Beasts of Fable

Defeat the Elite Battle Pets of the Pandaren fables.

Before you head out to tackle these new foes, don’t forget to grab the Beasts of Fable quest from your Battle Pet Trainer – Gentle San at Shrine of Two Moons or Sara Finkleswitch at Shrine of Seven Stars. The quest only becomes available once Aki the Chosen has been defeated.

Have you ever read the great Pandaren book of fables? Pandaren pass these stories on to their cubs – stories of the cricket and the hawk, or the slow-moving turtle – to teach them lessons that they will find useful in life. What few cubs know is that these creatures exist, here, in Pandaria! Though the stories of their travels are made up, they are powerful denizens of this world. Should you happen upon them in your travels, you may test the might of your pets against their storied statures.

These Elites will be easy to spot due to their unique golden paw print (as opposed to the usual green). They will also be named with a golden elite dragon surrounding their portrait.

Things to note:

  • There are 10 Elite pets in total
  • You cannot capture an Elite Battle Pet
  • There is no bonus XP to be gained from using a levelling pet
  • If you lose or forfeit the match, the pet will respawn within seconds
  • These pets cannot be attacked or killed using player spells and abilities
  • These particular battles are coded so you will not be broken out of the battle by PVP

No-No
No-no
(Golden Civet)
Location: Head to the far SW corner of the Gate of the Setting Sun. Look of an umbrella chair, Vale of Eternal Blossoms – 10, 70
Level 25 Aquatic: Tail Slap, Dive, Beaver Dam

Gorespine
Gorespine
(Porcupine)
Location: Venomous Ledge, right on the cliff edge, Dread Wastes – 26, 50
Level 25 Critter: Spiked Skin, Scratch, Rip

Ti'un the Wanderer
Ti’un the Wanderer
(Turtle)
Location: North-west of Gao-Ran Battlefront, Townlong Steppes – 72, 79
Level 25 Aquatic: Tidal Wave, Pump, Shell Shield

Kafi
Kafi
(Summit Kid)
Location: Find him overlooking Winter’s Blossom on a cliff, Kun-Lai Summit – 35.56
Level 25 Beast: Gnaw, Headbutt, Leap

Dos-Ryga
Dos’Ryga
(Fish)
Location: Next to the shoreline of Inkgill Mere, Kun-Lai Summit – 68,84
Level 25 Aquatic: Frost Breath, Whirlpool, Healing Wave

Lucky Yi
Lucky Yi
(Marsh Fiddler)
Location: A short distance from Wika-Wikia in The Heartland, Valley of the Four Winds – 40, 43
Level 25 Critter: Quick Attack, Perk Up, Uncanny Luck

Greyhoof
Greyhoof
(Mushan)
Location: South of Darkhide under a tree in the Wild Plains, Between Stormstout Brewery and Nesingwary’s Safari, Valley of the Four Winds – 25, 78
Level 25 Beast: Trample, Hoof, Roar

Skitterer Xi'a
Skitterer Xi’a
(Water Strider)
Location: Along the eastern shoreline of Krasarang River up near Krasari Falls, Krasarang Wilds – 36, 37
Level 25 Aquatic: Skitter, Water Jet, Flurry

Nitun
Nitun
<The Midnight Plunderer> (Masked Tanuki)
Location: South of Sri-La Village by a cliff, The Jade Forest – 57, 29
Level 25 Critter: Rake, Prowl, Ravage

Ka'wi the Gorger
Ka’wi the Gorger
(Grub)
Location: At the base of a tree in Fox Grove, The Jade Forest – 48, 71
Level 25 Beast: Moth Balls, Super Sticky Goo, Chew

Since there are only three types of pets to battle (Critter, Beast and Aquatic), you can pretty much do these with three specific teams, although pets with high health with give you better mileage against the 4K+ epic pets.

Red Panda

Completing the quest rewards you with the Red Panda as well as the achievement – Fabled Pandaren Tamer while the daily version awards the Fabled Pandaren Pet Supplies which may contain a Mountain Panda, Sunfur Panda, or a Snowy Panda as well as the usual items.

Good luck!

Author: Cymre

A disc priest and relic hunter who loves collecting achievements, silver dragon shots and pets. Other hobbies include transmog / costumes, novelty items, class sets as well as all things pets.

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12 Comments

  1. Great info as always! I’m looking forward to giving these guys a try. :)

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    • Thx, it took me a lot longer than I had anticipated to compile.

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  2. Great post! Thanks for the info, will get on these asap!

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  3. those fabled pets are rough I tried killing no-no and he whupped me!

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    • At least when you work out your family teams, you won’t need to switch.

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  4. The pandas are cute but I’d love a No No pet. He’s adorable.

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    • Out of the fabled pets, I think I like the mushan the best. Quite a few of them look like my Hunter tames.

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  5. Was just messing around for a bit last night, and bumped into Lucky Yi. Despite his 4k health, my Kun-Lai Runt ate him for lunch and stacked his bones in the shower. Looks like the rest are also just a matter of having the right team.

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    • I agree, it took a bit of trial and error for me but once I did, it was cake – although there were a couple of tougher ones in the group. Helps when I don’t use levelling pets :P even though there’s no bonus XP…

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  6. Can’t wait to take these babies on and get my red Panda!
    I do think no-no is adorable!

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    • I think Greyhoof is my favourite looking one out of the bunch.

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