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Introduction

This list of items is comprised of what's generally considered meta. Items are ordered by our personal ranking, with the best option for each element listed first. (Outliers being compression items, that are ordered by element)

NOTE
While this section is titled "Beastmaster Pets", the pets in the "0-CHA Pets" section are good as well and are simply there because they can be used by 0 CHA builds just as well.

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Fire

Plush Nugget

The strongest Fire pet in the game in terms of damage, dealing either normal damage, or +100% at the cost of 158 SP per turn.

Location: Kickstarter Plushie

Info-Subs: Link

Flame Bot

The pet has a toggle between three modes: Normal damage, +20% damage for a small SP cost, and +50% damage for a slightly bigger SP cost.

This pet is the strongest damaging pet in the game tied with Aberrant and Water Bot, barring the premium Plush Nugget, making it only slightly inferior to Aberrant due to its SP cost instead of HP.

Location: Valencia -> Golden Giftboxes -> UltraRare Shop

Info-Subs: Link

Keyote

Keyote is currently available through The Void. This is a good option for those looking for paralysis. You can click on its staff to swap between two attacks: a strong 4-hit attack with a +5% damage MC, and a 2-hit attack which can paralyze the monster, though it only deals half the damage to compensate for the effect.

Location: Void Takeover: Keyote the Heartcrusher. See here.

Info-Subs: Link

Flareos

Flareos is the best option next to Keyote. It comes with 2 attacks: a strong 2-hit ranged fire attack with a +5 BTH lean, and an attack which does no damage, but has a very high chance of Controlling the monster. You can click on him to swap between the two attacks.

Location: 12000 Z-Token Package

Info-Subs: Link

Rose-in-Full-Bloom

The best option, bar none, for Beastrangers since it complements the Sol Neko armors so well. Like many other pets on here it has a toggle between two different attacks. The first is a simple pure damage attack with a +3 BTH lean with a +4.25% BTH (not lean) MC, nothing to write home about. The second hit however deals 50% damage, but can burn the monster if it connects - on top of that, the monster is also inflicted with Berserk, causing its BTH to be lowered by 20 for two rounds.

Location: Snugglefest -> Previous Quests -> Love Potion 729!

Info-Subs: Link

Festive Deatharrows Cat

Toggles between a normal +5% damage mode, and an EleVuln mode where it pays 50% damage for it to inflict EleVuln up to 31%.

Location: Valencia --> Golden Gift Boxes --> Ultra Rare shop. May become available again in December 2024.

Info-Subs: Link

Underwyrmling

Has a toggle between damage mode with a +5% MC, or a 3-hit attack that damages the monster's SP, which can be very useful for certain encounters.

Location: Travel Map -> Sail East -> Mt. Thrall -> Hollow's Garage -> Underworld Saga -> Escape the Wicked King (Challenge Mode)

Info-Subs: Link

Floating Pie

A solid option, though outclassed by the likes of Flareos and Keyote for obvious reasons. It comes with 2 attacks and you can toggle between them by clicking on it. The first is a standard 2-hit attack that deals 5% more damage, and the second is a 4-hit attack that can paralyze the monster - however, the monster is also healed for half the damage dealt.

Location: Warlic's Shop -> Mastercraft Sets -> Dessert Set

Info-Subs: Link

Water

Aqua Bot

A clone of the Flame Bot listed above.

Location: Valencia -> Golden Giftboxes -> UltraRare Shop

Info-Subs: Link

FruitcakeZard

This pet is unfortunately permanently rare. However, for those who need paralysis, it's the best option for Water. It has two attacks: one which gains 5% more damage, and another which can paralyze the monster at the cost of 50% damage. By clicking on the pet, you can switch between the two.

Location: None

Info-Subs: Link

Cephalopod

Cephalopod is the best option below FruitcakeZard and Aqua Bot, offering a toggle between +5% Mastercraft, and a chance to inflict Blind on the opponent.

Location: Warlic Shop -> Combine Mermazon Kelp + Bad Juice + Magma Leaf -> Talk Like A Pirate Day -> Treasure Hunt (Click the map in Rhubarb's hand)

Info-Subs: Link

Baby Egg

One of 8 elemental variants, this pet has a toggle between two modes, both of which pay 50% of the pet's damage: paralysis mode and damage reduction mode. The damage reduction mode functions identically to the Grakma-Hide Shield, reducing the damage you take from each hit by a flat amount (14 at level 150). The paralysis mode attempts to inflict the status slightly more frequently than FruitcakeZard, and while both have synergy with the Umazen Aspis shield's +20 paralysis potence, the pet lacks a full damage mode, making it less versatile.

Location: Grenwog

Info-Subs: Link

RhubZard

A standard damage/status toggle pet, with status mode inflicting the Unlucky status, stealing LUK (67 at the top level) from the enemy and adding it to yours for the turn. This pet is notable for its synergy with its guest counterpart in the Beastmaster Guests section.

Location: Void Takeover: RhubZard. See here.

Info-Subs: Link

Abyssal Undead Hydra

Has a toggle between damage mode and Daze mode. Save is CHA/LUK vs END/LUK. It has nice synergy with the guest version of itself (see Guests page).

Location: Warlic's Magic Shop --> Quests --> Dragonlorn Keep --> Part 5

Info-Subs: Link

Wind

Psychedelic Dinosaur

While it's permanently rare, there is no better option if you already have it. It's a pet with a high chance to Control the monster.

Location: None

Info-Subs: Link

Pig Drake

A very solid pet for fully defensive beastmasters. It has 2 modes, one that increases your mrm every round and another that has a chance to choke the monster.

Location: Valencia -> Golden Giftboxes -> Rare Shop

Info-Subs: [TBD]

Fenrir

A nice pure damage option, though it's no longer available. It deals +10% damage on monsters with more than 0 STR.

Location: 2019 Frostval Donation contest

Info-Subs: Link

Baby Egg

One of 8 elemental variants, this pet has a toggle between two modes, both of which pay 50% of the pet's damage: paralysis mode and damage reduction mode. The damage reduction mode functions identically to the Grakma-Hide Shield, reducing the damage you take from each hit by a flat amount (14 at level 150). While not different to the other elemental variants of this pet, Wind lacks accessible status options, so while this pet is not as versatile as others, it's the best F2P defensive option.

Location: Grenwog

Info-Subs: Link

Fujin's Curse

If you don't have access to the Grenwog event yet, this is your next best option. Its attack consists of 3 equally powerful hits, and if they all connect, then it can lower the monster's blocking chances for wind damage for the turn.

Location: Warlic's Shop -> Mastercraft Sets -> Fujin Set!

Info-Subs: Link

Ice

Frost Effigy

Pairing nicely with the top recommended Ice guest Nezujimbo, this pet toggles between dealing full damage, or attempts to inflict Freeze on the opponent. On top of that, it increase the chances of every attempt to inflict Freeze effects including its own.

Location: Mage Shop (Warlic's) --> Mastercraft Sets --> Frostgale Set

Info-Subs: Link

Riftwalker

Toggles between 2 modes to either pay 50% of its damage and attempt to Daze the enemy, or pay 100% of its damage to significantly increase your blocking against Fire attacks. This pet is mainly useful on dodge builds, but does still have some synergy with the Shield of Agony's Blood outside of those builds.

Location: Valencia -> Golden Giftboxes -> Rare Shop Rare (May return next February during the GGB Extravaganza)

Info-Subs: Link

Frosty Godmother

Available around Mother's Day, this pet is a clone of the Fairy Godmother in the Light section, toggling between dealing Ice damage, healing your HP or healing your MP.

Location: Limited-Time Shop

Info-Subs: Link

Nerfkitten

Each attack reduces monster MRM and increases its own damage. Caps at +10% damage and +8.5 BTH. CHA v LUKm LUK v INT +0 save.

Location: Guardian Tower -> Nimrod -> Guardian Shop

Info Links: Link

Earth

Glass Cannon

A pure-damage pet that seeks between Earth and Light. Additionally, deals *1.2 damage at the cost of you receiving roughly *1.057 damage, making it stand above the rest.

Location: 12000 Z-Token Package

Info-Subs: Link

Fu-Dog

Toggles between a one-hit attack that gives up 81.85% damage but has a high chance to Petrify the monster and a two-hit attack that has +4.25% BTH. Additionally, the pet increases the chances of every attempt to paralyze the enemy by +20%.

Location: Valencia -> Golden Giftboxes -> UltraRare Shop

Info-Subs: Link

Sabre-Toothed Grenwog

Toggles between pure damage and Elemental Vulnerability (EleVuln). Its EleVuln attack can inflict up to +31.43% if all hits landed.

Location: 6000 Z-Token Package

Info-Subs: Link 

WoolZard

This pet has 2 toggles: the first is between 2 modes, one pays 100% of pet damage and attempts to inflict Sleep, while the other pays 50% and attempts to inflict Elemental Vulnerability (EleVuln), making you deal up to 142.6% Earth damage the next round, depending on hits landed. The other toggle is between regular and "Zardimax" mode. Zardimax mode makes the pet cost a large amount of SP (196 at level 150) per turn, and either increases the BtH and chance the enemy stays asleep in sleep mode, or making the pet pay none of its damage, increasing its BtH and increasing the EleVuln to 152.6% if all hits connect. However, given SP generation per turn at level 150 is 98, it can be difficult to sustain the Zardimax mode.

Location: Void Takeover: WoolZard. See here.

Info-Subs: Link

Grotesque Eye Spy

Has a damage mode and a status mode. In status mode, it deals half its normal damage but chooses randomly between inflicting EleVuln or DefLoss on the monster. This is the best F2P Earth Pet.

Location: Morningstar Set

Info-Subs: Link

Neko Waifer

Has a chance to Paralyze every turn. The chance is pretty low, making it only potentially good for those who really want to attempt Paralyzing the enemy.

Location: Celestial Haven -> Mind if I explore the town for a bit? -> Pet shop -> Advanced Shop

Info-Subs: Link

Energy

Hedgemog

A contract Energy pet that can deal either standard damage, *1.15 damage at the cost of some Gold, or *1.35 damage at the cost of a bigger amount of Gold. Currently the top options for pure damage. While currently rare, it may return if/when a Sonic movie is released in the future.

Location: Limited-Time Shop

Info-Subs: Link

Blood Ruby Rose

Valued for its synergy with Blood Ruby Rain, this is a great option for a status guest, toggling between pure damage, and an attack with a high chance of Rubifying (Energy Freeze) the opponent. Depending on whether you have Mogdin or not, this is better or worse than PikaZard.

Location: None

Info-Subs: Link

Thunder Lord's Ravens

A pet that toggles between a pure damage attack, and an attack that pays half its damage to inflict an Energy Burn on the monster. It's very effective in conjunction with Neko's Burn skill or a Beastwarrior's Thundersplitter.

Location: Frostval Delivery set 2019

Info-Subs: Link

PikaZard

A pet that toggles between a Pure Damage attack, and a potent paralysis attack.

Location: Zard Hunter's Shop

Info-Subs: Link

Light

Glass Cannon

A pure-damage pet that seeks between Earth and Light. Additionally, deals *1.2 damage at the cost of you receiving roughly *1.057 damage, making it stand above the rest.

Location: 12000 Z-Token Package

Info-Subs: Link

Gilded Deatharrows Cat

A light clone of the Festive Deatharrows Cat in the Fire section above, it toggles between a +5% damage mode, and an elemental vulnerability (EleVuln) mode, where it pays 50% damage to inflict EleVuln up to +31.43%.

Location: Valencia --> Golden Gift Boxes --> Ultra Rare shop

Info-Subs: Link

Fairy Godmother

Potentially the most versatile pet in the game, offering to heal your HP / MP or do a standard Light attack.

Location: Guardian Tower -> Guardian Shop

Info-Subs: Link

Dogzilla

Can toggle between damage mode with a +5% MC, or status mode that deals -45% and attempts to inflict Burn.

Location: Stonerule -> Riona -> War of the Giants -> Part 2

Info-Subs: Link

Gildead Leprechaun

The best Light option for those using Blinds, works well when combo'd with Cute Deery from Zardwarts Wand. Can toggle between dealing +5% damage and dealing 50% damage to inflict a Blind scaling with the monster's Light Resistance.

Location: Blarney Portal Painting

Info-Subs: Link

Stunning Diamond Dog

Another standard damage/status pet, toggling between pure damage and paying half its damage to attempt paralysis.

Location: Void Rotation: Diamond Dog.See here.

Info-subs: Link

Lepre-Chan

A decent option for FO beastmasters; it's a light clone of the elemental booster pets, but scales purely from CHA rather than 75% mainstat / 25% CHA. Location: Blarney

Info-Subs: Link

Scarab

A standard pet that does nothing special aside from giving you 20% increased chance of causing your enemy to bleed.

Location: Warlic's Shop -> Mastercraft Sets -> Osiris Set -> Scarab Set

Info-Subs: Link

Darkness

Aberrant the Exiled

A damage pet with a blood cost, allowing you to spend a minuscule amount of HP to increase its damage by +50%.

Location: None

Info-Subs: Link

Gold-Hungry Abyssal Mimic

A clone of Hedgemog in the Energy section, it toggles between 3 modes: not attacking, paying some gold (2206 at level 150) to attack with 15% extra damage, or paying more (6618 at level 150) to deal 35% more damage than a standard pet. This is the next strongest damage option for Darkness behind Aberrant the Exiled listed above, which is currently unavailable.

Location: Valencia --> Golden Gift Boxes --> Rare shop

Info-Subs: [TBD]

Deatharrows Cat

The original flavour of Deatharrows Cat. Like the ones above, toggles between a +5% damage mode and an EleVuln mode, which increases Darkness damage by +31.43% if all hits land.

Location: Valencia --> Golden Gift Boxes --> Ultra Rare shop

Info-Subs: Link

Plush Mort

While not the strongest in terms of damage, this pet offers a toggle between doing a normal attack with +5% damage, and an attack that heals your SP, making it the most potent SP Regen pet in the game.

Location: Kickstarter Plushie

Info-Subs: Link

Undead Sneak

A standard toggle pet, allowing you to choose between damage and status mode. Damage mode deals +5% damage, and status mode pays 50% of the pet's damage to attempt to Paralyze the enemy.

Location: Grenwog

Info-Subs: Link

Un-Lead Leprechaun

Has 2 modes. The first is a standard, +5% damage MC while the second pays 50% damage to inflict a 4 turn Poison. This can compliment the Neko armours' DoT stacking abilities quite nicely, although it doesn't benefit from the extra burn/bleed damage on the Neko armours.

Location: Blarney

Info-Subs: Link

Lavender-in-Full-Bloom

Toggles between a standard pet with a +4.25 BtH MC, and paying 47.5% of its damage to inflict a 2 turn, -15 BtH Blind. While this may seem less effective than other status options, it has strong synergy with the Emancipator's Radiance shield (giving +20 blind potence), and working well with dodge-based builds.

Location: Snugglefest -> Previous Quests -> Love Potion 729!

Info-Subs: Link

Sunless Undead Hydra

Has a toggle between damage mode and Daze mode. Save is CHA/LUK vs END/LUK. It has nice synergy with the guest version of itself (see Guests page).

Location: Warlic's Magic Shop --> Quests --> Dragonlorn Keep --> Part 5

Info-Subs: Link

Model 294

Toggles between pure damage and Elemental Vulnerability (EleVuln). Its EleVuln attack can inflict up to +31.43% if all hits landed. The value goes up if you have the MechaKnight armor and shield equipped.

Location: Travel Map -> Sail East -> Mt. Thrall -> Hollow's Garage -> I'm here to kick some demon tail!

Info-Subs: Link

Vampoglin Lord

A pet that has a toggle between a normal attack, and an attack that deals *0.5 damage, but heals SP equals to *3/2*0.75 of the damage done.

Location: None

Info-Subs: Link

Harm/Void

Plush Memet

The strongest Harm pet, dealing -5% damage for dealing Harm damage instead of -10% because of the Mastercraft. Has a toggle between a regular attack, and an attack that deals -65.8% damage and attempts to inflict Sleep on the opponent at a low rate.

Location: Kickstarter Plushie

Info-Subs: Link

(Twisted) Juvenile Void Dragon

While the original Juvenile Void Dragon is rare, the Twisted JVD is currently available. These are the only pets that deal Void damage. Does -5% damage for dealing Void damage instead of -10% because of the Mastercraft.

Location: Valencia --> Golden Gift Boxes --> UltraRare Shop

Info-Subs: Link

My Tiny Void Pwny

On average does the same damage as the Juvenile Void Dragon, but instead of a consistent damage, it instead has a -10% damage penalty for Harm, and has a 5% chance of dealing +100% damage.

Location: Valencia -> Golden Giftboxes -> UltraRare Shop

Info-Subs: Link

Exceptional Void Drayk

A smaller version of the Juvenile Void Dragon, without the Mastercraft. It's strictly weaker than the Void Pwny, but some would appreciate it for the art.

Location: Valencia -> Enter the Z-Token Shop -> Enter the Z-Token Item Shop!

Info-Subs: Link

Healing

Mookie Twilly

The strongest option for healing as it spends 100% of its damage as well as its MC for the healing effect. Its MC makes it heal 25% more 20% of the time. It's available as a Rare Item Hunt around May 4th.

Location: Travel Map --> Jagged Peaks --> Kill 4 first monsters --> Be at the cutscene in the nest --> Click a hidden spot on the screen in the middle/lower right of the screen (click here to see)

Infosub: Link

Plush Twilly

A pet that either attacks with Earth or heals you.

Location: Heromart (Kickstarter Plushie)

Infosub: Link

Moglord Warboar

A pet that either attacks with Water or heals you.

Location: Guardian Giftbox 2012

Infosub: Link

Frosty/Umbral Godmother

Frosty Godmother and Umbral Godmother are identical other than Frosty being Ice and Umbral being Darkness. Great pets because of their versatility. They either attack with Ice/Darkness, heals your HP or heals your MP. Both are available around Mother's Day in May.

Location: Limited-Time Shop

Infosub: Link (Frosty) - Link (Umbral)

Fairy Godmother

A great pet because of its versatility. It either attacks with Light, heals your HP or heals your MP.

Location: Guardian Tower --> Nimrod --> Guardian Shop

Infosub: Link

Retro Twilly

The always-available option for F2P Adventurers. Spends 100% of its damage to heal you. Like Mookie Twilly, its MC makes it heal you 25% more 20% of the time. Max level for Adventurers is only 121, unfortunately.

Location: Battleon -> Speak to Twilly -> Anniversary Events -> The Dragon of Time -> Act 1: Undead Invasion

Infosub: Link

Compression

ChickenCow Clone (All Elements)

This is a decent utility option for Beastmaster builds. It follows the type and element of your weapon, so you could cover all 8 elements + Harm in one pet slot using ChickenCow Clone. However, it has a -15% damage penalty, and you take more damage as well.

Location: Valencia -> Golden Giftboxes -> UltraRare Shop

Info-Subs: Link

Boiler Buddy (Fire/Ice)

A pet that deals either pure Ice damage, or a Fire attack that deals -50% damage and attempts to inflict Thermal Shock, depending on which resist is higher. Will default to the Fire if they're equal.

Location: None

Info-Subs: Link

Cockatoo Cannoneer (Fire/Wind)

A standard pet dealing either Fire or Wind damage depending on what's stronger.

Location: 6000 Z-Token Package

Info-Subs: Link

Harpy Dragon (Fire/Wind)

A pet that deals either Fire or Wind depending on what's higher. The wind attack is 2 hit, with the first dealing damage and the second healing the player.

Location:

Info-Subs: Link

Lilliputian Sorcerer Army (Fire/Ice)

A standard pure-damage pet that seeks between Fire and Ice.

Location: None

Info-Subs: Link

Drag O'Lantern (Fire/Earth)

A standard pure-damage pet that seeks between fire and earth. Unfortunately, both of these elements have strong competition, making this pet much less favorable compared to other compression options.

Location: Mogloween -> Mogloween Quests -> Click on the Sisters -> Search for Toil and Trouble's sisters or Mogloween Portal Painting -> 2007 - Witch Hunt

Info-Subs: Link

Steam Trobble (Fire/Energy)

A standard pure-damage pet that seeks between Fire and Energy. It pays -12.5% of its damage attempting to reduce the monsters' resists.

Location: Valencia -> Golden Giftboxes -> Rare Shop

Info-Subs: Link

Mini Nulgath (Fire/Darkness)

A standard pure-damage pet that seeks between fire and darkness. Again, it suffers from the same issue as Pumpkin Golem.

Location: Valencia -> Golden Giftboxes -> Rare Shop

Info-Subs: Link

Cai-Man (Water/Earth)

A standard pure-damage pet that seeks between Water and Earth.

Location: Blarney -> The Cai-Man Island

Info-Subs: [TBD]

Champion Weapon Golem (Wind/Ice)

A standard pure-damage pet that seeks between ice and wind.

Location: Travel Map -> Granemor -> General[1]Herous' Tower » 16: Golems at Granemor! 

Info-Subs: Link

Experimental Robocockatrice (Wind/Earth)

An alternative to Fu Dog that seeks between wind and earth. Its first attack deals a small amount of earth damage, but can Petrify the monster, making them unable to act for the turn, and changing their wind resistance to <earth res x 1.5>. If the monster is already Petrified, then the pet will perform a powerful 1-hit wind attack.

Location: Miss Fixit -> Who's Kamui?

Info-Subs: Link

Eyephoon (Wind/Energy)

A standard pure-damage pet that seeks between Wind and Energy. Unfortunately, it isn't top level, and caps at level 145 so it's slightly weaker than a regular pet.

Location: Aria's Pet Shop

Info-Subs: Link

Snow Angel (Ice/Light)

A standard pure-damage pet that seeks between Ice and Light. Unfortunately, it isn't top level, and caps at level 145 so it's slightly weaker than a regular pet.

Location: Frostval 2014 -> Gift Delivery!

Info-Subs: Link

Can-Can Cannon (Earth/Energy)

A standard pure-damage pet that seeks between Earth and Energy. Unfortunately, it isn't top level, and caps at level 145 so it's slightly weaker than a regular pet.

Location: Yulgar's Inn -> Go to Lounge -> Sage Uldor -> Drakel Black Market (Available after completing the Seed Spitter quest)

Info-Subs: Link

Glass Cannon (Earth/Light)

A pure-damage pet that seeks between Earth and Light. Additionally, deals *1.2 damage at the cost of you receiving roughly *1.057 damage, making it stand above the rest.

Location: 12000 Z-Token Package

Info-Subs: Link

FrankEyenstein (Energy/Darkness)

A standard pure-damage pet that seeks between Energy and Darkness.

Location: None

Info-Subs: Link

Soluna (Light/Darkness)

Has two modes. The first is a pure damage attack that seeks between Light and Darkness. The other is an MP Heal attack.

Location: Valencia -> Golden Giftboxes -> UltraRare Shop

Info-Subs: Link

Little Shadowpony (Light/Darkness)

A non-GGB alternative to Soluna. Receives a penalty for the compression, and isn't top level, but elemental seeks between Light and Darkness.

Location: Travel Map -> Travel East -> Travel South -> Veil Base Camp -> Speak to ElBhe -> Shadows Are Magic!

Info-Subs: Link

Utility

Mana Golem

Has a toggle between a regular attack with +5% damage Mastercraft, and an explosion attack that has an HP cost, but receives a +10 BtH Lean, and does +50% damage, and replaces the Mastercraft as +4.25 BtH. The pet also deals *130/90 damage for choosing elements at random. This pet is good against enemies with even resistances.

Location: None.

Info-Subs: Link

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