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- Cenarion Hatchling
- Binds when picked up
- Use: Teaches you how to summon this companion.
With the See You Later Bundle on December 20, 2019, this pet was available at a discounted price with other items. As of January 19, 2019, the pet is no longer available for purchase, and it has entered hibernation in the Blizzard Archive.
Not yet the fearsome creatures they grow to in adulthood, the Cenarion hatchlings have an almost harmless appearance that has caught novice trainers of the Cenarion Circle off guard.
Restore balance to nature with the Cenarion Hatchling by your side.
Tree-huggingly huggable - The druids of the Cenarion Circle regard hippogryphs as valued allies in their ongoing quest to restore order and balance to the natural world. Now is your chance to tend to a hippogryph hatchling of your very own.
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Players are mailed this pet by Keeper Remulos:
It is my hope to express the gratitude of the Cenarion Circle for your assistance in rebuilding the shattered world through this gift.
May this loyal and lovable hatchling prove a fine friend on all your future journeys.
- Until July 31, 2011, Blizzard donated 100% of all sales from this companion to the American Red Cross's Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami relief efforts. Over $1.7 million dollars was raised.
- Available only to players on realms located in North America, Europe, and Korea.
- Players who purchase it receive a code similar to that of the loot cards. When you enter the code in your account all characters are mailed a copy of this pet, as well as any future characters you create.
- It is identical to the .
- ^ a b Cenarion Hatchling for Japan Earthquake Relief. Blizzard Entertainment (2011-05-02).
- ^ Save Big on Pets, Mounts, Helms, and More During Our Holiday Sale. Blizzard Entertainment (2018-12-20). Retrieved on 2018-12-21.
- ^ Cenarion Hatchling Raises More Than $1.9 Million for Japan Earthquake Relief. Blizzard Entertainment (2011-08-03).