Blizzcon 2010 Virtual Pet: Deathy!

If you’re headed to BlizzCon or you’ve purchased a virtual ticket, you probably already know that BlizzCon attendees get a special pet for coming to the show. Well, the special pet for this year has been announced, and here he is, in all of his adorable, destructive glory: Deathy, the Destroyer Murloc! (I prefer to call him Death-Murky, but whatever.)

From the Blizzcon official site:

“Death will rise from the tide!” Level 80 Elite Tauren Chieftain once warned — and at BlizzCon 2010, the band’s dire musical prophecy will finally come to pass. Everyone who attends this year’s BlizzCon or purchases the BlizzCon Virtual Ticket will receive an exclusive set of murlocalyptic in-game items for World of Warcraft and StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty. World of Warcraft players will be joined by Deathy, a murloc companion decked out as Deathwing and doing his best to strike fear into the hearts of Azeroth’s crustacean population. You’ll also be able to display your tidal pride in StarCraft II with a Murloc Marine character portrait and a pair of deep-sea decals to emblazon on your units, each with a different terran, protoss, and zerg design.

Even Starcraft II players get in on the action? Sheesh. If you managed to snag a ticket, congratulations! (We’re still waiting on Blizzard to tell us if we can go.) If you didn’t, and don’t think you’ll make it, virtual tickets are still on sale!

2 Comments so far

  1. Lee Olesky (leeolesky) on August 26th, 2010 @ 10:23 pm

    I am SO tempted to get the virtual ticket just to get this guy. I’m a fan of the little account-wide pets they offer, and I have a love of murlocs!

  2. Steve (unregistered) on September 9th, 2010 @ 7:17 pm

    That’s the coolest pet in WoW, I think. It’s got to be, right?

    BTW, I found a cool site for people looking for rooms for BlizzCon: They have some really good deals on vacation rentals in Anaheim. Plus, I read on their blog that they have a discount on those same vacation rentals in anticipation for Blizzcon!

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