Mists of Pandaria introduced the Pet Battle system, a fun new mini-game to battle your collectible non-combat pets. Rare pets can be obtained out in the wild, and can also be found by farming many classic raid bosses. Many of these old raids can easily be soloed at the level cap, and you’ll pile up plenty of loot in the process. Here’s a complete list of all of the pets you can collect for the Raiding With Leashes and Raiding With Leashes II: Attunement Edition achievements.
Leading The Cavalry and Mountain O’ Mounts require you to obtain 50 and 100 mounts, respectively. Collecting 50 mounts isn’t too difficult for a character at the level cap, but 100 will certainly take a lot of dedication. Here’s a checklist of the mounts you can collect to obtain these two achievements in World of Warcraft. For more expensive mounts, vendor prices (not including reputation discounts and guild perk discounts) are also included. Only alliance faction mounts are included in this guide; the horde factions work similarly.
Becoming a Loremaster takes a lot of work. In order to earn both the Loremaster title and corresponding achievement, you must complete almost every quest in World of Warcraft. While some of the requirements for Loremaster were relaxed during Wrath of the Lich King, it’s still an incredibly time consuming achievement any way you slice it. Here’s a checklist for all the sub-achievements you must complete in order to become a Loremaster.
With the release of World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, Blizzard increased the number of reputations required for The Exalted title and respective achievement from 40 to 50. Raising 55 reputations to exalted among guildies who are exalted with their guild will earn your guild the United Nations guild achievement, unlocking access to a Dark Phoenix Hatchling pet from the guild vendor. Here’s a list of the 55 easiest factions to become exalted with to earn these achievements!
If you’ve spent any time with trade chat open, you’ve probably seen a raid group asking prospective raiders to link the achievement proving they’ve already completed the raid. You may also have noticed that they ask for a higher item level of gear that is necessary to complete the raid. As frustrating as this may be for someone looking to learn the raids, though, there’s a very good reason for this.