Bearly There

While doing my Darkspear Revolutionary chain earlier, Navi tried to invite to group so I asked her “what’s up?” At first I thought she wanted to see me as a tauren again since I changed my race back yesterday but when she was invited to group, she was phased. However, a couple of minutes later I finished my quest and could see her so she cheered and opened trade with me.

The item she placed in the trade window was accompanied by: “I am not a jc or and engineer but I wanted to help!” Surely this was in relation to a comment I made on Arv‘s blog recently.

OMG! A Big Battle Bear which is one of the TCG mounts and totally unexpected to say the least.

Big-Battle-Bear
Big-Battle-Bear-Razor

Doesn’t he look great on my hunter? So much so I thought I was only fitting that I change my ground mount to this menacing looking bear although I was a little curious to see how he would look on a blood elf. Short of switching to my main, I did the next best thing.

BIg-Battle-Bear-orb

Thx so much Navi. :D

Author: Cymre

A disc priest and relic hunter who loves collecting achievements, silver dragon shots and pets. Other hobbies include transmog / costumes, novelty items, class sets as well as all things pets.

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  1. Definitely a tauren mount IMO! Your BE looks teeny tiny!

    Unless of course you bring that caveman outfit back :P

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    • Thx all. Nav if I get another cavewoman outfit, you’ll be the first to know but I think it would be better if I could ride bareback :P

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  2. Oh awesome! I’ve been playing the TCG for ages now but never once have I gotten close to a mount. I got a few Feldrake non-loots – imagine my surprise to see the name, and my horror to see a lack of a golden scratch strip! This has gotten me twice now :(
    This is one of the nicer mounts – I like the bears, but their armour sometimes puts me off.
    *pets Stompy*

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    • I never had any loot cards from mine either (except for my pet biscuits and path of flowers in the CEs).

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