Seen in Shattrath City

Lil' Phylactery is available from the shop or the In-Game Store for $10 or €10. It was released on November 4, 2009 with the  [Pandaren Monk].

Pet Journal

From the Pet Store

In life, Kel'Thuzad betrayed the Kirin Tor and created the Cult of the Damned. In death, he serves the Scourge as the Archlich Lord of Naxxramas.

In-Game Store

Chill your enemies and chortle with glee with Lil' K.T. by your side.

Blizzard Shop

Obey the call of tiny Kel'Thuzad - Give the gift of diminutive undead companionship with Lil’ K.T., the mini-lich. What Lil’ K.T. lacks in size, he more than makes up for in sheer malicious intensity. Watch with misplaced pride as he randomly freezes critters and laughs maniacally at your vanquished PvP foes.


undead Undead: Returns to life immortal for one round when killed, but deals 25% less damage.
+50% damage from Critter -33% damage from Dragonkin
Level 1 Level 2 Level 4
[Shadow Slash] [Siphon Life] [Frost Nova]
▲▼ ▲▼ ▲▼
[Howling Blast] [Death and Decay] [Curse of Doom]
Level 10 Level 15 Level 20


Players are mailed this pet by Kel'Thuzad himself:

Lil' K.T.

I'm Kel'thuzad, Lich Lord of the Plaguelands.

You may have seen me in such instances as Naxxramas, Old Hillsbrad Foothills, and... Naxxramas again.

As a member of the K.T. Fan Club, now you too can have a little piece of everyone's favorite archlich.


Notes and trivia

  • 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.
  • Available only to players on realms located in North America, Europe, and Korea.
  • Freezes critters and laughs maniacally at your vanquished PvP foes. The freezing of critters seems to be a somewhat random occurrence and requires some patience to witness it.
  • Yes, he will kill Mr. Bigglesworth, despite the irony of the situation.

Patch changes

  • Wrath of the Lich King Patch 3.2.2 (2009-09-22): Added.
    Activated on November 4, 2009.

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