Tenshiame wrote:I prefer the cinder kitten myself. the moonkin hatchling has different colors, the alli one is darker then the horde one, the cenarion hatchling has a TCG pet look alike. I wouldn't get the Gyrphon hatchling, it has a double that you can get in the wild in game, unless you really want the plush :D The blossoming ancient is pretty, changes colors with the seasons. But I still like the cinder kitten best
Sparkwidget wrote:Thanks for the input so far! :)
I'm a new-ish WoW player (only been playing for a few months), so I don't have massive amounts of gold yet.The guardian cub is going for 10k on my server, and is definitely a ways off yet, especially while saving up for artisan flying. ;)
At the risk of sounding like a total noob, because it's probably something totally obvious that isn't coming to me at the moment (it's 4:18AM here, so cut me some slack :lol: ), what is TCG? And what are the cenarion/gryphon hatchling lookalikes called and where can they be found? Could I get a link to their warcraftpets listings perhaps?
Thanks everyone! :)
Sparkwidget wrote:Derp. I knew that. :lol:
I will definitely be catching the gryphon hatchling then, instead of buying it. Thanks for the tip! :)
I am thinking I might go with the guardian cub. I just think he's so cute. And who knows...my birthday's coming up, maybe a cinder kitten will find his way to my mailbox. ;)
Just wanted to point out that the Windrider Cub is sold out in the US store.
Sparkwidget wrote:I just wanted to update saying I DID get the guardian cub and I am totally in love. His different animations are SO cute, and he really fits well with my gnome shadow priest main. :) I haven't battled since I got him, so I can't say anything on that, but just as a buddy, he is definitely my favorite. :D
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