If you’re just getting started in Eternal Magic, or if you are already playing for a while and you’ve heard people going mad about pet upgrades and such but you are still clueless, you might want a guide for that, right?
Well, you came to the right place! Because I am going to tell you everything that you need to know in order to make some good end-game pets that will win all the pet brawls, and help your character become more powerful!
In Eternal Magic pets are quite a big deal, because they assist you in both dealing damage, surviving and in some cases even tanking the enemies for the master. There are plenty of situations where a pet can come in handy, but I’m sure that you already know that.
So let’s start with the very beginning, and cover all the important things that you need to know! Therefore without further ado, let’s dive right into the Eternal Magic pet guide right now!
Eternal Magic – Pet Types
In the game there are three main pet types, each of them having a specialization:
– Tank pets (can boost the master’s defensive skills, inflict CC and influence survivability)
– Magic pets (they are good at dealing magic damage, most often AoE, can inflict CC and help by healing master)
– Warrior pets (they are good damage dealers, most often single target and can boost the master’s offensive stats)
There is no restriction that makes you have to get a Tank pet if you play a Knight, or a Magic pet if you play a Mage. So before we go further, erase that from your mind because you should go for a pet which will actually complement your hero!
For instance, if you are a heavy AoE character, you might want a pet which is great at single target damage – and if you play a tank, you might want a pet which will make you even tankier, or help you with AoE clear. You can also have multiple pets for more situations, so don’t worry too much about it!
Preparing your first pet
You should start off by deciding which pet type you want for your character, and then start leveling it up. Once a pet reaches level 70, you are able to transform it, but we will cover that further below.
In the meantime, you can make the pet pretty powerful so that it will help you in the instances and battlefield. You can use Resurrection Stones to reset a pet’s stats, as well as give you a chance to make the pet Highbred, which will make the pet stronger. It will take a few tries, so don’t give up.
What stats to look for?
Ideally you want the pet’s Max. Potential Attack to be as high as possible, but not lower than 1450 (at the very least)! Next up, the Max. Potential Speed is important, because that reduces the pet’s skills cooldown and makes it attack faster. The other stats as important as well, but for start try focusing on getting a pet with these two in decent numbers.
– Do not look at the pet skills, the number of skills / what skills it has are not that important and we will cover that below.
– Do not look at the current Health / Attack / Speed / Intelligence because these can be upgraded later – only the Max. Potential is important!.
– Whenever you reset an already Highbred pet, it will have a HIGH chance of turning back to Cub, so don’t be surprised if it happens.
– Luna cannot be transformed, so don’t bother with her and do not give her the best pet equipment / pendants / skills you have.
Unlocking Pet Skills
Once you have leveled up your desired pet, you should start gathering skills for it and try to give it the skills that you want. It is going to be an expensive process, and it will rely a lot on luck / RNG, so be prepared.
Start by having a pet which doesn’t have a Pendant equipped.
Unlock 4 pet skills by using Basic pet skills (the green ones). To do that, simply save as many as you can and spam them until your pet has learned 4 skills. Once your pet has 4 skills learned, you can equip a Pendant which has 2 skills (Purple Pendants with 2 skills are not easy to come by, especially if you are looking for specific skills). Once you did that, your pet will have 6 skills!
Transforming a pet
If you want to know how to transform a pet, then let me tell you that it is going to take quite a bit, because you will need to follow certain rules:
– To transform a pet, you need to have a pet level 70 (except Luna, she doesn’t count) which means that your characters needs to be at least level 65.
– You need 10x Beast Spirit Crystals, which can be obtained from Chaos Instance or Plague Investigation.
– If you want to upgrade the same pet, you will also need that pet’s Catalyst in order to retain its shape. (for example Scouting Banner is item for upgrading Prickly to Folmor, Magic-Eye Potion is the item for upgrading Froggy into Longsight and so on).
– If you don’t use a Catalyst, the pet will be random, but of the same type (Magic, Tank, Warrior).
– There is a small chance a pet will transform from Gen I pet to Gen II pet.
– All of the equipment that you had on your pet before Transforming it, will disappear – therefore, I suggest that you either don’t equip the best gears to said pet, or don’t transform it (especially if it has red equipment).
– In order to upgrade the star of a transformed pet, you need to use the Primordial Aura items you receive from Plague Investigation and exchange them (at <Pet Transformation Master> Sandra) in the Pet Aura Shop for fragments of the pet that you want to upgrade.
These would be all of the main things that you need to know about pets in Eternal Magic! Is there anything else that you would like to learn about the game? Let us know down in the comments below and we’ll get back at you ASAP! Or just check out our tips for beginners to get started.