WoW New Pets Live

Published on November 30th, 2010

The two newest additions to ’s pet store are now online, and available for purchase, from the official Blizzard store.

"Lil’ Ragnaros, the Tiniest Firelord

Ragnaros, the dread master of all fire elementals, will return in to avenge his defeat in Molten Core. And what better way to head into battle than with a miniature version of the firelord himself following at your beck and call? Lil’ Ragnaros, just like his full-scale namesake, burns with constant fury (not to mention flames that serve as a handy cooking fire) and comes equipped with the legendary hammer Sulfuras. And as a being of pure elemental fire, he has no need to walk from place to place he just submerges into the magma below the world’s surface when you start walking and reemerges when you stop.

Moonkin Hatchling Charity Pet For the Children!

The googly-eyed Moonkin Hatchling, which comes in unique Horde and Alliance versions, will occasionally plant flowers at your feet, and happily /dances with any willing partners. Like last year’s Pandaren Monk, the Moonkin Hatchling has a soft spot for helping children. For every Moonkin Hatchling adopted from November 29 through December 31, 2010, Blizzard Entertainment will donate 50% of the $10 purchase price to the Make-A-Wish Foundation."

Last years charity pet, the Pandaren Monk was extremely successful, and Blizzard were able to donate more than $1.1 million to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and given how cute this years pet is, I’d say they’re set to make a very generous donation once again.

So, if you fancy your own little Boomkin to follow you around, or a portable camp fire, head over to the official Blizzard store where you can pick them up for $10 / £9 each.

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