As odd and as useless as such an add-on may seem to most hardcore players, there is a bit of code a player can download that will do exactly this.
The “Lil’ KT,” “Pandaren Monk,” “Gryphon Hatchling,” and “Wind Rider Cub” World of Warcraft companion vanity pets are not available by any in-game means. Instead, pet collectors must part with some real-world cash to add these rare companions to their collection.
Looking for that perfect companion for your hunter in WoW? This guide will help you pick out the best hunter pet, regardless of your spec!
Some of the most rare and prestigious pets in World of Warcraft are those available through feats of strength and to purchasers of the game’s various Collector’s Editions. Check out our full run down of these hard to obtain companion pets.
Not every pet requires a faction grind or even a purchase price, there are those available through simple luck of the draw. Check out all the WoW pets available as rare drops.
The fourth article in our guide to WoW vanity pets covers companions available through increasing reputation with various World of Warcraft Factions. Learn which pets are available from The Oracles, The Sha’tari Skyguard, The Sporeggar, and the Kalu’ak.
The third article in our series about World of Warcraft Companion pets, this guide covers pets that can be made by in-game engineers, as well as rare companions only available through the WoW Trading Card Game
Working your way towards those WoW pet collecting achievements? Our guide will show you where and how to get all the World of Warcraft pets available as quest rewards.
World of Warcraft pet collecting has become increasingly-popular since the addition of in-game achievements related to vanity pets. Our guide will help you get started by providing information on the most easily-acquired in-game pets.