So you want to send your companions into battle but need more info as to who and how? We’ve got your links right here.The official Pet Battle System preview Blizzard posted a preview at the Mists of Pandaria community site. Anne Stickney’s quick guide It’s the answer to the first question in The Queue. Matt Low’s guide Go go, Team Matticus! Warcraft Pets’ Overview Here’s an extensive guide, including how to capture wild pets. Pet abilities Wowhead has the current list of pet abilities. Pet species Wowhead has the list of pet species, too. Pet family passives Wowjuju has a clear and handy infographic to lay it all out for you. But the strengths and weaknesses are by attacks and not by family, so disregard that part of it. All of WoW Insider’s pet battle coverage can be accessed using this handy link and will be updated as needed. Remember, all of this information is subject to change without notice — beta is beta.
It’s open warfare betweenAllianceand Horde in Mists of Pandaria, World of Warcraft’s next expansion. Jump into five new levels with new talents and class mechanics, try the new monk class, and create a pandaren character to ally with either Horde orAlliance. Look for expansion basics in our Mists FAQ, or dig into our spring press event coverage for more details!12Tags: breaking, guide, mists-of-pandaria, mists-of-pandaria-beta, pet-battles
My choice musical genre is electronica, and as such, words can’t describe my love for Mr. Voletron. Ever since I heard his first WoW remix, XT-002 – U R Bad Toys, I’ve been a big fan of his.With that said, I was quite pleased when I came across this music video for Mr. Voletron’s Bad Girls remix. It had been a while since I’d heard the song, and hearing it again really brought back some nice memories from raiding Icecrown Citadel. If you’ve been raiding since The Burning Crusade, it might even take you back further than that.The video is by Khayllys, who you may already know for creating the machinima for Hunter, Night Elf ERP, and ZA. This particular video doesn’t stray too far outside of Khaylly’s usual visual style, using lots of soft edges, high color saturation, and blurred backgrounds. The editing matches the pace of the song really well, though, jumping around and creating an almost psychedelic effect that I really liked.