Plush Wind Rider Cub and Gryphon Hatchling Pets Coming Soon

Blizzard has announced a new line of cute Plush pets are about to hit the Blizzard Store very soon: the Wind Rider Cub and the Gryphon Hatchling. Not only can you collect these to place on your job desk or at home, with the purchase you also get a code to redeem an equivalent in-game non-combat pet.

Blizzard is really loving the idea of plush pets since the release of the Murloc plush pet. Which plush pet would you love to see in the future for sale?

Blizzard Quote:
The Pet Store is about to go plush! Introducing the Wind Rider Cub and Gryphon Hatchling, the first in a new line of cuddly, crafty critters scheduled to arrive exclusively in the online Blizzard Store in the weeks ahead. Each plush companion will come with a code for a matching in-game, non-combat, account-bound pet to fly by your side in Azeroth. Both Horde and Alliance players will be able to adopt either pet once they hatch in the online Blizzard Store. Keep your eyes on the sky — and the official World of Warcraft website — for more information

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