Players Get Some Nice Rewards For World Of Warcraft's 11th Anniversary

Players Get Some Nice Rewards For World of Warcraft's 11th Anniversary

Surprise, surprise. Unlike last year's 10th anniversary, we won't get nostalgia raids or battlegrounds, but that doesn't mean World of Warcraft players have to go through this year's anniversary empty handed.

Players Get Some Nice Rewards For World of Warcraft's 11th Anniversary

While last year was an exception, anniversary gifts are usually small and only give you an achievement and some fun-looking pet or toy. This time there's more. The box you find inside the mailbox contains a bind-on-account cosmetic version of the legendary blade Thunderfury with 5 charges, a costume set of the good old Deadmines boss Edwin VanCleef with 50 charges (see both above), wands with Murloc and Gnoll disguises (also with 5 charges each) and a 11% experience boost. That's pretty useful if you haven't unlocked Draenor flying yet.

Players Get Some Nice Rewards For World of Warcraft's 11th Anniversary

Too bad they all have charges but since these are bind-on-account, you can always create or log into alts for more items.

The anniversary event runs from November 16 through November 30, so it's worth checking in for all these unexpected goodies.


Comments

    why would an xp boost be useful for unlocking draenor flying? lel

      I think they mean to speed up leveling because it's stupid fast with flying, even with out flying though if you use the xp flasks from your garrison it's already stupid fast lol.

      Because it gives a rep buff as well, primary part of the meta achievment being getting revered with 4 different factions.

      Last edited 17/11/15 4:59 pm

    I can see it now everyone on my server is going to be transmogged like Edwin lol.

    Good to see millions of life hours being rewarded...

    I was hoping that stupid Thunderfury joke was dead... but they had to bring it back.

      Makes people with the real Thunderfury feel cheap.
      I know I worked hard for mine.

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