sonic bat  


Minimum Level: 38
Maximum Level: 42
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Other drops
# Aug 27 2005 at 8:01 AM Rating: Decent
23 posts
They also drop sonic bat wings used for a task given by the Taskmaster in East Commonlands camp.
Anywhere injury exists... I shall go forth and heal.
# Apr 03 2003 at 1:28 PM Rating: Decent
21 posts
Anyone know what the no drop bat meat nd no drop bat blood are used for?
RE: Drops
# May 02 2003 at 8:49 PM Rating: Excellent
308 posts
Bat Blood is used for a faction quest in Nektulos Forest - See a troll NPC named Glob.

Unsure of what the faction hits are for doing the quest.
# Oct 15 2001 at 9:14 PM Rating: Decent
16 posts
I solo these with my ranger for pretty good exp. Not fear kiting so it's not comparable to rhino exp, but they drop ok cash. These are pretty easy too. With only 32 mr I resist most of their stuns.

51 Pathfinder
Great experience in my book.
# Aug 18 2001 at 4:33 AM Rating: Decent
146 posts
Heck, at 50 and bored of the usual spots I wandered over to bats and bugs after not being here in over a year and change. Wow! With the melee upgrades in the meantime, I (a Rogue) worked with a Monk and a Shammie to really destroy these little fellows. I mean they hit low, they stunned almost never (with a base 50ish MR and occasional buffs from passerbyes) and they dropped fast. Toss in a few LCDs and Nox spiders as available and you have an incredible little experience camp.
#Anonymous, Posted: Oct 10 2000 at 10:54 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Maybe this guy works at the Sonic Burger as a delivery guy on the weekends.
# Apr 24 2000 at 7:46 AM Rating: Decent
Can be fun ok exp not much on loot take a druid get to many or want to have fun charm them jus make sure before the next fight invis to break charm and kill it
Is actually pretty resistable...
# Mar 20 2000 at 12:04 PM Rating: Decent
Against even or even higher level bats, I resisted the scream a LOT with only 30ish MR. Probably about 2/3rds of the time I resisted them.

On the other hand, often on a triple pull or so, it was still well worth stunning one to give the enchanter a second to tash/entrance, without the risk of him getting stunned.
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# Mar 01 2000 at 11:00 AM Rating: Decent
If you play a pure casting class, try and avoid these. Unless your resist magic is 90+
charm animal
# Feb 24 2000 at 5:38 PM Rating: Decent
at level 41 as a druid with a measly 50 charisma, I could charm these pretty well if we got too much. Charm wears off, he will try to take your head off, but won't insta-kill you like some other mobs. Don't recommend this if you are expected to be the last line of heals, because the stun may make a party member dead when you can't cast.
RE: charm animal
# Sep 08 2000 at 12:20 AM Rating: Default
397 posts
Very useful when you want to kill nox tho. Have a party member pull nox and charm one of the bats that follows him. Then have bat tank nox till it dies. Then after bat is dead, nuke nox to hell and hope for a chitin bracer. I would recommend the charming for an enchanter though because of how crappy charisma shaman and druid have.
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RE: charm animal
# Dec 26 2000 at 1:32 PM Rating: Default
Speak for yourself. My druid commonly has CHA of over 120 and my charms rarely break before the fight is over.
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