Easy, No-crown Mega Snacks!
When it comes to setting up your PvP wizard, one of the biggest challenges is developing a pet. It’s not enough to have a pet with a decent card; you need their talents to boost specific stats and provide you with greater durability. However, getting all of the talents you need on a single pet is obviously a difficult process.
One solution to this problem: mega snacks. They’re a great way to power through those training sessions and sort through your pet’s talent profile. And one of the most reliable sources for mega snacks is gardening. In this article, we described the best plant for developing a PvP pet. However, Evil Magma Peas tend to be a very rare drop drop from high-level bosses.
They are certainly worth obtaining, but today we’re going to look at an alternate method for finding no-crowns mega snacks for your pet: Couch Potatoes.
Couch Potatoes have 3 big advantages:
1. They drop from low-level street enemies in Grizzleheim.
2. They give Rank 9 mega snacks at elder
3. It is easy to provide their 5 likes.
So where do you go to grab those seeds?
Let’s Get Farming!
Couch Potato seeds drop from Splithoof Barbarians in Grizzlehiem. Specifically, they are located in Savarstaad Pass, at the entrance to the Boar Camp. They are Fire school and have 395 health…it’s very easy to just knock these guys down and collect those seeds.
The drop rate is low, but the fights are very quick. If you’re willing to put in a few days work, you’ll have no problem gaining as many seeds as you need. I’ve been doing some intense farming there, and I’ve won 8 seeds over the last 2 days. That’s not bad for plants that are easy to care for and give such high-level mega snacks.
If you do grow plants, be sure to check out guide for creating an easy, hassle-free garden.
As mentioned, it’s easy to provide the 5 likes for Couch Potatoes. This will help speed their growth and crank out those megas.
1 & 2: They like Pixies and Garden Gnomes, as you would expect. To develop a permanent pixie for a garden, I just grow a few Tiger Lilies (found in the bazaar): they develop pixies regularly. Then? I let the Tiger Lily die, at which point it’s pixie becomes a permanent feature of the garden
3: Couch Potatoes also like King Parsley plants. Get one, let it die…just like the pixie, it will become a permanent “like”. (Parsley’s are relatively cheap in the Crown Shop, at 750 crowns. But, they are also easy to farm for; click here to see a list of enemies to consider.)
4: Sandwich Stations are liked. This is a craftable housing item that is very easy to make. You can find the recipe vendor in Northguard, Grizzleheim.
5: Those lazy, messy Couch Potatoes are also fond of litter. This is a housing decoration that you can either farm for or purchase at the Bazaar. It’s not always readily available there, but if you keep an eye out, you’ll find one to buy eventually.
It’s worth noting: a large spell ring for plants can take care of at least 12 Couch Potatoes in a single cast. That makes this a great way to go if you’d like to set up a PvP garden, but have struggled to win seeds in higher level areas. The video below shows a little Spud Farming in action, and includes a map of where to find those Splithoof Barbarians.
If you have farming tips or questions, let us know in the comments. Mostly, what I’m curious about: what are those Couch Potatoes watching on their TV?