Shadowlands patch 9.1.5 expanded the popular Soulshapes feature for members of the Night Fae Covenant by adding a new type called Crittershape, allowing you to roam a rested area as a squirrel, cat, or any of the other various small soulshapes we've seen NPCs in (I am particularly fond of the Saurid Crittershape myself).
Now, to be fair, as the Wowhead article points out, Pilgrim's Bounty only gives a slight buff to your overall reputation gains, but every little bit counts.
Because I'm traveling at the end of the week, this year's Thanksgiving "feast" at my house will be frozen pizza and beer and whatever looks good when I'm wandering the aisles at the grocery.
Today in the United States, it's Thanksgiving -- a holiday that, for many, means tolerating family with questionable opinions and drinking lots of mimosas.
Pilgrim's Bounty, a Thanksgiving analog, is live in World of Warcraft, and it got me thinking about holidays in Blizzard's game.
Pilgrim's Bounty has begun in World of Warcraft and will run through the morning of Monday, November 27.
In World of Warcraft it's time for Pilgrim's Bounty and in the outside world — at least in the United States (with apologies to our Canadian friends) — it's Thanksgiving.
My fellow Rogues, It's that time of year again.