Five Legion Pets You Should Sell During BFA
There will be many new pets in BFA. New pets that are exciting and very valuable.
But as the expansion progresses more and more people will leave behind valuable pets
they can sell from legion
Pets you should be selling during Battle for Azeroth
1. Fledging Warden Owl
The Wardens Emissary vendor sells this battle pet.
Requiring Honored reputation with the Wardens faction.
At the purchase price of 400g and the average price between 3000 and 4000g you can see where
this would be a great investment to keep up on your Auction House Pet listing cycle.
2. Court Scribe
Found at the Court of Farondis Emissary, the book requires revered with Court the court to purchase
Many players ignore the pets or will just purchase one for personal use.
New players will completely ignore Legion other than to level so these pets could easily
spike in prices as players discover new pet battles in Battle For Azeroth
Your investment of gold has a chance to net between 2,000 to 2500g per sale for a lvl 1 pet
3. Extinguished Eye
Found at the Nightfallen Emissary many new players will completely avoid the Nightfallen quests.
This sets up a prime opportunity to sell on the Auction House for pet collectors and battlers.
Requiring revered reputation with The Nightfallen this will keep it out of the reach of many
players who have abandoned the Suramar area for greener pastures.
There will be a large spike for this pet once players ‘discover’ it.
Keeping an ‘eye’ on the market can net some very nice profits as the expansion continues.
Cats have always been special as battle pets in World of Warcraft
Ash’ana is no different. Requiring revered reputation with The Dreamweavers
cat battle pets are always in high demand.
Costing 400g to acquire, and the average price hovering at 2000 to 2500g this is a good investment
to keep cycling through the sales on the Auction House as well.
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5. Sunborne Val’kyr
Found at the Valajar Emissary for 400g, who doesn’t want your own personal Val’kyr to escort
you across the pet battlefield.
400g is a great investment for this pet that can turn a profit of 3x – 5x with each sale.
6. Hungering Claw
This pet isn’t a vendor pet. To get access to the raid level boss you need to unlock a quest once per each character.
Currently at 110 it can be soloed by only a few classes with high armor so I would suggest grabbing 2 – 4 people that have access to the quest and get everyone a new pet or mount.
The pet/mount is on rotation with the Fathom Dweller mount which appears once a month.
This gives you around 2-3 opportunities per month to add another mount to your sales.
Since many players have not taken the time to do the extensive questline people who have access to the weekly world quest are the only ones that can sell this pet without flipping it on the Auction House
Depending on the time to gather up a team this pet can easily sell for 50,000g or higher depending on demand.
As Battle for Azeroth develops less and less people will be taking the time to do this raid level boss kill every week for a new pet
Dalaran Pet Vendor
If you are still working your Legion order hall table for missions you will see one mission that appears multiple times a week for Shiny Pet Charms.
Where these won’t be able to be used for the new Battle for Azeroth pets
The shiny pet tokens will still be able to be used for the Legion pets during Battle for Azeroth
The legion order hall quests will still be available in the order hall during Battle for Azeroth.
Many players will ignore their Legion order hall tables for newer grounds.
Bloodthorn Hatchling for 50 shiny pet tokens
Dusty Sporewing for 50 shiny pet tokens
Glowing Sporebat for 50 shiny pet tokens
Lost Netherpup for 100 shiny pet tokens
Pricing you pets for sales
One thing to keep in mind is that when a market is ‘activated’ them the pack will jump and flood the market. Pets are no different. But what many players don’t do is to use techniques to level these pets for extra benefits.
Lvl 25 pets are in high demand by players for PVP and PVE battles. You can easily demand 5-10x the market price for a max level battle pet over the standard lvl 1 pet. Especially during pet experience weekends you can level a pet up to 25 within an hour
Her majesty gave a very detailed walkthrough on the best way to do this here
Legion content is a Pet Profit Goldmine
Where these pets may not seem ‘rare’ with many players saying goodbye to Legion content never to go back it’s a good time to prepare those trade routes for even if it’s a weekly visit to the legion emissary vendors to stock up on pets to sell.
Good Luck and Good Profit Hunting
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If you ‘learn’ the pet then go into the pet management UI you can right click on one of the pets and ‘cage’ the pet.
Many of the pets that drop are similar. You have to learn them, then cage them and then put that cage on the AH.
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I have run into a problem with tsm for and pets. I guess I’m not the first one, read up many places but had no luck.
I have a lvl 1 cat pet
In the AH there is 2 auction:
#1 lvl 1 for 5000g
#2 lvl 25 for 1000g
I try to force TSM to undercut both, but can’t figure it out. “Ignore item variations” does not do the trick. Are you happen to know how to deal with such a thing? Can you make a videio out of it? I would deeply appreciate it.
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The holy grail of TSM4 scripts is looking for one that can auto discount based on ilvl.
If there was a lvl 25 pet for 1000g then I wouldn’t worry about undercutting it. Buy it and sell it much much more
1000g for a lvl 25 pet is far too cheap. Ultimately that pet will go for 10-15x that price and worth listing and relisting
until it sells. Usually when people switch from leveling to finding other things in the game to do (pet battles) or collectors.
There are some excellent TSM4 guides on trade skill master website but i would suggest making sure that you are understanding the pricing
before allowing an addon to do things automatically.
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