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BlizzCon 2015 Digital Rewards Revealed

Blizzard just revealed the set of epic in-game goodies that both physical attendees and virtual ticket holders for BlizzCon 2015 will receive.


World of Warcraft Murkidan

Every World of Warcraft fan will be jealous of your Murkidan pet

World of Warcraft – Murkidan Pet

  • After consuming the shin bone of Gul’dan, this fiesty demon hunter was caged for 10,000 years by his brother Murkfurion. Now he’s ready to unleash his finfernal rage in pet battles across Azeroth!

Heroes of the Storm – Nexus Battle Beast Mount

  • Teams will tremble and Cores will crumble when you storm into combat astride the mighty Nexus Battle Beast!

Hearthstone – Blizzard 2015 Card Back

  • Hearthstone on phones, Tavern Brawls, Blackrock Mountain, The Grand Tournament, and more—a very cool year, indeed.

StarCraft II – Portraits

  • Show off your status as a galactic BlizzConquerer with a pair of Legacy of the Void–themed portraits invoking the mysteries of the Xel’Naga and the power of the Spear of Adun.

Diablo III – BlizzCon Pennant, Pet, and Portrait

  • A trio of treasures awaits! Fly the colors of the BlizzCon crusade with an all-new pennant, and mrglgllglgll the demonic hordes with your Murkgoblin pet and portrait.

Similar to previous years, there’s definitely a Murloc theme to the BlizzCon accompanying items. The Diablo III Murkgoblin pet and portrait are sure to make your skin crawl while the World of Warcraft Murkidan pet is clearly the show stealer.

Be sure to let us know what you think of the BlizzCon rewards for this year. Are the better than last year’s rewards or is the Murloc theme starting to get stale?

Source: Blizzard

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About Nick Shively

Nick is an eSports and RPG enthusiast. He can normally be found in the deepest parts of a dungeon or in the arena slaying opponents. Nick has been a gamer since an early age and involved in the industry since 2011. He obtained a degree in journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in 2015.