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Do World Of Warcraft's Moonkin Babies Make You Feel Charitable?

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The first World of Warcraft charity pet brought in $1.1 million for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and it was nowhere near this cute. How much do you figure these adorable little Moonkin Hatchlings will make?

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The Pandaren Monk was nice, but I wouldn't have gone out of my way to purchase one if not for the whole charity angle. These little guys, first mentioned during the opening ceremonies at BlizzCon 2010, are completely irresistible, even if they smell like Druid.

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The Moonkin Hatchlings come in two flavors, Horde and Alliance, and will be hitting the Pet Store section of Blizzard's online store later this month. Pricing and which specific charity their sales will benefit are forthcoming.

And if you aren't feeling particularly charitable, there's always Lil' Ragnaros wielding the biggest lil' hammer you ever did see.

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Illustration for article titled Do World Of Warcrafts Moonkin Babies Make You Feel Charitable?
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Illustration for article titled Do World Of Warcrafts Moonkin Babies Make You Feel Charitable?

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TheRealDoshu
TheRealDoshu

Hey, if it's for charity i'm down with that. Just one question (since i'm not a wow player).

If i get this correctly, these hideous little.. things.. follow you around and do what?

Are they just decoration or do they serve some offensive/defensive purpose?