I actually wrote this a long time ago, but it is one of the last of the Fable’s that I have left to post. As it is, I still use this set-up (albeit with a more refined understanding of the abilities), so I hope it helps with an alternative strategy should you need it!
Greyhoof is located near Stormstout Brewery in Valley of Four Winds.
My strategy was a “try it and see” one, so perhaps there are others with more finesse. I used the pets and abilities in the order as shown above.
This guy is a bit of a DPS machine. I used anything mechanical I had (which as you can see, isn’t a lot) with the highest hitting nuke they had. My Zep was only 21 at the time, so that went first with the bomb and the rocket, the I swapped it out for the xp before it died.
After the Zep, I went in with the Gnome and used the rocket and punched it in the face til he died. Poor guy. Then, I used the Idol to demolish it til it died.
As I said, I blagged this big time, but the tactic worked and my Zep got some xp as it was (just) still alive.
Here’s my strategy for Kafi, located in Kun’lai Summit.
What would have been good here is a Tonk or Custodian, but I wanted to give an option fro those who may not have them, so I used another Life Exchange in their place, the Dragon.
He hits HARD. I used Life Exchange after his opener, which took me to 25% health, and gave me enough health to get him down to about 80% with Slicing Wind. Then, I swapped in the Gnome and used Launch Rocket 3 times before he died and Kafi was at about 10%. Finally, the Idol demolished (/giggle) him.
There are plenty of other strategies with much more finesse than mine, but it is possible to get him down with these 3 relatively easy to get pets. I hope it has given you another option to consider if you’re struggling!
Here’s my strategy for beating Ti’un, found in Townlong Steppes.
I actually had none of the right pets for this fight, so I employed the same tactic I used for Lucky Yi.
Here, my strategy was to cast Apocalypse and survive until it struck. So, I brought my fail-safe pets which I know I can last a few rounds of hard hitting damage with. Ti’un casts Tidal Wave a lot which deals a butt-load of damage to back row pets, so watch out.
So, starting with the Roach and Apocalypse, then swapping to the Whelpling and using heal whenever up plus the others to fill the gaps (avoiding his nuke, which you can predict as he “pumps up”, with Life Off really helped!). When the Whelpling died, I used Life Exchange on the Dragon to heal the damage from the Tidal Wave, then Moonfire and Wind until the Apocalypse hit.
You can also use a crab, which are very sturdy. Renewing Mists can take the edge off the back row damage to the pets, and the shield can mitigate *some* of the damage.
Not an easy fight without the right pets, but as I don’t have any for a more impressive strategy, this works OK for me every time.
Here’s my strategy for this slippery character, located in Kun-Lai Summit:
This isn’t much use to anyone really, as I didn’t try to kill it using the pets… but here goes:
My strategy here, as with a couple of the other elites, was to survive long enough for Apocalypse to kill it off. I tried Nether Faerie Dragon and Life Exchange, but it didn’t work as well.
So, I used the Roach to cast Apocalypse then used the Whelpling and Lift Off to avoid Whirlpool wherever possible and heal up the other attacks. When dead, I swapped in the Skimmer for Soothe and Cleansing Rain. By the time they were both dead, Apocalypse had one round left and killed him good and proper.
So, here is my strategy for killing Lucky Yi, found just outside Halfhill.
This is a bit of a cheat I suppose, but it works fantastically every time using the pets in the order you see above, and with the abilities shown.
Firstly, use the Roach and its Apocalypse then swap it out for the Imp. All you now need to do is keep yourself alive til the Apocalypse hits and you’ll kill him.
My tactic is to cast Immolate on the Imp, to do some ticking damage then use Cauterize on cooldown to keep yourself alive. On the downtime between these two abilities, use Rush to do some damage. The Runt is there just in case of bad RNG or if you’re sleeping, but you shouldn’t need him.
After 15 rounds, the Apocalypse will hit and kill the not-so-Lucky Yi. Grats!
Here’s the strategy I used to beat this little guy, found in the Vale of Eternal Blossoms. He seems chilled, hanging out on his mat, being comfy.
I actually used the same setup I did for Skittering Xi’a, just in a different order:
I reckon I could have solo’d this guy with a Moth if it had been level 25. It has all the things you need!
First off, I started with the Petrel and dotted it with Cyclone then nuked it using Wind. I passed when No-No used its Dam ability as it doesn’t cause me any damage. When he burrowed, I used Lift Off to avoid it. Rinse and repeat til my Petrel died and No-No was at about 50% health.
Then, using the Moth, I adopted the same strategy. Using Moth Balls and Wind with Cocoon Strike to avoid the Burrow. It didn’t hold out that long, but after my Moth died, I swapped in the Glowfly and with a couple of Wind hits, No-No went down.
Here’s my strategy for Skitterer Xi’a, the beasts of fable pet, located in Krasarang Wilds.
I used a team of all flying pets for this fight, using as many nukes and avoidances as possible.
I first dotted it up with Cyclone and then used Lift Off and Slicing Wind til my Petrel was dead. Then, Glowfly dotted him up and nuked til dead. Finally, Silky Moth came in to finish him off with Moth Balls.
A relatively simple nuke tactic for Xi’a. Worked like a charm!