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Post-BlizzConline 2021 Wrap Up

February 20, 2021
It's a wrap for BlizzConline this year! With the current state of the world, it was a brief moment of respite watching previews of upcoming games, seeing fun community events, and reliving moments from previous BlizzCons.

There were some notable pet-related announcements, including two charity pets, plus teasers of new battle pets coming in Patch 9.1.

World of Warcraft Charity Pet Program
Charity Pets: Daisy the sloth and Bananas
Blizzard announced not one but two upcoming charity pets! [source]

Unlike previous charity events, this World of Warcraft Charity Pet program will be a little different. Donate any amount directly to Blizzard's charity of choice and help reach a pre-set goal. Once that goal has been met, everyone will receive a pet! If the community manages to reach a stretch-goal, a second pet will be unlocked and awarded.

For the first Charity Pet program, players will be able to donate to Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), a medical humanitarian aid organization.

Bananas
Upon reaching a to-be-announced donation goal, the pet Bananas (pictured left) will be awarded to everyone. This battle pet was initially released as part of the Through the Dark Portal WoW TCG set, which has since been discontinued. Bananas is currently obtainable in-game only through the Auction House/direct trades or rarely on the Black Market Auction House.

Daisy the Sloth
If the community reaches a stretch-goal, everyone will also receive Daisy the Sloth! This adorable sloth will have a unique interaction — she'll hang onto your back so you can carry her with you as you adventure through Azeroth, Shadowlands, and beyond. (pictured right)

Donation goals have not been announced yet, nor how players will be able to donate specifically toward each goal. We'll have to wait for a future announcement from Blizzard for details.

We're eager to learn more, and can't help but wonder what other limited-time or promotional pets might be part of this WoW Charity Pet program in the future. Which pets would you want to see made available again through this program?

Chains of Domination
What would a major content patch be without some battle pets to collect? In Patch 9.1 we'll see a number of new pets from multiple sources. [source]

The Maw
We'll be returning to The Maw for more activities, and what else? More battle pets to collect, of course! Who wouldn't want their very own Minion of Domination? (pictured below, far right)

The Maw new rewards

New Zone: Korthia
Although it wasn't explicitly stated, the new zone, Korthia, will probably have a few critters wandering around. What strange new creatures will we encounter?

Korthia, new zone

Tazavesh, the Veiled Market
Last but not least, we'll be heading into the mythic-only mega-dungeon, Tazavesh, the Veiled Market. The Brokers, seemingly collectors themselves, will have some interesting pets for us to obtain (pictured below, left).

Mega-dungeon rewards
Will these pets be wild? Or will some Brokers need some *ahem* convincing to relinquish their unique wares?

Patch 9.1 currently does not have a release date, however it's likely we'll see more information on this major content patch after Patch 9.0.5 is released (scheduled for March of this year).

Thank you to Blizzard for holding this unique virtual convention. Being able to gather together from a distance and celebrate games we all adore was a nice distraction during these turbulent times. We can't wait to learn more about the Charity Pet program as well as Patch 9.1!
Posted by Quintessence

BlizzConline 2021: New Netherwhelp Pet

February 01, 2021
BlizzConline 2021

Due to the ongoing pandemic, BlizzCon is being held virtually this year. The event, BlizzConline, will be on February 19th and 20th, 2021, and will be free to watch.

It was announced that the cosmetic items that normally come with the purchase of a BlizzCon ticket are available as separate bundles during this year's unique event. A new pet, the Moon-Touched Netherwhelp, is available from all 3 bundles. [source]

A New BlizzConline Pet
The Moon-Touched Netherwhelp (pictured below, right) can be obtained by purchasing one of the BlizzConline Celebration Collections.

Moon-Touched Netherwhelp
There are 3 possible tiers of rewards. The first is the least expensive and offers the minimum number of cosmetic rewards for Blizzard games, and the third tier is the most expensive but includes all possible Celebration Collection rewards.

The Moon-Touched Netherwhelp is from all 3 bundles, so take your pick!

  • First tier: Essentials Pack
  • Second tier: Heroic pack
  • Third tier: Epic pack


Check with your region's online Blizzard Store for pricing and availability. The Celebration Collections will be on sale through September 15, 2021.

We're ecstatic to welcome this new whelp to our battle pet family! There is some nostalgia as it's a second generation Netherwhelp, which was originally The Burning Crusade CE pet. Is the introduction of this whelp an indication that The Burning Crusade expansion will be coming soon to Classic WoW?

Will you be collecting this cute pet? Do you have the original Netherwhelp? And dare we ask, which of the two is your favorite? (Is it even possible to pick a favorite?)
Posted by Quintessence

Battle Pets From Shadowlands Callings & World Quests

January 01, 2021
UPDATE: From January 8th's Hotfix Notes —

Fixed a number of issues with receiving the pet Dal. [source]

So keep an out for the "A Stolen Stone Fiend" World Quest in Revendreth, and happy collecting Dal!

Battle Pets From Shadowlands Callings & World Quests

There are a number of dropped battle pets in Shadowlands, but did you know that a few pets have dependencies? Here's a brief overview of some Shadowlands pets that are available only during specific Callings or World Quests.

Callings and Battle Pets
Callings in Shadowlands are similar to daily Emissaries in Legion and Battle For Azeroth. Unlike previous expansions, however, there are special treasures that only spawn during certain Callings.

'Complete 3 Shadowlands World Quests with your Trainee'
During this type of Calling there's a chance you'll be assigned a named Trainee that will occasionally find Dirty Glinting Objects for you to loot. This sparkly bit of dirt on the ground has a chance to reward the pet Lucy (pictured below, right).

Lucy
Each Covenant has one named Trainee that will have this special ability. Only the following NPCs can discover objects for you.

  • Venthyr - Drippy
  • Kyrian - Deos
  • Night Fae - Twinklewings (thanks for the comment Jaladar!)
  • Necrolord - Dregs


'Complete World Quests, loot treasures, kill rares in a Shadowlands zone' / 'Collect 3 Coins of Brokerage'
During this type of Calling, any associated zone(s) will spawn special treasure chests that can drop pets. To view the chests on the world map, you must be within the zone and not inside a Covenant Sanctum within the zone.



Depending on the Calling, it's possible to find all of these chests in the same day. Unfortunately, these chests aren't guaranteed to appear every time.

Callings usually last for a few days to allow time for people with varying play schedules to complete them. Because of this, even if you complete one of these "treasure Callings" the treasures will respawn the next day and until the Calling has expired. So be sure to re-check any associated zone so you don't miss out on a chance for a pet!

World Quest Battle Pets
There are three pets that can be obtained during specific Shadowlands World Quests.

Wrathling
Swarming Souls (Revendreth) - The Manifestation of Wrath rare can spawn during this WQ, which can drop Wrathling (pictured right). The pet can also drop from a normally-spawned rare, Prideful Hulk during the Leeched Soul rare event, so this WQ could be seen as a second chance at this pet.

Dal
A Stolen Stone Fiend (Revendreth) - After completing this WQ, talk to Penkle located behind the building to receive a Cage Key. Use the key on the cage next to this NPC and receive Dal (pictured right). (Note: This can be buggy and the key may not work on the cage. Server/shard hopping or turning War Mode on and off can sometimes resolve this, however most will need to wait for Blizzard to apply a proper fix.)

Primordial Bogling
Muck It Up (Revendreth) - A rarespawn, the Bog Beast, can appear during this WQ. It has a chance to drop the Primordial Bogling pet (pictured right). Even if you complete the quest, you can wait around for the rare and kill it.

Have you found other battle pets that rely on Callings or WQs? Feel free to share in the comments below, and happy collecting!
Posted by Quintessence

Joyous Season's Greetings from WarcraftPets

December 24, 2020
UPDATE: According to Wowhead, a new battle pet, Jingles, will be waiting in a present under the holiday tree in Ironforge and Orgrimmar! Be sure to check on Christmas Day (December 25th). [source]

We'll update our database with this pet as soon as we can!

Happy Holidays from all of us at WarcraftPets. Wishing everyone a safe and wonderful season, plus a fun Feast of Winter Veil!

Season's Greetings from WarcraftPets

Tis' the Season
Don't forget to check under the holiday tree located in Ironforge and Orgrimmar starting on December 25th. Unwrap the gifts and you may find neat toys, holiday items and food, and several festive pets.

As the season is now officially winter in the Northern Hemisphere, the Snowy Owl has started spawning in Winterspring. Be sure to capture one before winter ends!

Last but not least, there is also a Blizzard Store sale on battle pets (and other digital items and services), if you desire even more cuddly companions. All pets from the Blizzard Store are 50% off until January 4, 2021. This even includes CE pets from a few previous WoW Digital Deluxes. Send a friend or family member, or even yourself, some additional holiday joy in the form of an adorable new pet!

A Tough Year
A message from WarcraftPets Site Creator and Owner:

Most of us would agree that 2020 has been a difficult year. We hope our little corner of the Internet was able to bring you an occasional smile, and a much-needed ray of light on those darker days.

For so many of us, pet collecting / battling is a simple hobby inside of the vast World of Warcraft — a world that this virus can’t touch. And 2020 has reminded us how soothing our hobbies can be. Adding another sought-after pet to our collections has been a real boon, not unlike sourdough starters and jigsaw puzzles.

There are still some tough days ahead. But the darkness will eventually subside. Better days ARE coming. And until they arrive, WarcraftPets will be here to provide a bit of relief.

Thank you for supporting us. Be well, and stay safe.


—Brian Brolin (aka Breanni)
Posted by Quintessence
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