Tranquil Mechanical Yeti

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  • Tranquil Mechanical Yeti
  • Use: Teaches you how to summon this companion.
  • Sell Price: 12s 50c
Tranquil Mechanical Yeti

Tranquil Mechanical Yeti summons and dismisses Tranquil Mechanical Yeti, a yeti companion, unlike its "big brothers",  [Mechanical Greench] and  [Mechanical Yeti].

Pet Journal

This clever toy is equipped with a secret switch to disable its 'tranquil' mode. Luckily, even the engineers who built it don't know how to find it.

Source

This item is crafted with Engineering (250); taught once by N [60] A Yeti of Your Own.

Materials required:
Inv misc pelt bear 03.png 1x [Cured Rugged Hide] Inv gizmo 04.png 4x [Thorium Widget]
Inv misc orb 01.png 2x [Globe of Water] Inv staff 18.png 2x [Truesilver Transformer]
Inv battery 02.png 1x [Gold Power Core]

This item can also rarely be found in  [Blingtron 4000 Gift Package].

Battles

mechanical Mechanical: Comes back to life once per battle returning to 20% health.
+50% damage from Elemental -33% damage from Magic
Level 1 Level 2 Level 4
[Metal Fist] [Call Lightning] [Supercharge]
▲▼ ▲▼ ▲▼
[Thrash] [Call Blizzard] [Ion Cannon]
Level 10 Level 15 Level 20

Notes

Due to Thorium Widget and Truesilver Transformer needing 260 skill, if you want to create this using engineering parts that you've created then you will need 260 skill.

Unusually, Tranquil Mechanical Yeti required  [Ice Thistle E'ko] to make when it first appeared. E'ko is only obtainable via a repeatable Horde quest, so the only way for Alliance players to make one of these yeti was to buy the E'ko from a neutral auction house. However, with patch 1.9.3, the requirement for Ice Thistle E'ko was changed to  [Cured Rugged Hide], making the yeti just as accessible to Alliance engineers as it was to Horde. Later, E'ko was also made accessible to Alliance characters.

Physically, Tranquil Mechanical Yeti looks like a small white yeti or wendigo. It's approximately the same size as the combat variants, which is to say that it is about as tall as a gnome, making it one of the larger small pets in the game.

The schematic is no longer available since patch 4.0.3a. Previously, it was taught by Umi Rumplesnicker after completing her quest chain Are We There, Yeti?.

Trivia

The pet journal text could be a reference to Small Soldiers.

Patch changes

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