Just started Legion and Ive yet to see a single wild pet and others require non-gold currency. Which ones of the new pets are easiest to get?
World of Warcraft pet collecting has become increasingly-popular since the addition of in-game achievements related to vanity pets. Our guide will help you get started by providing information on the most easily-acquired in-game pets.
Many of the easiest pets to collect are Make sure to note which pets are sold by the opposing faction. Those vendors will be off limits to your character. (This is when it pays to have another character of the opposing faction. Most pets learned by that character are added to your journal and summonable by your main.) Click on the vendor's name to pull up a map and additional info about the vendor from Wowhead.
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I think fish are easiest, because you only need to feed it twice a day/night, or on vacation buy a fish food pellets to put in. The tank needs to be cleaned about once every two weeks. In my opinion fish are easiest pets to take care of.Chinchillas are a breeze to take care of. They are one of the easiest pets to wash. Just put out a bowl full of chinchilla dust( volcanic ash) and watch him/her roll around in it. I think pet rock should be the easiest. Dogs are harder to take care of than rocks.I think a hamster is the easiest pet because on all of these websites it says hamsters or fancy rats but I don't think fancy rats are popular so I just think it's a hamster or a gecko which they don't have on here but my cousin has one and it's so cute and easy to take care of and they don't bite a lot and of they do it won't hurt because they have no teeth so I think a hamster or a gecko are the easiest pets enjoy!Snakes are probably one of the easiest pets you can own. It really depends on the species of snake for heating, housing etc. but they are very fun and exciting, very interesting to watch and handle if socialized. Their cages require so little cleaning. Probably the least work of any pet I've owned. Most species do require live or frozen mice, So if you're uncomfortable with that than maybe try a different pet. But if you choose the right species and handle them often, They will bond with you and they have super cute personalities! I would recommend corn snakes They are very docile with very little upkeep.Snails are the easiest pets in the world. They are perfectly happy in a plastic box or critter keeper so long as it's wet and will eat both fresh and old food of all kinds. Not to mention, unlike other animals on here, you can always hold a snail, no training required, so long as you wet your hand, and they never bite. If you have several you can expect more than enough babies to replace the ones that die off. The only issue is they reek! Especially if you leave a dead one around or don't take out the old foodIt's an absolutely great pet to have!I used to have 1 and he was the best pet I've ever had, and considering I've had horses, birds, dogs, cats, hamsters, and even lizards, it was a tough choice. But truthfully, I believe they're really the best and easiest to keep. They don't take much work but plenty of attention.Guinea pigs should be much higher on this list! They are sweet and kind and often misjudged. They hardly bite (They bite only when they have a medical problem, or to let you know when holding them they need to use the bathroom, yes they are considerate of your clothes =]) I absolutely love my Guinea pigs and hope that they bring happiness to others.I think guinea pigs are seriously underrated! I have two, and their amazing, cute, fluffy little pets that you can enjoy watching, feeding and cuddling! They are better than hamsters for the reason you can pet them more, although they require more space and cleaning.