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Battle Breakers Pets Guide

Battle Breakers Pets Guide

Pets are a unique type of character in Battle Breakers, and we’re going to talk about then in today’s guide. We’re going to learn how many pets are there in the game, how to put them to good use and everything else that you might want to know about these useful additions to your team.

They do follow most of the rules of the regular heroes – especially when it comes to unlocking new ones – so you might want to check our previous article on how to get all heroes in the game.

Now back to the Battle Breakers Pets – there are currently 61 available in the game, waiting for you to collect them all. But it’s extremely important to note that these are not all unique and different.

Pets of the same name can be had with various elements. This means that you can have a Nature Sneek, a Fire Sneek and so on. They will all do the same thing, but the different elements make them better or poorer choices, depending of your in-game situation and the element of the enemy you’re facing.

How do Pets work in the game?

Unlike your regular Heroes that are always present in the battle, Pets will only spend a while with you and they have to be summoned. You will see the pet meter filling up with each attack that you make in the game – and once that button fills up, you can summon a pet.

However, for some pets, you will need to fill up that button two times or even three times in order to be allowed to call them in. The more bars they require, the better they are generally – but it’s up for you to decide if it’s worth waiting so long to summon one or you’re getting better results by summoning sooner.

Pets also have their own set of skills – although many are similar with different types of pets. For example, Killarpillar and Magekoi have the same stats and skills, but different element.

The skills can vary greatly, making some pets better suited for attacking enemies and some better for protecting the team, boosting the stats and so on. Also, while most pets only spend a limited number of turns on the board after being summoned, some stay until they are destroyed.

In other words – make sure that you read the descriptions of all your unlocked pets to know which does what and, most importantly, to make sure that you summon the right one for your current battle situation.

Finally, your pets can’t be leveled up directly. Instead, they will take the average upgrades of your team of heroes – so the better your team, the better your pet and the more useful they will be.

How to unlock more Pets in the game?

As I said before, unlocking them follows the same rules as unlocking regular heroes. This means that you will get them as various rewards for playing the game, from daily missions rewards to regular rewards and so on.

Are there any Pets-related battle tips?

Pets are extremely useful in battle, even the more common ones. They deal a ton of damage and basically give you an extra hero to fight alongside your team for some turns.

You should always make sure that you summon your pet when they are most needed. This means that you should summon them during difficult boss battles or when you are facing multiple enemies.

Also, make sure that you summon a Pet that is useful in that particular situation: one that has an elemental advantage (or at least doesn’t have a penalty) and ideally one that helps your team the most. Sometimes, the ones that deal the most damage might not be the most useful (although they generally are).

Apart from these things, pets are pretty much easy to use and straightforward and they provide great help as long as you don’t forget to summon them AND you do bring them onto the battlefield at the perfect time.

List of Pets in Battle Breakers

If you’re curious to check out the names of the pets that are unique (so not different elements), I have it for you below:

  • Killarpillar
  • Rockbeast
  • Tiny Dino
  • Mollyball
  • Ghost Blade
  • Sneek
  • Spry
  • Mrau
  • Dreadlord
  • Thorny
  • Ruhk
  • Cuddly
  • Nightshade
  • Marid
  • Salamancer
  • Mini Rockbeast
  • Manticore
  • Fierce
  • Thermacore
  • Phoenix
  • Flare
  • Ifrit
  • Reiku
  • Gobby
  • Ancient Pact
  • Aethon
  • Illusory
  • Hinn
  • Kangaroot
  • Chocolate
  • Wild Palgrus
  • Wochowsen
  • Jann
  • Painguin
  • Pinata
  • Olympian
  • Aquamarine
  • Culutiwa
  • Shiqq

And this would be all that we have for you related to the pest in Battle Breakers. If you still have additional questions or comments to make, please do so below. And if you want to learn more about the game, don’t forget to also take a look at out general guide or article about the Battle Pass where we discuss whether it’s worth buying or not.

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Writing about computer and video games since 2008, Luciano started to develop a major interest in mobile gaming starting 2013, after his son was born and free hours for hardcore gaming became nothing but a sweet memory. As a result, Touch Tap Play was created (in 2013 also), so that he can share his love for mobile gaming, but especially write tips and tricks to help fellow gamers do better in their virtual adventures.

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