Note: Comments posted after April 27th, 2005 may reflect Combat Upgrade or NGE information.
Tharbacca Wed Dec 8 2004 3:01:00 PM
Got one from an friendly creature handler. Im not able to use it yet, though, (My CH level is currently 22). But it seems really great...Im defenitly going to use this.
Yeah, they are awfully ugly.
Ithilkir Fri Oct 22 2004 7:25:00 AM
An awesome pet for the aspiring Creature Handler. The high kinetic resist and low creature level means you can get a lot of XP when using it to get CH XP via combat. Around 640 for a 'naff bull and 900 for a bull rancor. ALL CH's should get a Boar Wolf at some point, or if you don't like the boar image, then get a friendly BE to get 5 slots of DNA and slap it into a mount or other pet.
Wism Thu Oct 7 2004 8:20:00 AM
Awesome pet. I have been using this to level up CH. Nice HAM and resists make it a good tank. Holds out to a lair of enraged rancors well enough. Doesnt run as well after it has taken a beating. My fave pet at the moment.
Iakimo Fri Sep 3 2004 10:53:00 PM
Hmmmmm... They DO sound intriguing. Esp. the kinetic resistance. Next time I'm on Endor, I'll make it a point to look for one of these. Hard to imagine them topping the various species of cats, though. I wonder: how fast are they compared to razor cats and greater sludge panthers? And zero ferocity?? Is that a typo??
Domain Mon Aug 16 2004 12:58:00 PM
Thiere rather common, when roaming to find Merek lairs iwe stumbled across countless baby's of those.
Cyphaze Mon Aug 16 2004 9:16:00 AM
Are these common? 50% kinetic at CL 25 is nuts
DarthMarksman Fri Aug 6 2004 6:15:00 PM
I'll probably use these as tankers to level Rifleman.
Fuzzgau Sat May 1 2004 8:54:00 AM
Great HAM(hehe)nice damage and pretty quick. Rarely seen in use though, and pretty easy to find.
Caaz D'Fey Sun Mar 14 2004 7:28:00 AM
I agree, that rating vs Kinetic is unsurpassed until you get up towards CL 30. Too bad they're butt-ugly.
boq_x_pod Tue Mar 9 2004 10:02:00 PM
These are better tanks than GSP's. I'm a little surprised to not see these more often, maybe its their natural beauty?