"but only one (well, two) can perch on your shoulder!"As of 8.3 Peninha will also sit on your shoulder, good for all those gnome or goblin pirates! :)
Love this little guide c:
This is really cool, thanks.
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Brilliant! What a great guide on how to be a pirate - they're for life, not just for pirate day 😁 I loved the little transmog sets for each armor type.
I never really understood that pirate obsession in wow. Even worse, entire rogue's order hall and the idea for rogue in legion (before and after too :-/ ) being based on pirates is just awful (again order hall had terrible design and practical aspect: ropes, flags, barrels, fishing nets and what not were more obstacles than anything else).
That's how hard everybody should go on 1-day events
This is an awesome guide! Thank you!
Lol, more work went into this article than I thought was possible! Good stuff!
This is a great guide! Whenever I thought I had reached the end, it kept going- for all your pirate needs!
A lovely guide! Would love to see more of those.
I will forever be salty that the blue parrot mount didn’t make it into the game.
Okay so...I read this entire guide top to bottom, and now I'mma go be a pirate. Thank you for the motivation and inspiration!
This is the type of content I come here for.
Ahoy!This is a really cool guide, thanks and congrats! I'm getting a grog to celebrate! Arrr!
This should be transformed into a standard guide so I can bookmark it inside Wowhead :)
Tocha do Calvino is also a good option for classes that can't dual-wield. There's also quite a few steins, like Caneco de Qualidade do Vidente that might feel more pirate-y than the ornate Tankard O' Terror.