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5-26-2010 @ 6:09PM
Stupid toys?Stupid toys?!You, sir, have a cold black soul if you think baby wyvern is stupid.I bid you good day.
5-26-2010 @ 6:14PM
Baby wyvern isn't stupid.Baby wyvern is stupid plus ugly plus intrinsically inferior due to its hordiness.Gryphon hatchling FTW.
5-26-2010 @ 6:19PM
In all fairness, it /is/ a baby... How much could it know? =)Besides, it's pretty clear to me that he was talking about the Celestial Steed. How is that a stupid toy you ask? Well, if you place your camera behind it just so, you can totally recreate that awesome 90's-era Star-field screen saver.Warp $25, engage.
5-26-2010 @ 6:50PM
Two pets that are way cooler than anything you can buy, and all it takes is a bit of time and effort in game:Kirin Tor FamiliarPhoenix HatchlingBoth way way cooler than any pet you can buy. I remember when pandaren and lil kt came out. I rarely even see them anymore.
5-26-2010 @ 7:09PM
It's not so much the quality of the pet, it's the volume. As an avid collector, I have both the pheonix and the Familiar, and I did purchase the Pandaren back when half proceeds were going to charity, but I love them all the same. I have a randomizer macro specifically for mini pets, and I even keep a stack of snowballs in my bags specifically if I happen to juggle out any Winter Veil pets.That said, the plush/pet combo is just not worth the money, -however- both of the two minimounts are so cute, even the Gryphon despite it's inherent namby-pamby Allianceness.
5-28-2010 @ 10:19AM
Well I guess it just goes to show you.. there are two kinds of players. Players who think that spending real money for in-game pets is silly, and silly people who buy them. ;)
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