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4-04-2012 @ 9:14AM
When I started up a new character (troll resto druid) on a US server to play with a friend's guild (I am from the UK but moved to Canada a couple of years ago) I started with nothing, as all my mounts, pets and achievements were on my Euro account. But the guild had a few pets in the bank anyone could grab, so I picked an orange tabby cat and used him as my mascot.The cat was there with me during my first ever progression raiding experiences; I had always wanted to raid but the time difference from EST to CET was a big problem when I was playing my Euro characters. He was there when we downed Ragnaros, and when we killed Deathwing. He's seen a lot of action - just last night we downed Heroic Morchok and got pretty far on Yor'sahj, so he's probably a more experienced raider than most players. :)Very much looking forward to being able to name him in MoP!
4-04-2012 @ 10:25AM
I did something similar with my bank mage I am leveling. I have a bunch of pets and couldn't pick one. I am an altoholic but I like to have each toon use a different mount and pet. So for her, one day I summoned the silver tabby. It was meh at first. The cat pets are so tiny. But then so is she (a Gnomette). Now the thought of the little thing snuggled up on the ground when I fish is so cute, that pet has warmed it's way into her heart :p Ok my heart. Yeah.
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