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Finally got the "Orphan" naval mission and hooked my Left Shark. Was expecting it to be a copy of the Land Shark, so was pleasantly surprised to see that it looks different. Called him Thresher because he looks like one.
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"Collecting Graves requires a bit of time investment!"
Try "a hell of a big time investment"
New rare pets - quite cool. New rare pets using mega-common skins - not so cool...
Disregard what Mydoc is saying below.
You do not need any rep to learn a "caged" version of this (or any other) pet. Nothing hidden, if it doesn't say "requires xxx", you will be able to use it.
Not sure why he keeps posting this on multiple pages, but it isn't true.
Can anyone confirm or deny what Mydoc is saying? I'm looking at a "caged" one on the AH right now and it says nothing about requiring the rep to learn. I don't want to to buy it if I'll be unable to learn it.
This is a cool thing. Thanks to those involved for doing this (even though I can't benefit or contribute, I like the idea).
Bit of a shame the first comment was a "complaint" but oh well. :)
This little guy has to be one of my favourite pets. I don't think I've ever seriously battled with him, but he looks great running around after me. :)
Anyone else think they missed a trick with this one by not making it look like a miniature Iron Juggernaut? That model looks great and is clearly mechanical, unlike this one which just looks like a regular Azeroth scorpion.
A nice pet, and of course I bought it, but I wish Blizz didn't always stiff their European customers on the exchange rate. $10 US should be just a little over 8 euros not 10, and in sterling should be £6.41 not £9!
A little discrepancy in prices would be OK, but jacking up the price for their European customers by almost 25%, and for their British customers by almost 50%, is more than a bit cheeky!
There is no cow level.
Love the look of this guy, but really wish there was some way to buy only the in-game pet. I have literally zero use for a stuffed toy animal, and can't really justify £22 just for the digital version. :(