Dragonflight’s first Noblegarden is live in WoW through April 17, and while the holiday is mostly unchanged it brings an egg-citing cosmetic toy specifically for your dragonriding mount: A Drake’s Big Basket of Eggs.
Should the Venthyr have all the fun? These are the major Azerothian holidays that the other Covenants should celebrate!
There is a great imbalance in the Shadowlands -- a single Covenant monopolizes this entire system, leaving nothing for the other three.
Noblegarden starts this Sunday, alongside the actual Easter holiday out in the real world.
Next week is Noblegarden -- from April 22 to April 29, you will be encouraged to hunt for Brightly Colored Eggs in various starting zones throughout Azeroth, in hopes of acquiring Noblegarden Chocolate to buy various holiday items like a bunny and a big bird mount.
The other day, I was out and about collecting Coins of Ancestry from Elders for the new dragon pieces.
Noblegarden is in full swing, although there's nothing new in the way of rewards.
Noblegarden inexplicably started on a Monday this week, after the real life event had already happened, so you'll be forgiven if you haven't dug into it yet this year.
Though Easter has already passed, the Noblegarden world event is in full swing in Azeroth through April 4th.
With new Noblegarden eggs, it’s now possible to have your very own Noblegarden Egg Hunt at home in your garrison! Here's how to do it.
I can heard someone accusing me of hating fun even as I type this, and its true. I hate fun. From my black basalt throne, I drink a goblet of pain and despair and my ebon wings unfold, blotting out the sun as I plot the destruction of fun. That's why I play video games, my ceaseless and unabated hatred of fun.