Battle on the Broken Isles 2-Pet Strategies

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These are simple strategies to defeat the pets and teams in the Battle on the Broken Isles achievement.  You can only fight these trainers when their World Quest is available.  These strategies assume all of your pets are level 25 and of Rare quality.

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1. Thistleleaf Bully

This pet gives very little experience so there is not much point in using a two-pet strategy to combat him.  Therefore, I use a three-pet strategy.

Sister of Temptation (1,1,1)   (Unborn Val’kyr is also an acceptable alternative)
Fel Pup (1,1,1)   (Stitched Pup is also an acceptable alternative)
Anything with Beast damage to wipe out backline pets.

Shadow Shock twice. Curse of Doom. Lovestruck. Switch to Pup. Howl. Diseased Bite twice.

That should take care of the boss and the rest is cleaning up the backline.  If Curse of Doom does NOT go off due to the boss’s increased chance to dodge, just use Howl on cooldown and fill with Diseased Bite.  It takes a little longer but it still works.

 

2. Manafiends

The abilities of the pets in this fight are pretty randomized.  They may or may not have Surge of Power.  I recommend tracking their moves so you know when they are about to use Surge of Power if they have it.  They also sometimes have Evanescence, which will considerably lengthen the fight and make the strategies useless.  This fight is more about knowing the moves than following a specific set of instructions round by round.  Decoy if they have Surge of Power off cooldown, basically.  This strategy is for if they do not have Surge of Power.

Leveling Pet (at least 600 health)
Mechanical Pandaren Dragonling (1,x,2)
Any dragonkin damage, but a second Mechanical Pandaren Dragonling would be best.

Any filler ability.  Switch to Mechanical Pandaren Dragonling. Use Decoy if they have Surge of Power off cooldown.  Otherwise spam Breath.  For the whole fight.   Literally.

 

3. Beasts of Burden

This is technically two fights.  Each trainer uses one pet, you defeat it, defeat the next pet, and complete the quest.  I’ve heard you can just keep fighting the same one, never completing the second one, and get infinite experience, but I have never tried that.

Leveling Pet
Draenei Micro Defender (2,1,2)   (Darkmoon Tonk or Menagerie Custodian is also doable, but you’ll lose a speed advantage.)
Personal World Destroyer (1,2,1)   (Iron Starlette or any Mechanical pet with a good nuke can be used.)

Andurs

Any ability. Switch out to Personal World Destroyer. Metal Fist four times. Screeching Gears. Bring in Micro Defender. Batter four times.

Keep using Batter until Mini Musken gets to 579 health or less, because that’s how much Ion Cannon will do.  The point of this strategy is to harass Mini Musken enough to force him to do Wish, and then use your Draenei Micro Defender to burn him down during Wish’s 5 round cooldown before he can cast it again. Ion Cannon.

Rydyr

Leveling Pet (must be able to take ~400 damage, so cannot be level 1)
Draenei Micro Defender (2,1,2)
Anything with strong Mechanical damage. You probably won’t need it.

Hit with any ability.  Switch out to Draenei Micro Defender. Reflective Shield. Batter three times.  Ion Cannon. As soon as he is less than 579 health, you can use Ion Cannon.

 

4. Hungry Icefang

This fight doesn’t give much experience, so it’s not really worth it to level a pet.

Iron Starlette (1,2,1)
De-Weaponized Mechanical Companion (1,2,x)
Any Mechanical pet you want as backup, OR you could squeeze a leveling pet in if you really want to.

Wind Up. Supercharge. Wind Up. Switch to De-Weaponized Mechanical Companion. Extra Plating. Metal Fist.  Metal Fist. Metal Fist (Icefang should die).

From here, just burn down the add pets with your basic attacks. When the final third pet comes out, switch in your leveler for a hit and switch it back out. Then finish burning it down.  The experience is really crap so I would just bring in another good level 25 to sweep up the backline.

 

5. Lil’idan

This is also not a good pet for leveling other pets.  He gives very poor experience.  He also has a passive 25% chance to dodge, so it will make the fight quite random.

Unborn Val’kyr (1,2,2)
Infected Fawn (1,2,1)
Fel Pup 2,1,1)

Curse of Doom.  Because of his extra dodge chance, this may miss, or the hit may miss.  You’ll be fine if it does.

Spam Shadow Slash for a while.  When your Val’kyr comes back to life, use Unholy Ascension.  Bring in your Fawn.  Use Diseased Bite twice, then Consume Corpse.  Continue spamming Diseased Bite.  You may not even need your third pet.  Because we are not trying to level a pet, we have much more wiggle room on this fight.

 

6. Bodhi Sunwayver

Bronze Whelpling (1,1,1)
Fel Pup (2,1,1)
Leveling Pet (at least 800 health or so because it will take a little AoE damage)

Use Early AdvantageArcane SlashLift-Off.  Arcane Slash.  Early Advantage.  Arcane Slash until Salty Bird dies.  Early Advantage if it is up, otherwise use Arcane Slash and hit Early Advantage when it comes up.   Once Grommet’s health gets to be less than 400, pass the rounds until your Bronze Whelpling dies.  Switch to your leveling pet, then immediately switch back to your Pup.  Use Howl and then Diseased Bite.

 

7. Scavenging Critters

Leveling Pet (>1000 health)
Nexus Whelpling (x,2,2)
De-Weaponized Mechanical Companion (2,2,x)

Arcane StormMana Surge.  When first enemy pet dies, pass your next turn.  Bring in leveling pet.   Switch in Mechanical pet.  Extra Plating.  Spam Thrash.

 

8. The Murlocs

Zomstrok (1, 1, x)
Leveling Pet
Giant Bone Spider (1, x, x)

Maintain your Shell Shield and spam Infected Claw until your Zomstrok dies. It should get you to the third murloc.  When he dies, switch your leveling pet and the swap out to the Bone Spider.  Finish the last murloc with Bone Bite.

 

9. Rats!

This is an incredibly easy fight.  Just pick two Humanoid pets with Beast moves. I used:

Leveling Pet
Lil’ Bad Wolf (1, 2, 1)
Flayer Youngling (2, 2, 2)

Pass, then switch out to the Wolf.  I used Howl first, then spammed Claw.  My Wolf soloed the whole fight.

 

10. Aulier

Stormborn Whelpling (1, 2, 2)
Leveling Pet
Albino Chimeraling (2, 2, 1)

Arcane Storm.  Mana Surge.  When Conviction gets to less than 300 HP, pass turns because he’s going to use Dark Rebirth and you not want to kill him while he has it.  When it drops off him, use Tail Sweep until he dies.  He may kill your dragon.  If he does, switch in your leveling pet, then switch it back out for your Chimeraling.  Tail Sweep until the last enemy pet comes out.  Tail Sweep.  Call Darkness.  Life-Off.  Tail Sweep if enemy pet is still alive.

 

11. Flummox

Leveling Pet
Sister of Temptation (2, 1, 1)
Zandalari Anklerender (2, x, 2)

Pass, then switch out to your Sister.  Curse of DoomAgony.  Swap to Anklerender.   Black ClawHunting Party.

 

12. Durian Strongfruit

Frostfur Rat (1, 2, 2)
Leveling Pet (>600 health)
Shimmershell Snail (1, 2, 1)

Sneak Attack.  Call Darkness.  Refuge.  Spam Sneak Attack until Sunny refreshes the Sunlight buff, then use Call Darkness.  Refuge.  EVEN IF Sunny dies and the next pet comes out, still use Refuge to avoid the stun of the next pet.  Spam Sneak Attack and use Call Darkness on cooldown.  Use Refuge to soak the stun if you can time it right.  When your rat dies, bring in your leveling pet, then switch them out for the snail right away.  One more Ooze Touch should finish off the enemy pet.  Maintain Shell Shield and spam Ooze Touch.

 

13. Chromadon

This fight offers very little experience for leveling.  Therefore, I do not recommend a two pet srategy as it just isn’t worth it.  That being said, it’s an incredibly easy fight and you can solo it with one or two pets easy.

Clockwork Gnome (x, 2, 1)
Clock’em (1, 2, 2)
Leveling Pet if you really want

Build Turret and then just spam Blitz.  Gnome should be able to solo this fight.  If you really want to level a pet, bring it in after Chromadon does Surge so it won’t get nailed.  If you need to bring in Clock’em, a couple Jabs should do the trick.

 

14. Envoy of the Hunt

This gives very low experience, so she isn’t worth it for leveling any pets. Thus I will provide a three-pet strategy for a quick and easy kill.

Rabbit (2, 2, 1)
Red Panda (2, 1, 1)
Arctic Fox Kit (2, 1, 2)

Dodge first. Spam Flurry until Round 7, then use Dodge again. Flurry. Burrow. Bring in Panda. Use Perk Up after enemy uses Sunny Day and keep using Scratch. You probably won’t even need your third pet.

 

15. Bredda Tenderhide

Leveling Pet (at least 500 health in case of bad RNG)
Wood Frog (2, 1, 2) (any frog with speed >280 will work)
Mechanical Pandaren Dragonling (1, 2, 2)

Use any move. Switch out to Frog. Swarm of Flies. Spam Tongue Lash and use Healing Surge if needed.  Try to get Swarm of Flies on second enemy pet before your frog dies. Bring in Pandaren Dragonling. Spam Breath. When enemy third pet comes out, use Decoy first. Thunderbolt. Spam Breath.

 

16. Varenne

Soul of the Forge (1, 2, 1)
Leveling Pet
Jade Crane Chick (2, 2, 2)

Stoneskin. Flamethrower. Deep Burn. Deep Burn. Keep up the pattern of Flamethrower once, followed by two Deep Burn, and maintain Stoneskin. Do the same when the rat comes out and follow the same rotation until your Soul dies. Bring in Leveler. Immediately switch to Chick. Jadeskin. Thrash. Make SURE the Rat doesn’t have the Survival buff. If he does, just refresh Jadeskin and make sure you don’t kill him. Burn him down quickly with Thrash. When the frog comes out, just keep using Flock to melt him.

 

17. Fragment of Fire

Jademist Dancer (1, 2, 1)
Pandaren Water Spirit (1, 1, 1)
Leveling Pet

Acid Rain. Rain Dance. Spam Steam Vent until first enemy pet dies. Refresh Acid Rain. Steam Vent. Bring in your leveling pet, then switch it right back out for the Pandaren Water Spirit. Whirlpool. Healing Wave. Spam Water Jet, and use Healing Wave if you need it, and Whirlpool on CD.

 

18. The Maw

This gives very low experience, so it isn’t worth it for leveling any pets. Thus I will provide a three-pet strategy for a quick and easy kill.

Any pet with Emerald Presence and a Dragonkin attack will be able to nearly solo this fight. You could bring an Emerald Proto-Whelp, an Emerald Whelpling, or a Yu’la, Broodling of Yu’lon. You can back them up with any pet with Dragonkin attacks. Proto-Whelp is better because Proto-Strike does Dragonkin damage.

Emerald Presence. Proto-Strike. Spam Breath and maintain the Emerald Presence buff.

 

19. Stitches Jr. Jr.

This gives very low experience, so it isn’t worth it for leveling any pets. Thus I will provide a three-pet strategy for a quick and easy kill.

Unborn Val’kyr (x, 2, 2)
Sea Pony (x, 2, 2)
Slithershock Elver (x, 1, 2)

Curse of Doom. Unholy Ascension. Bring in Sea Pony. Cleansing Rain. Spam Pump.

 

20. Vinu

This gives very low experience, so it isn’t worth it for leveling any pets. Thus I will provide a three-pet strategy for a quick and easy kill. Vinu also has two random Azsuna wild pets as backup. My third pet choice is to clean those up.

Syd the Squid (1, 1, 2)
Slithershock Elver (1, 1, 2)
Zandalari Anklerender (1, 1, 1)

Water Jet. Bubble. Cleansing Rain. Spam Water Jet until Round 8. Cleansing Rain at Round 8. Bubble. Water Jet until Round 14, when you should use Cleansing Rain again. Bubble on cooldown. The Elver is there for backup and the Zandalari is to clean up the two remaining pets.

 

21. Sir Galveston

Leveling Pet (must have >800 health or so)
Hyjal Wisp (2, 1, 1)
Nightmare Bell (1, 1, 1)

Pass. Switch to Hyjal Wisp. Evanescence. Arcane Blast twice. Wish. Arcane Blast until Coach dies. Evanescence. Spam Arcane Blast until your Wisp dies. Call Darkness. Shadow Shock. Use Shadow Shock until you have less than about 400 health, then use Dark Rebirth.

 

22. Felsoul Seer

Mechanical Pandaren Dragonling (1, x, 2)
Leveling Pet
Darkmoon Zeppelin (1, x, x) (a second Mechanical Pandaren Dragonling is even better)

Decoy. Spam Breath. Be careful of the first pet, since it has Dark Rebirth. Hold off so you don’t trigger it, then kill it. You could possibly solo all three pets, but to level a pet you need to let your Dragonling die. Once the enemy third pet gets a bit low, pass turns so your Dragonling dies, bring in your leveler, then switch right away to your Zeppelin. A few Missile hits should do the trick.

 

23. Trapper Jarrun

Leveling Pet (at least 400 health)
Any Rabbit with Scratch, Dodge, Burrow
Toothy (or any baby alligator with Rip, Surge, Blood in the Water)

Any move. Switch to Rabbit. Burrow. Dodge. Flurry. Spam Scratch until Mist Wraith goes down. On its bonus Undead turn, use Burrow. Scratch when Crawdead comes out, then Dodge. Spam Scratch until your Rabbit dies. Rip. Blood in the Water. Surge.

 

24. Blottis

This gives very low experience, so he isn’t worth it for leveling any pets. Thus I will provide a three-pet strategy for a quick and easy kill.

Ikky (x, 1, 1)
Crow (1, 2, 2)
Bloodbeak (x, x, 2)

Black Claw. Flock. Switch in any of your other two pets and use any couple Flying attacks to finish him off.

 

25. Amalia

Leveling Pet (>500 health)
Alarm-o-Bot (1, 1, 2)
Lifelike Toad (1, 1, 1)

Pass. Switch to Alarm-o-Bot. Decoy. Interrupting Jolt. Decoy. Spam Alert until Foof dies. Interrupting Jolt when the second pet comes out. Keep spamming Alert and try to use Decoy the round before Superbark comes off cooldown. Use what you can out of your pet when Lil’ Sizzle comes out, but you won’t get far. Bring out the Toad. Frog Kiss and Water Jet a few times to kill the last pet. Healing Wave if needed.

RNG can get a bit iffy, but this CAN double as a Mechanical strategy for Family Familiar even though your Toad will be weak to Sizzle’s attacks. If you’re having trouble, sub in an Aquatic pet with Bubble or Dive, and a strong Aquatic attack to make quick work of him.

 

26. Tiffany Nelson

Darkmoon Zeppelin (1, x, 2)
Nexus Whelpling (1, 2, 2)
Leveling Pet

Decoy. Spam Missile. Bring in Whelpling. Arcane Storm. Mana Surge. Tail Sweep until Whelpling goes down. Bring in your Leveling Pet. Switch back out to Zeppelin. Decoy. Spam Missile.

 

27. Nightwatcher Merayl

Nexus Whelpling (1, 1, 2)
Little Fawn (1, 2, 1)
Leveling Pet (>800 health)

Tail Sweep until Book is dead. When Spirit comes out, Arcane Storm, then Sear Magic. Immediately switch out to the Fawn. Use Bleat on cooldown, Nature’s Ward to keep up the buff, and fill with Hoof. When Fawn dies, switch back to the Whelpling. Arcane Storm. Tail Sweep until Moth dies.

 

28. Heliosus

A snail with Shell Shield, Dive, and Absorb
Zandalari Anklerender (2, x, 2)
Any pet with strong Aquatic abilities

This gives very low experience, so he isn’t worth it for leveling any pets. Thus I will provide a three-pet strategy for a quick and easy kill.

Shell Shield. Maintain this for the whole fight. Dive, then dive on cooldown. Spam Absorb as a filler. If your Snail dies, bring in your Strider to finish the job. When Heliosus dies, he will turn into an egg, and you have four turns to DPS down the egg, or he will return to life with full health.  Bring in your Anklerender. Black Claw. Hunting Party. Finish it with Bloodfang if necessary.

 

29. Grixis Tinypop

Egbert (2, 1, 1)
Doom Bloom (2, 2, 2)
Leveling Pet (>500 health)

Maintain Shell Shield. Spam Peck until Gulp dies. When Eggcellent comes out, spam Trample. Don’t worry about maintain Shell Shield from here on out. When Eggecellent gets to low health, he will Feign Death and switch out to another pet. When Red Wire comes out, just spam Peck or Trample until Egbert dies. Bring out your leveling pet, then switch right away out to your Doom Bloom. Entangling Roots. Healing Wave. Spam Bite. When Red Wire dies and Egbert comes back out, just spam Bite and Healing Wave as needed.

 

30. Rocko

This gives very low experience, so he isn’t worth it for leveling any pets. Thus I will provide a three-pet strategy for a quick and easy kill.

Black Lamb (x, 2, 1)
Two Rabbits with Dodge and Burrow

You don’t actually need to kill Rocko. After 10 turns, he’ll die on his own. You just need to stay alive that long. Soothe. Bleat. Pass until Soothe is off cooldown. Then Soothe and Bleat again. Keep doing this until Rocko crumbles. If your lamb somehow dies, just alternate Dodge and Burrow on your rabbits.

 

31. Robert Craig

Leveling Pet (>400 health)
Tranquil Mechanical Yeti (1, 2, 2)
Darkmoon Zeppelin (1, 1, 2)

Any attack. Switch to Yeti. Call Lightning. Metal Fist until Wumpas comes out. Do one more Metal Fist, then Ion Cannon. Pass when you get Crystal Prison cast on you. Pass again because you’ll just die anyway if you aren’t faster. Bring in Zeppelin. Bombing Run. Missile. Decoy. Missile twice.

 

32. Catacomb Pests

Leveling Pet (>500 health)
Alarm-o-Bot (2, 2, 2)
Sentinel’s Companion (2, x, 2)

Any move. Switch to Bot. Decoy. Haywire. Spam Batter until Spider dies. Switch to Companion. Ethereal. Spam Dark Talon until Bat dies. Ethereal. Keep spamming Dark Talon until Companion dies. Use Ethereal when Snake comes out and Blinding Poison is off cooldown. Bring out Bot when Companion dies. Keep spamming Batter and Haywire and use Decoy.

 

33. Xorvasc

Leveling Pet (>600 health)
Unborn Val’kyr (2, 2, 2)
Yu’la, Broodling of Yu’lon (1, 1, 2)

Use any moves until Trixy uses Nether Gate and switches out your leveling pet. Spam Shadow Shock until Trixy dies. When Globs comes out, Curse of Doom. Shadow Shock until your Val’kyr dies and gains the Undead buff. Unholy Ascension. Bring out Yu’la. Emerald Presence. Spam Breath until Globs dies. When Sprout comes out, Life Exchange. Maintain Emerald Presence. Spam Breath until Sprout dies.

 

34. Odrogg

Leveling Pet
Spirebound Crab (1, 2, 1)
Flayer Youngling (2, 2, 2)

Any move. Switch to Crab. Maintain Shell Shield, spam Snap, and use Healing Wave when you get to about half health. You may not need your Flayer, but if you do, use Deflection for Dive, use Rampage on cooldown, and fill with Triple Snap.

 

35. Omnitron Defense System

This fight doesn’t give much experience, so it’s not really worth it to level a pet. Plus the attacks do enormous backline damage, which would make it nearly impossible anyway.

Gahz’rooki (2, 2, 2)
Core Hound Pup (1, 2, 1)
Hare (1, 2, 1)

The iffy thing about this team is that the pets switch in and out in random order, and they all have different weaknesses. That makes it difficult to have a very specific move order. Basically, dodge whenever it comes out and use whatever attack is strong against whichever enemy is up. This is how my fight went:

Geyser. Switch to Pup. Dodge. Thrash. Thrash. Thrash. Burn. Dodge. Thrash. Thrash. Thrash. Bring in Gahz’rooki. Tail Slap four times. Dodge. Scratch. Scratch.

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