It’s no surprise the first thing I did today was to go in search of an Unborn Val’kyr. I’ve loved the look of them ever since I first saw them in-game. The first time Hildana Deathstealer appeared, Cool and I were in the middle of one of our arena matches in Valhalas. I excitedly told Cool who managed to pull the rare in the middle of killing one of the combatants for our quest.
These days, holy priests can look just like one if they use the minor glyph but as a disc priest, this is even better!
I managed to find one at the third location of known spawn spots although Mumper did confirm that they could be caught anywhere in Northrend so it was important not to just focus on set spawn points.
As you can see, I found mine in Sholazar Basin although when I arrived, another player was standing right next to her so I stayed where I was. After a few seconds, I noticed that they had just forfeit the match as she disappeared and reappeared within secs so I proceeded to fly over and engage her with my pre-formed team.
Within a minute, she was mine and I didn’t even have to bring my Turnip into play. Sadly, she was only poor quality but I had no qualms about using my Flawless Battle-Stone on her (which I only managed to get the night before).
Now did you know the Undead Val’kyr can also rez dead pets? It appears to be kind of random but I’ve seen her do this three times now in a short amount of time. I first tried this on a single critter but it despawned before the Val’kyr could rez it so I went to an area with a group of them. Before long, I saw her first resurrection.
By the way, I just finished the Longest Day achievement and I’m so glad I never have to do that again. Although the three Flawless Mechanical, Aquatic and Critter Battle-Stones were nice, I have yet to receive the Marked Stone as a reward. Note the Fabled Pets have been buffed since the devs considered them too weak on first release so be prepared to battle them more than once.