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Phat Loot Phriday: Cookie's Tenderizer

"Elune," Throgg muttered. "I've never prayed you before. I have no tongue for it. No one, not even you, will remember if we were good men or bad, why we fought, or why we died."

"Throgg," Lolegolas interrupted. "Seriously, it's just cookies. They're not going to kill you."

"All that matters is that two stood against many. That's what's important! Valor pleases you, Elune ... so grant me one request. Grant me revenge! And if you do not listen, then to hell with you!"

Throgg roared and slammed Cookie's Tenderizer down among the gingerbread men. His massive biceps flexed as he moved the rolling pin back and forth, flattening the poorly shaped treats back into their composite dough.

"I suppose we can redo them," Lolegolas sighed.

  • Type: One-Handed Mace
  • Damage: 802-1,491 (409.6 damage per second)
  • Speed: 2.80
  • Strength: 129
  • Stamina: 194
  • Equip: Increases your hit rating by 86 (0.72% @ L85)
  • Equip: Increases your mastery rating by 86 (0.48 @ L85)
How to get it: The Tenderizer drops from Captain Cookie, the penultimate boss in heroic Deadmines.
How to get rid of it: The rolling pin sells for 25 gold, 85 silver, and 76 copper. It also disenchants into a Heavenly Shard.

Phat Loot Phriday brings you the scoop on some of the most ... interesting ... loot in the World of Warcraft, often viewed through the eyes of the stalwart Throgg and indelible Lolegolas. Suggest items you think we should feature by emailing

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3 Point makes a real-life Tankard o' Terror

3 Point Entertainment (makers of the official World of Warcraft steins) has released a brand new stein, modeled after the epic Brewfest mug the Tankard o' Terror. As you can see above, this beauty of a brewholder is much different from the other mugs -- it's made to look exactly like the ingame item, even though that means it's more angled than curved and a little bit primitive-looking. It's also a huge piece of stoneware, standing over nine inches tall and weighing four pounds. I don't know that you'd ever want to drink anything out of it, but I guess, fittingly for a tanking tankard, if you hit someone over the head with it, they'd feel it.

Alex will be able to tell us what that's like, as he's already got one ordered. This mug is also much cheaper than the other mugs -- it's only $39.99 (as if "only" was a fitting adjective for a purchase like this), which means that 3 Point has probably heard your complaining here in our comments sections and decided to offer up a lower price point option. I won't be going for this one, but the idea of replicating Azerothian cookery in real-life is intriguing. I might buy a Cookie's Tenderizer if I had the chance.

Filed under: Cooking, Items, Fan stuff, Odds and ends, Blizzard, Humor, Making money

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