With the new pet system in Whiteout Survival you might have a ton of questions how to approach the pets and how to make the most out of it, right? There are different pets to tame, they have different skills and there is also their stat refinement which makes the pet feature in Whiteout look very complex and hard to overlook.
The good news is, I have this guide here ready for you to help you decide in which priority you should tame and build the pets in order to get the msot out of their skills plus some general tips for refinement and how to handle the pets.
Long story short, you want to get them all and max out most of them but for me, there is a very clear order in which you should do that. Some pets, for example the Snow Leopard, provide crazy combat benefits with the skill but other pets help you develop your pets faster altogether – this means you rather want to max out the ones that let you develop faster befre working on the pets that provide combat traits, right?
But let’s go to it one after another.
How To Develop Pets
Before we take a look at the order I recommend you tame and develop your pets in Whiteout, here’s in general how you wan to approach the stat refinement feature with pets. The pet refinement is basically leveling up the general stat boost the pet provides so always when you have some refinement materials, use it and as soon as the stat improvement gives you a solid boost, take it.
Always remember, pets in Whiteout Survival do not depend on the heroes you use, they provide universal buffs apply to your whole base.
Best Pet Priority
So, now let’s talk about the priority that I recommend you to develop your pets in Whiteout Survival.
The Cave Hyena is the first pet you tame and unlock and although the building speed sounds great, it’s not at the end of the day. You will get a 5-15% building speed boost for 5 minutes every 23 hours, so basically you will use it once per day. If you do the math it will come down to a very low minute saving in construction speed. I recommend to unlock it, use it but DON’T build right away. There are way better pets now to get.
The Arctic Wolf will be the second pet you unlock and while you continue to tame the next pets, this is a pet in Whiteout building as the extra Chief Stamina will give you more you can do which is an overall boost every single day and worth getting and using daily.
While you’ve been busy building the Arctic Wolf and continue to tame, the most important and next priority pet in Whiteout Survival is for sure the Giant Tapir. as his skill will give you free extra food to develop your pets every day, which will be a big improvement for the long run it takes to build your pets in the game. This is your permanent speed boost and should be your full priority as soon as you tamed it!
After building the Giant Tapir, and I mean build it until maxed, you should focus on the Giant Elk as his daily/semi-daily extra lost item he provides will pile up in the long run and help you with your progress. Even at basic it’s nice and developing lowers the countdown so you can decide how much you want to build him but I recommend as much as possible.
Some people call it optional so you decide, I personally love that you can quickly log in and instantly gather a whole resource tile with him in between. If you really want to max him is up to you, I think it’s worth it but you can also build him a little bit and will still get the great benefit.
Now we enter the section of the pets that provide combat traits and the Snow Leopard with the insane march speed increase is really useful but, again, the above pets will provide daily boosts that help you build your base so I think you should work on them before you invest in combat-related pets.
The Titan Roc should be the last pet. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a great pet in Whiteout but simply for the way you use it compared what the others provide, he gives the least long-term benefit and is purely about rally and attacking where the health debuff works.