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Turtle Beach's December Headset Giveaway
2011/12/20 at 2:22 PM
Notice: we have extended the contest two days because of a login problem we had and some users unable to register with Wowhead. It will now end at 11:59PM PDT on December 30th.
Contest is closed, check back tomorrow afternoon for winners!
This Winter Veil season, instead of heading to the snowy peaks of Azeroth to save a reindeer and stop the Greench, you should head to the beach--
When they reached out to us to hold a giveaway at Wowhead for their
Ear Force Z6A
Ear Force Z2
gamer headsets recently, I had to say yes; I mean, what's better than a brand new state of the art headset just in time for the holidays? It beats
Graccu's Mince Meat Fruitcake
, that's for sure!
The giveaway starts December 20th and runs through the 28th. We're handing out one headset each day to a randomly chosen winner and we will announce them on
the contest page
every day then do a big post when the contest is over.
To enter to win, all you have to do is comment in this post and tell us what your favorite location in World of Warcraft is and why
From the inn in
to the arena in
, tell us where you like to hang out in-game and why to get your chance to walk away with an awesome new headset!
Of course, like any good giveaway, we do have some rules and regulations:
This contest is open to anyone, anywhere. ID verification is required to receive the prize, though, so parental consent is needed to receive prizes for those under 18.
Users may submit only one entry to be entered to win and are limited to one prize only.
If you win, the contest page will be edited to include your Wowhead username and you will be contacted via the email address attached to your account.
For additional rules and qualifications,
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SWTOR Beta Key Giveaway
2011/11/14 at 12:13 PM
Star Wars: The Old Republic is coming out next month and the beta has been in gear for quite some time. Many of the Wowhead staff members, myself included, have spent their share of time with the force lately and loved it. Unfortunately, the beta has been hard to get into for many fans beyond a weekend stress test. This week, however, we've got a chance for you to get in easily!
Our parent site,
, is giving away 25,000 beta keys for SWTOR on a first come, first serve basis. Yes,
keys. We'd love for you to support them by entering their giveaway and trying out SWTOR. All you have to do is sign-up for a ZAM account and you get a free key instantly sent to you--while supplies last, of course.
Please note that this is a key for their next testing phase, which will start shortly--BioWare will be emailing you an invite based on the email you redeem the code with.
Click here to get your free Star Wars: The Old Republic beta key while supplies last
Oh, and as a disclaimer: this post isn't the place to start SWTOR versus WoW wars. Save that for another website; we love all kinds of MMORPGs here at Wowhead.
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Deathwing Kill Video, News Round Up, Contest Winners, and 4.3 PTR Changes
2011/11/03 at 2:19 PM
A pretty big news round up day, as we have a lot of news to share plus fun things like contest winners and our Deathwing kill video.
First and foremost, however, we have a job opening at Wowhead. It's always a huge honor to bring someone aboard our team and this time is no different. ZAM is growing and we've found ourselves in need of a
. If you have a lot of experience and know how to code, as well as have a strong passion for video games, you should look us up;
after reading the requirements
, just send your salary history and resume to
if you're interested.
We're looking for a new Java Developer here at Wowhead
Deathwing Kill Video
I made this a few days ago for Tankspot--it's just me killing Deathwing on the final encounter of Dragon Soul from this week's PTR. I realized I never shared it, though!
A few words on the fight: first off, it's really fun. It looks boring when you see a video, because it's just generally boring to watch videos anyway; the gist of the fight is that you gain buffs, you have to dynamically jump to the platform, and then you have to engage Deathwing which removes your buff. After doing this four times, you face him and kill him.
It was fairly easy, but a GM talked with us directly and assured us they would be adding more difficulty in normal mode as well as heroic. He noticed us ignoring certain aspects to maximize DPS and being able to heal through it, so I'm sure they'll fix that.
There's also a cinematic that cues when he dies, however, it was a filler Cataclysm trailer at this point. So it's obvious he will have an awesome cinematic much like Lich King did after his final death.
In other news, we had
a really huge TCG contest last week
as well as a quick giveaway for a few Blizzard store pets. It was a fun time to be the community manager this week--I love giving away free things!
We read almost every entry for the contest and tried to pick people who put creativity into their entries this time around as promised. As such, half our wins are random; the other half are merit based. Thanks for all the effort, even if you didn't win.
November 2nd, 2011
As for the cub winners, I chose these at complete random:
Monk Class Color
Right now the monk is jade green. We like the color, but it's not absolutely set in stone. For those wondering how this would work with the hunter green, it's as different as the colors are for mages and shaman.
Zarhym on Redoing Tier Sets
i know it probably isn't one of the biggest concerns out there, but i was wondering if anyone knew if there was any plans to update the old gear to current graphics? I think it would be awsome...maybe not a top priority thing, but something to work on the side perhaps.
We don't have any plans to tamper with the art of existing tier sets. Transmogrification is being implemented, in part, to allow nostalgic players the option of wearing old gear without having to worry about the stats anymore. But, we don't want to go back and actually alter those looks. That'd almost defeat the purpose, especially given we'd prefer to focus our time on designing new sets to allow for more customization options (including aesthetic, stat-less sets to be used solely for Transmogrification).
The art and animation teams are incredibly busy, and sometimes I feel they don't get enough credit for the amount of work they do, or how much work is involved in each project. There are a number of projects on their list -- many of which players would love to see progress on -- but this isn't currently one of them that I'm aware of.
Progress on 4.3
We don't normally announce release dates for patches. I can say that we're still working on it and if you're interested in checking it out, it's available on the PTR. We have a lot of information out on the patch and are planning a nice little "round up" piece of information for the front page for those that may have missed some of the coverage.
WoW Annual Pass Extended to More Countries Such as Mexico
The World of Warcraft Annual Pass has been expanded to include more countries and is now available in Russia, Switzerland, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Chile and more.*
For a limited time only, players who make a 12-month subscription commitment to World of Warcraft through the WoW Annual Pass will receive the following epic rewards:
Diablo III FREE – Download the digital version via Battle.net for free when the game launches. This is the full game, not a trial edition.
Tyrael’s Charger WoW Flying Mount – Ride for the Archangel of Justice on all current and future characters on a single World of Warcraft account. Tyrael’s Charger will arrive via in-game mail with the upcoming launch of patch 4.3.
Access to the Next WoW Expansion Beta Test – Get a guaranteed spot in the beta test for the next World of Warcraft expansion (at a time to be announced in the future).
Sign up for the World of Warcraft Annual Pass here, and then keep an eye on the World of Warcraft community site or the Diablo III community site for future announcements regarding the launch dates of these bonuses.
For more information on this offer, including eligibility requirements and details on how the World of Warcraft Annual Pass applies to players who plan to purchase the Diablo III: Collector’s Edition, please read the full FAQ.
Patch 4.3 - PTR Build 14942 - Spell Changes
There's a small PTR patch that just hit the servers. The biggest news seems to be that potions were updated to be cheaper as well as more effective.
Talents and Specialization
Your Lightning Bolt, Chain Lightning, and Lava Burst spells gain an additional 32%36% benefit from your spell power, and their casting time is reduced by 0.5 sec.
Mighty Rejuvenation Potion
New reagent required:
Mythical Healing Potion
Reagent no longer required:
amount decreased from 2 to 1.
Mythical Mana Potion
amount decreased from 2 to 1.
This section has not been analyzed extensively by our team but is included for people interested in seeing what has changed in these areas.
Circle of Healing
Heals friendly party or raid members within 150 yards of the target for 409 to 451.
Movement speed increased by 50%100%.
This section has not been analyzed extensively by our team but is included for people interested in seeing what has changed in these areas.
Restores 18900 to 23100 health.22500 to 27500 health.
Restores 1 to 3000050000 health and 1 to 1500020000 mana.
Restores 7200 to 8800 health and 7200 to 880022500 to 27500 health and 9250 to 10750 mana. Can only be used in non-rated battlegrounds.
Restores 7200 to 88009000 to 11000 mana and health.
Spinal Healing Injector
Injects a Mythical Healing Potion directly into your bloodstream, increasing potency and healing you for 25200 to 30800.27000 to 33000.
The Quick and the Dead
Increases movement speed while dead by 50%100%. Does not function in combat or while in a Battleground or Arena.
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The Guardian Cub Hits Blizzard Store--Comment to Win a Free One!
2011/11/01 at 2:45 PM
at the Blizzard store--and I'm going to give away THREE of these little guys to some eager Wowhead commenters just because I want to (and because they're really cute). So if you want to get one for free, here's your chance!
Reply to this post in the comments to be entered to win one of these cute pets to take home.
Drawing will be held tomorrow afternoon at 5PM PDT, I will be choosing at random, and I will send you the code via email that night if you win.
Now available in the
: the new and titanically cute
companion. Orphaned by its titan creators, the fledgling Guardian Cub has taken wing to look for a happy home. Adopt one today and it will stay by your side through thick and thin, following your character just about anywhere your adventures take you—even into the skies of Azeroth.
The Guardian Cub is the Pet Store's first tradable pet, meaning it can be swapped between characters in-game or given as a gift to guildmates, friends, family, or that special someone (after a cooldown period -- see below). Due to his finicky nature, each Guardian Cub will only give its allegiance to one owner, meaning it’s a one-time-use pet that permanently binds to a single character. Be sure to choose a master wisely.
The Guardian Cub is available now in the Pet Store. Check out the mini-FAQ below for more information on how this flying friend differs from other Pet Store companions.
Q: How does the Guardian Cub pet work? How is it different from other Pet Store pets?
Unlike the other Pet Store companions, the Guardian Cub is a tradable, one-time-use pet that permanently binds to a single character upon use. When you purchase the Guardian Cub from the online store, the character you designate will receive a bind-on-use item in his or her in-game mailbox, which can then be added to the character’s inventory. You can either use the item yourself to permanently add the pet to your character's collection (consuming the item in the process), or -- after an initial 24-hour cooldown period -- you can trade the item to another player so he or she can add it to one of their character's collections. Note that once the pet has been added to a character's Companions list, it can no longer be traded, so make sure you're giving the cub a happy home.
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Wowhead Hallow's End WoW TCG Giveaway
2011/10/26 at 12:28 PM
UPDATE: This contest is now closed. The post is locked to prevent further entry.
Our favorite holiday here at Wowhead has always been
. Each year, Perculia and I can't wait to take out our
rickety magic broomsticks
and summon our
This season, however, we decided to take it up a notch by cooking up our own special treats for our community! Ten grand prize winners will receive
of the following: a box set of
Throne of the Tides
class starter decks
, two packs of
Headless Horseman sleeves
, and a loot code. Ten follow-up winners will receive: two class starter decks, two packs of Headless Horseman sleeves, and a loot code. Finally, ten second prize winners will receive a loot code of their very own to take home.
Yes, you read right: that's
prizes we're giving away for this sinister celebration, all thanks to our generous friends from the
World of Warcraft Trading Card Game
The best part? All you have to do to enter to win is comment on this post answering the following question...
What is your favorite holiday in World of Warcraft and why?
We will be picking winners on November 2nd at 12:00PM PST, so you have until then to leave your comment to be considered.
The contest is open to anyone--yes, international entries can win!
Comments on Twitter and Facebook do not enter you to win. The comment must be in this post at Wowhead.
We reserve the right to disqualify any entry; we'll notice duplicate entries and/or fake accounts.
We've been listening to you guys asking for a contest that's not just determined by a roll of the dice: fifteen of these prizes (five for each tier) will be randomly drawn, while fifteen more will go to entries that catch our fancy. So the more effort you put into your response, the greater your odds of winning are!
Further contest details can be found here, including rules and regulations.
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Last Chance to Nab a Free BlizzCon 2011 Virtual Ticket! Comment to Win!
2011/10/20 at 3:00 PM
a two BlizzCon 2011 livestream codes so we're passing them on to you in the spirit of community. Of course, since the convention is starting in less than 24 hours, this little giveaway is going to be a blitzkrieg, so you only have a couple hours to enter.
Comment in this post by
6AM PDT to be entered to win one of two BlizzCon virtual tickets
Similar to other spur of the moment giveaways, we'll be picking the winner randomly. As for what your virtual ticket will include, should you win:
Access to all of BlizzCon 2011's panels in high quality
Your very own
Murky's Little Soulstone
A StarCraft 2 in-game item (unannounced)
In other words, while it's not quite a swag bag, it
an awesome in-game pet and your chance for in-depth coverage without having to leave your home (or load Wowhead News)! Good luck to all who enter!
. The two winners are Ambellina and Worldfamous. Thanks all!
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Diablo III Beta Key Giveaway--Comment to Win!
2011/10/03 at 7:47 PM
Drawing closed. Winners are
It's been several weeks since our last giveaway here at Wowhead, so I figured we should hold an impromptu one to break up the monotony. And if there's one thing I've learned lately, it's that a whole lot of you are really itching for some dungeon crawling and looting...
...So how about some Diablo III beta keys?
Comment on this post with what your favorite Diablo III class is to be entered to win your very own beta key
Don't delay, though--we only have five keys to give away and we'll choose winners tomorrow, October 4th, at 6PM PST from the comments at random. Special thanks go to both
for providing us the keys.
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Interview with NFL Player Chris "Warcraft" Kluwe of the Minnesota Vikings
2011/09/01 at 1:46 PM
Everyone was shocked to learn Mila Kunis dabbled in Azeroth in her downtime a couple years back. After all, how could a celebrity manage World of Warcraft and being famous?
We seem to forget that celebrities are just like everyone else--and that means a lot of "famous" people play WoW. From sports professionals to famous actors, WoW's digital world is home to a lot of different characters both in-game and out. It's part of the allure.
So that's where this feature comes in. We're looking behind the curtains of characters and seeing who actually plays them, hopefully with some interesting results. For our first interview, I tracked down Chris Kluwe right before the NFL season starts and asked him about his gaming habits, particularly the one that earned him his very own WoW TCG card after his character.
Watch out though, if you're alliance--he seems a little bit of a troll. A Troll rogue, that is!
Q: Can you give a little background on yourself, who you are and what you do?
, and I play video games. A LOT of video games. I also play tabletop miniatures (Warmachine) and bass in a band called Tripping Icarus. Occasionally, in order to finance these hobbies, I have been known to punt the football for the Minnesota Vikings of the NFL.
Q: Obvious question: Horde or Alliance? Favorite class and race?
Horde. Alliance is filled with dumbs and baddies. My favorite character (which is my main and pretty much only character) is a troll rogue named Loate.
Q: Them's fighting words--it's OK, I'm Horde as well so I won't say anything. What kind of gaming experience do you have? When did you get started?
I started gaming when I was 4 years old when my parents bought me a Nintendo Entertainment System so I'd stop bugging them. I was stuck at home for a week after I split my toe open at Sea World and they needed something to occupy me. Thus began a nonstop stream of gaming that's included Genesis, SNES, Dreamcast, Playstation 1 2 and 3, Xbox and 360, and a succession of gaming PC's. I play every genre of game except for sports. I'm terrible at sports games.
Q: How did you first get into WoW? When did you start playing?
I first got into WoW during vanilla, about 3 months in, after one of my friends kept bugging me to play. I'm no stranger to MMO's (this will probably answer question 8 also) as I started with Ultima Online, moved on to Everquest, then Asheron's Call, Jumpgate, Anarchy Online, DaoC, etc. etc. It's fair to say that I've played about 90% of the MMO's that have come out in the U.S.
Q: Asheron's Call was awesome. Anyway, what was your highest level of PvE progression? Were you a 5-man player or did you actually make time for raiding?
I was initially in a guild with some friends called Order of the Nine (on Kil'Jaeden), which we then merged with another guild to form Astrum Brumalis in order to get enough people for vanilla raiding. We made it about halfway through BWL before BC came out, and that was when I decided to try hardcore raiding. I joined
The Flying Hellfish
at the start of BC and for a while we were 9th US Horde in progression. I've seen my share of eye lazers, flame crashes, and assorted tests of player ineptitude :)
Q: Looks like the Hellfish are still doing very well in Firelands and are working on Heroic Ragnaros! So now that we discovered you were a PvE hero, how involved were you in PvP? What was your best "trash talk" out there in the battlefield?
I've been pretty involved in PvP since the start of the game, mainly world PvP at first back when Tarren Mill/Southshore was the only game in town. Once battlegrounds came out I got exalted in all 3 reputations (which was a complete pain in the ass back then, especially WSG) and then started doing Arenas when those came out. My best arena season was probably season 2 where two friends of mine and I ran Rogue Mage Priest and got to duelist; we didn't have quite enough time to spend playing in order to hit gladiator. Also, warriors can suck my nuts in the arena, especially geared warriors back then. Faceroll some more you champions of shouting.
Q: Spoken like a true TBC pvper--you gotta love the warriors who used two healers in 3's back then. Have you ever used a PvP line on the football field?
Not really, I try to avoid trash talking in most cases, since you never know who you're going to be playing with down the line. There's also not a whole lot of opportunities for punters to talk smack on the field if we're doing our jobs properly. "Yeah, you take that ball out on the five yard line and you like it, biyotch!" See what I mean?
Q: So besides WoW, what other games do you enjoy? What MMORPGs have you played?
I covered other MMO's in question 3, and as for other games I'm a big fan of RPG's, strategy games, RTS's, FPS's, Diablo and assorted clones, fighters, and puzzle games. Like I said earlier, I'll play just about anything other than sports games.
Q: Speaking of games, I hear you have a thing for League of Legends. We just ran a contest for that and a surprising amount of WoW players also play LoL. What's your favorite Champion?
My favorite champion is Vayne, even after they toned her down a bit (she was hideously overpowered when Riot first introduced her and I loved it, especially because you could see it just by reading her abilities). She's a great harasser early game if you learn the radius of her roll properly, and if you can get a couple kills she starts wrecking face. Also, percent based true damage is all sorts of stupid.
Q: Is killing dragons something any of your teammates do? I'll go get coffee sometimes, hear people discussing a PvP build--have you ever been preparing for a real life game and heard people talk about a virtual one?
No one currently on the team plays WoW as far as I know of. We've had a couple guys over the years that did (as well as one guy that played FF11 /boggle), but the only other sports player I know offhand that plays WoW is Adam Podlesh, the punter for the Bears. A lot of guys play games though, it's just they're more into action/adventure type games (God of War, Gears, Halo) and Madden.
Q: There are two major stigmas with gaming. First off, in order to play, you have to have no life, and secondly you're probably a geek. Meanwhile, with sports, it's the exact opposite. How have you felt about the stereotypes? Have they affected you? Do you think you're an exception or a reality given that you do both?
I think that everyone is a geek, it's just a matter of what you geek out about. For some people it's games (geeks), for some people it's sports (jocks), others have cars (gearheads), or guns (Republicans), or fishing (bored husbands), blah blah blah. I think gamers were initially characterized as having no life because you had to spend so much time learning how to program these games and figure out how to make them run, as well as games being relatively solitary activities by nature, but now that we see people who have been brought up with games (myself included) some of that stigma has gone away. I've always felt that you should be balanced in what you choose to do in life, and I think there's definitely a reality that gaming is not the sole domain of the nerds anymore. To be fair, there's still neckbeard basement dwellers out there (you know who you are) who should probably get out in the sun a little bit more and perpetuate the stereotype, but that's their choice to make, and I think people are starting to realize that the majority of gamers aren't like that.
Q: Many people I've spoken to with some degree of fame have kept their real identity a secret. Did you ever let people know you played for the NFL in any of the games you've played?
Well, I definitely played the NFL card for my Hellfish app; I really wanted to get in and I figured that would up my chances :) In most cases though I'll keep my identity to myself, but with the rise of connectivity in games (RealID, Xbox Gamertags, etc.) it's not hard to figure out who someone is if you really put your mind to it.
Q: How do you balance a professional sports career and Azeroth--and in gaming in general? How much time in your life does the NFL take up? Did you ever play seriously while the NFL season was going on?
I raided very heavily during my third and fourth year with the Vikings, probably more than I should have (my wife was not happy at some of the late nights, curse you west coast server!), but I never let it affect my job or my relationship. For me, the key is being able to prioritize and stay balanced in life - I like getting paid lots of money to do something that doesn't really take up a whole lot of my time, and I love my wife (she makes me food). Now that I have kids (2 daughters) gaming is definitely taking even more of a backseat; I still game quite a bit but I've actually moved away from MMO's so I'm able to pause or put the game down if I need to take care of something.
Q: Given that your time is limited, what is your favorite thing to do when you got a chance to log on in WoW? In any MMO?
In WoW, hanging out with my guildies and seeing new content (as well as ganking the occasional jerk who tried to disrupt dailies). I'm pretty sure that will translate to just about any MMO I play in the future.
Q: So, I know you're a manly man...but I'm a girl and this is a real big deal to me, so I have to ask. Patch 4.3 introduces the ability to change your armor into anything. It's probably been the biggest change in years. What do you think about the change? What would you be wearing?
I think that's an awesome change, especially considering all the awesome older armor sets they created and that people never used again once they outleveled the items. How your character looks is one of the biggest things in an MMO, and being able to customize that can only make the game better. I have to be honest though, I haven't logged into WoW since a month or so after Cataclysm came out; once I realized raiding boiled down to "Don't stand in the fire and get loot" I kind of got bored :) Who knows, maybe I'll come check out 4.3 and Firelands though.
Q: Just go with
--it's the best rogue set. Back to the sports themed questions: Curt Schilling may be the only other athlete that compares to you in terms of being "public" about their gaming life. Have you ever thought of starting up your own MMO studio like he has?
Heh, I have plenty of ideas for my dream MMO, but unfortunately starting an MMO studio requires slightly more funds than a punter makes in a career :) I wish Curt all the best though, he's put together a great team and it will be interesting to see if they can bring it to fruition.
Q: What game is your most wanted for 2011?
It's a tie between Skyrim and Saints Row 3. It sucks that they both come out within like 3 days of each other, because I could gladly spend a couple months playing each one.
Q: Any words of advice, parting words, or links you want to share with us?
Be balanced in what you do, and while gaming might be an important part of your life, remember that there are other important things in life too. Like shamelessly promoting my band
! You can also follow me on Twitter
if you're so inclined, I talk many nerdy things. Thanks for the time!
Special thanks to Chris for doing the interview and Cody over at
for getting us in touch!
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League of Legends Sweepstakes
2011/08/20 at 3:56 PM
It's been a while since we here at Wowhead have hosted an old-fashioned sweepstakes. Thanks to the wonderful folks at
, though, that's all about to change. From this weekend to next, we're giving away prizes--all in support of
League of Legends
What's League of Legends, you might ask? Simple: one of the best games out right now. It's been taking the gaming community by storm recently and even the pro-gaming circuits are playing it. With dozens of champions and intense gameplay, LoL is one of those games that's easy to get into but incredibly hard to master. In other words, it's addictive--and what gaming's all about. You don't have to take my word for it, either;
it's free to play so you can start whenever you'd like
and see if it appeals to you.
Anyway, about that sweepstakes we're hosting. Thanks to Riot and Razer, every day for the next seven days, we're giving away some fabulous gaming gear and all you have to do is put your name in our hat. We're giving away seven
Razer Scarab™ gaming mouse mat
coupled with a
Razer Abyssus™ LoL mouse
for each day of the week. Then on the last day, next Saturday, we'll be doing two grand prize drawings of a
Razer Megalodon™ headset
Razer Lycosa™ keyboard
Every gamer likes awesome gaming gear, so what are you waiting for? Enter today!
The contest is now closed! Thanks to all for entering!
P.S. Bonus points if you tell me who your favorite champion is in the comments. Mine is pretty obvious from my nickname, I'd imagine. (Hint: It's Ashe.)
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Twilight of the Dragons Loot Giveaway
2011/08/01 at 12:41 PM
A new TCG expansion called Twilight of the Dragons just came out and Cryptozoic decided to share some of the loot cards--through their Facebook, of course!
Starting today, the WoW TCG makers will be giving away two
on Monday then another two on Tuesday. On Wednesday and Thursday they'll be giving away two
for each day. Finally, not to be outdone by the previous prizes, on Friday they'll be giving away two
s to a lucky winner.
So how do you become a lucky winner? All week, all you have to do is comment on
to get entered to win.
Today tell them what you'd name your very own
if you got one
to be entered to win!
Everyone likes vanity pets and 4.1 saw the release of a new style of pet cats much to every vanity pet collector's surprise! Now there's another runt to this in-game litter. Much like the
is an adorable cat based off one of the game's more memorable mounts. He's also this TCG expansion's common loot code, making him easy to pick up if you pick up a pack of cards or two.
Counts toward pet achievements
Makes adorable purring sounds
Will sometimes 'sit' and then give chase when you move a far distance away
You could name it 'meowmers,' or 'buttons,' or 'kitty,' or any cute name
All that glitters isn't always gold--sometimes it's fool's gold. Drop this around town or in a raid (or anywhere, really!) to spawn an innocent looking node then wait for the gold rush to start. However, instead of minerals, would be miners will find themselves walking away with an angry kobold companion pet that will persist until the player summons a different friend.
Drop a node anywhere a character is able to stand
Players who loot the node will spawn a kobold pet
Pet persists until dismissed, a new pet is called forth, or the character dies
Node lasts 3 minutes, 30 minute cooldown
One of the few dragonhawks in the game, this one is a must have for any mount collector. From the depths of Zul'Aman, this mount is recognizable as a weapon and a symbol of the Amani tribe. Command respect of your fellow players with this bad boy.
Counts toward mount achievements
Scales with riding speed
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