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10-20-2011 @ 3:10PM
A slight correction, Allison;The whelps that dropped the Tiny Emerald Whelpling in Swamp of Sorrows, no longer exist. Now the only way to get it is by killing the Noxious Whelps in northern Feralas.But still; Thanks for this! I'm still dragging myself along for these pets. I think I have about 110 or so! It's nice to have a list of a bunch of pets all in one location. :D
10-20-2011 @ 3:36PM
Ack. I actually farmed for the damn thing so long that I'd memorized the NPCs that dropped it and the ones that didn't. Serious fail on my part. I should've checked Wowhead to verify that they did, in fact exist in Cata. Thanks for the correction!The emerald whelp and the hyacinth macaw were two of the only pets that I think I just gave up on farming completely. The emerald was pretty unpleasant in that another person was farming that portion of Swamp of Sorrows at the time, and two people farming for the pet at once was an absolute slum. The hyacinth I gave up on after ... mmm, two or three weeks on and off. The emerald I wound up buying on the AH, the hyacinth I'm hoping will eventually show up in a Satchel. I ain't paying retail for that thing.
10-20-2011 @ 6:03PM
Allison, I feel your pain about the Emerald Whelpling... I just got it a week ago after farming it periodically over several years; after looting it, I spent about a minute staring at my bag in disbelief. ;P (Ironically, it was pet #152 for me; I had just got the 150 achievement.) Now to farm for the Hyacinth Macaw... Yeah, I'm a glutton for punishment. (But it's just so pretty!)
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