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vs. Gnomeregan Guard Mechanostrider

Strategy added by schlumpf#2707

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This strategy has been tested for Shadowlands and will continue to work after the Shadowlands Pre-Patch.

You can read more info about the upcoming pet battle changes here.

Incl. steps:

Click the button to copy the script into your clipboard:

change(next) [ self.dead ]
ability(Photosynthese:268) [ !self.aura(Photosynthese:267).exists ]
ability(Sonnenlicht:404) [ !weather(Sonnenschein:403) ]
ability(Panzerschild:310) [ !self.aura(Panzerschild:309).exists ]
standby [ enemy.aura(Untot:242).exists ]
ability(#1)
Gnomeregan Guard Mechanostrider 146004
Special or not:0Special or not:222217779846317770

Skills: 2 2 2
Breed: Any

Broot
This pet can have the following breeds:

Breed Health Power Speed
BB 1522 284 260


1 ZR0 1 0

Any Pet

1 ZR0 1 0

Any Pet

Substitutes:

Note: You have selected a substitute pet.
The strategy might fail if you use it with this pet instead of the one the strategy creator intended.

The substitute finder looks for these criteria in relation to the original pet:
  • Same family
  • Has the required skills
  • Has the required stats (if specified)
  • Ignores specific breed requirements for the main pet, as breeds can be very different for substitutes

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1
Low XP
At least one of the pets for this strategy require the use of a specific breed.
This strategy has been built to be as fast as possible.
The strategy takes a while. Sit back, get yourself a warm drink and relax the scenery.
Not every strategy can be bullet proof. This is one of them. You might have to restart it, since there are some random elements that increase the risk of your pets failing. Don't blame them, please!
This strategy is using pets obtainable from the Wow Trading Card Game (TCG) or the auction house for potentially high sums of gold.
This strategy is using pets obtainable only from the WoW In-Game Shop for Battle.net Balance or real money.
You can use this strategy to carry a low level pet to give it experience.
Some instructions are more difficult to follow than others. That's exactly what you might find in this strategy!
TD Script
The strategy offers a TD script that can be used with the TD Script addon. You can copy the script by clicking on the button to the left of the pets.
At least one pet in the strategy cannot be obtained anymore. If you have it, congrats!
A Strategy Curator found this strategy to be especially helpful and higlighted it with this tag to give it more exposure.
This strategy was created pre-Shadowlands and has not been tested or adapted. It might not work anymore.
Strategy was tested and will NOT work with Shadowlands. Needs major changes or removal.
This table shows the level increase for completing the fight with level 25 pets and one carry pet.
Partial level experience is not included in the calculation.

Before After Experience Gain
16798
26847
36891
47930
57963
67990
781012
891029
9101040
10111045
11121045
12131040
13141029
14141012
1515990
1616963
1717930
1818891
1919847
2020798
2121743
2222682
2323616
2424545

Safari Hat

Lesser Pet Treat

Pet Treat

Darkmoon Hat

Pet Battle Week

















Strategy last updated:
2018-12-22 17:33:29
31.1 71.4 (TomTom)
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Priority 1
Broot
Ironbark
Photosynthesis
Sunlight
Any Pet
Any Pet
Pass
Bring in your Broot
Swap to your Broot
Gnomeregan Guard Mechanostrider comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Broot
Any Pet
Any Pet
Ironbark
Photosynthesis
Sunlight
Gnomeregan Guard Mechanostrider
Priority 2
Maintain Sunlight
Broot
Ironbark
Photosynthesis
Sunlight
Any Pet
Any Pet
Pass
Bring in your Broot
Swap to your Broot
Gnomeregan Guard Mechanostrider comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Broot
Any Pet
Any Pet
Ironbark
Photosynthesis
Sunlight
Gnomeregan Guard Mechanostrider
Priority 3
Broot
Ironbark
Photosynthesis
Sunlight
Any Pet
Any Pet
Pass
Bring in your Broot
Swap to your Broot
Gnomeregan Guard Mechanostrider comes in
An enemy pet comes in
Any standard attack will finish the fight
 
Broot
Any Pet
Any Pet
Ironbark
Photosynthesis
Sunlight
Gnomeregan Guard Mechanostrider

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Kiraeden wrote on 11/10/2020

Sorta worked, I got dual Undead rat backline pets that were able to whittle Broot down through all his healing. Luckily I packed a critter backup pet which saved the day.
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Lithandriel#1864

wrote on 08/16/2020

Awesome! Also, the Blossoming Ancient has the same skill set, same health pool, and only slightly less power, with slightly more speed - so might take a bit longer to get through the fights, but another great addition if you end up needing a back up for Broot to get through these fights. My experience was the same as others' though - Broot can solo at least the Mech and the Wolf and still have full or near-full health. Haven't tried him yet on the Tiger. (edited)
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Spazmodo wrote on 04/12/2020

My Blossoming Ancient did all three of Stage 7 with Sunlight, Photosynthesis and Ironbark. (edited)
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Ansi wrote on 01/26/2020

For the unlucky, druidless, or poor like me, I recommend a health weighted Ruby Sapling (2/2/1). He couldn't solo all three pets but he managed to get through 2 and a half by himself (edited)
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Chobak wrote on 01/20/2020

I feel like Sunlight should be used on CD for the damage rather than just to maintain Sunny Day, not sure if this is an oversight or because one of the backline pets can change the weather. Other than that nice strat.
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(OP) schlumpf#2707

wrote on 01/21/2020

Oh, I can guarantee you I just didn't think of that making the fight a few rounds shorter. Guess keeping up the healing was more important to me than cutting off a few rounds of A presses.

If you want to do this, here's a script for you:

change(next) [ self.dead ]
ability(heal:268) [ !self.aura(heal:267).exists ]
ability(sunlight:404)
ability(filler:962)

(which will also not do the moves not actually covered by the strat but in the script for convenience.) (edited)
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Ahane1234 wrote on 02/29/2020

Doesn't Sunlight do less damage than Ironbark though?
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Shlemm

wrote on 05/19/2020

On a single target, yes. Ironbark does 342 damage to the front pet only. But Sunlight gives 228 damage to the front pet AND each of the back-line pets. That is 3x228 for a total of 684 damage if both back-line pets are alive, and 456 damage if one of the back-line pets is alive.

However Ironbark also gives 76 damage mitigation which only lasts for one round, so for survivability it would be the preferred attack.

But of course as the enemy pets dies it becomes less interesting to use Sunlight for damage, and with only one pet left you should only use Sunlight to maintain the weather.

So in short (in my opinion):
* For damage: Use Sunlight when you can until you only have one pet left to fight. THen just maintain the weather.
* For survivability: Use Sunlight only to maintain the weather. (edited)
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Thomas wrote on 11/13/2019

Use Blossoming Ancient with shales instead because it is an easier pet to get
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Nyxilis#11429

wrote on 09/10/2019

Not only did he solo this one, but I used him to solo the tiger and guard wolf as well!
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ResidentWeevil

wrote on 10/14/2019

Guard Wolf got me with feed, but it was close!
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DSidhe wrote on 05/10/2020

Broot soloed all three of these too, ending with full health... And the tiger had two cockroaches backline. The second one reset the greater apocalypse or I'd have been toast.
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Berrt

wrote on 07/22/2019

Superb Strat. Thank you :)
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Caanrial

wrote on 03/03/2019

"I am Broot!" - solo'd all three and ended up with full health.
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Mags

wrote on 12/31/2018

It works... kinda... If crits aren't working for you, you will die to greater apocalypse if the first backline / second pet up is a cockroach. maybe modify the second pet slot to be something tough against critter? I dont know. But I had to finish up with backline here
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Pla2pus#1287

wrote on 12/23/2018

Simple but oh so effective. Nice one!