So what do they do in the Valley of the Four Winds when they get bored with farming and fighting Virmen? Well they make their crops battle to the death! But it’s all in good fun. Also, since all they have are Elementals and giant Caterpillars, you end up with the easiest fight in Pandaria!
Meet the Tamer
Farmer Nishi has a dream. A dream that some day, he’ll take on the best and the brightest in Azeroth and win! Unfortunately, Blizzard would have to completely eliminate the entire Aquatic pet class for that to work. Too bad, Farmer Nishi!
So anyone here played Plants vs. Zombies? I have! And I heart (♥) you so much giant sunflower! Too bad I’m still gonna have to sic my Water Waveling on you until you’re dead!
So yeah, blah blah blah, the Giant Sunflower uses her solar power (Sunny Day) to make everything bright and sunny. Then she uses her extra strong Photosynthesis to heal any damage your pet might do to her. Then she just sits there soaking in damage like a punching back for 5 turns until her solar power thing comes off cooldown.
Unless of course you break out an Aquatic damaging pet. Then you hurt her enough that she dies slowly over about 4-5 turns.
Look! Another Elemental!! Only this one hides in the ground while his little friends beat up on you.
Hopefully, you’ve got the idea by now. Use your Aquatic damager and finish him off!
Well at least this one isn’t another Elemental. Instead, it’s a giant caterpillar. Which is just like all of the other worm thingies you’ve fought before. If you’ve got a Mechanical or a Flyer, use it. Heck at this point, you might try and work in a Critter just to keep it interesting!
Do we really need to do this? Okay! Well if you want to have maximum EZ Mode, open with your leveling pet, I think you can even use a Level 1, though if you’re unlucky enough to get two solar power things from the sunflower, it might accidentally die.
Then bring in your Water Waveling (or other Aquatic damage pet), and drop Geyser to stun the first pet. Save your Frost Nova until the turn it goes off to keep the pet from running away. If either of those two attacks miss, well the fight might actually be a challenge. While you’re waiting for Geyser to finish, you can cast Water Jet and watch the Sunflower’s health bar shrink.
After dispatching the Sunflower, you should be at 90% health (yes really). Cast Water Jet, drop another Geyser on the Turnip while it’s doing that hiding in the ground thing. And then make sure and cast Frost Nova to keep the other Elemental from running away. After this is dead, you’re probably at 25% health. Do the Water Jet + Geyser thing one more time. There’s a 90% chance that your first pet is dead. So use whatever your other level 25 to kill the giant Caterpillar.
Have I bored you yet? I think I’m just gonna go now…