBrewfest Prize Token
Level 1
spell_brew_bolt_wheat.jpgBrew Bolt
Level 2
spell_brew_dark.jpgInebriate
Level 4
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Level 10
achievement_brewery_2.jpgBarrel Toss
Level 15
inv_cask_02.jpgExplosive Brew
Level 20
creatureportrait_bubble.jpgBubble




 
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Sun Sproutling
Type: Elemental
Source: Drop in Draenor
Level 1
inv_misc_herb_nightmarevine.jpgLash
Level 2
spell_nature_resistnature.jpgPhotosynthesis
Level 4
spell_nature_earthbindtotem.jpgFist of the Forest
Level 10
inv_mace_10.jpgClub
Level 15
spell_nature_healingwavegreater.jpgHealing Wave
Level 20
spell_holy_surgeoflight.jpgSolar Beam

 


 
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Syd the Squid
Type: Magic
Source: Greater Darkmoon Pet Supplies
Level 1
inv_misc_volatilewater.jpgWater Jet
Level 2
creatureportrait_bubble.jpgBubble
Level 4
spell_druid_ursolsvortex.jpgWhirlpool
Level 10
spell_shaman_tidalwaves.jpgTidal Wave
Level 15
ability_shaman_multitotemactivation.jpgHealing Stream
Level 20
inv_elemental_primal_water.jpgCleansing Rain

 


 
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Weebomination
Type: Undead
Source: Drop, Unknown
Level 1
ability_warrior_cleave.jpgCleave
Level 2
spell_deathknight_gnaw_ghoul.jpgConsume Corpse
Level 4
spell_deathknight_explode_ghoul.jpgCorpse Explosion
Level 10
ability_creature_disease_04.jpgDiseased Bite
Level 15
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Level 20
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Widget the Departed
Type: Undead
Source: Purchased during Hallow's End for 150 achievement_halloween_candy_01.jpgTricky Treat
Level 1
ability_druid_supriseattack.jpgPounce
Level 2
ability_druid_lacerate.jpgDevour
Level 4
spell_shadow_twilight.jpgCall Darkness
Level 10
ability_racial_bearform.jpgSpirit Claws
Level 15
ability_rogue_feint.jpgSpectral Strike
Level 20
ability_druid_prowl.jpgProwl





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Zomstrok
Type: Undead
Source: Drop, Unknown
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Lol omg the elect plushie's abilities are cracking me up. I'm loving the current list of available pets, lots of song and cute pets.

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