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6-30-2009 @ 11:56AM
I'm at 70/75 for the pets and I figure I can manage to scrape those up through various sources that just require the luck of finding them on the AH or getting them randomly (fishing daily, fishing in the sewers, etc).Mounts I'm at 61/100 and I can see clear to get to about 75 without much trouble due to reputation pets I'm missing. A lot of the rest though will be farming extremely rare mount drops. Netherwing, the Sha'tari pets, and the tourney mounts will be the easiest ones for me to get by far.I like the challenge of collecting though. I got my Scorchling from Ahune last week (which I'm still hearing about from a guild member who lost the roll to me). It wouldn't be a worthwhile achievement to get 100 mounts or 75 pets if some of them weren't going to be difficult to obtain. Though, I have to say, unless they add a significant number to the game in the near future, upping the milestones for the achievements seems almost beyond unreasonable just based off the lists I've gone through from what I'm missing.
6-30-2009 @ 1:24PM
Warcraftpets.com has a good rundown of minipets, and you can customize your own page with all the pets you want/can get.Right now I can get 100 pets (no TCG pets, no pets from other countries, etc) and that's not counting the raptor pets they are adding in, which will make it quite easy. I've got.. oh, a little over 80 now, I think. I stopped keeping track once I got the fawn.And mounts, I'm 80/100. Apparently the AQ bug mounts count towards the total even though you can only use them in AQ. Yay.
6-30-2009 @ 2:18PM
I use 'The Collector' add-on to check to see what pets and mounts that your missing. I don't think I would have as many pets if I didn't have the add-on. The Collector is available on Curse.
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