(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Easter has come and gone, but not for World of Warcraft players; Blizzard has announced the feast of Noblegarden, a way of bringing “communities together to share the joy of life and friendship.”
“The great feast of Noblegarden has long been celebrated by the races of the Alliance and recently adopted by those of the Horde. During this joyous event, it is customary for the nobles and lords from each race to hide coins, candy, and the occasional treasures within special eggs painted to look like wildflowers. These eggs are then scattered around major cities for the citizenry to find,” says a post on Battle.net.
WoW’s Easter event gives players the chance to roam around towns through Azeroth searching for decorated eggs, special items, and even the chance to collect seasonal mounts and pets.
Players can partake in various activities, such as daily quests and egg hunts, during this weeklong event all while dressing in unique clothing found in brightly colored eggs or Noblegarden merchants and vendors.
Noblegarden started on Easter Sunday and will last until April 28th.
For more information visit Battle.net.