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4-04-2012 @ 9:05AM
The Phoenix Hatchling has always been my go-to pet on my shaman. Little Pheo has been at my side since early Wrath, when I discovered that he was a farmable pet. This had been shortly after I had been introduced to the world of pet collecting, and I was an addict from the start.Pheo isn't just a bit though, he's a placeholder and a dream torch. You see, back in BC (when I began playing) I saw someone fly through Shattrath on the ever rare Ashes of Al'ar mount. I was in love from the first site of that mount (I'm also a huge mount collector). I was never able to down Kael'thas the raid boss when he was current content, thus the dream remained but a dream. Any old school runs that took place during Wrath never turned up the mount, nor has farming TK for the past several months yielded the one flying mount I've desired most over these past 5+ years. In Al'ar's place though is Pheo. He's my good luck charm and a reminder to keep dreaming. He's my little flying, burning bundle of cheer.For my druid, who is main spec feral dps, it's a toss up between Whiskers the white rat or the White Kitten. Neither have a personalized name, but they both go well with her typical white form. In the incredibly rare event that I tank with my druid, the Baby Blizzard Bear is always toddling at her side! Nothing overly meaningful with my druid, just bundles of cuteness ; )
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