Day Late and a Dollar Short, but Jubling Will be Mine
Kind of embarrassing. I seem to have run out of gas so close to the finish line. Less than two months left until Mists releases and I ran out of words. So lately I’ve been playing rather than writing about WoW, doing important things like fishing up Sea Ponies. Fortuitously, just as the Darkmoon Faire came to town I stumbled across a quest that’s more than likely been around for a long, long, time. It’s new to me so in case anyone else missed it too, Spawn of Jubjub, another companion pet to be had!
The reason I think the quest’s been around a long time is that it involves the use of Dark Iron Ale that can be purchased from Plugger Spazzring in the Grim Guzzler in Blackrock Depths and more than likely you’ll find it on your AH too.
I had read that you only need two Dark Iron Ales but in my case it took a few more. The quest giver is Morja. She’s standing in the area of the Darkmoon Faire where you do the First Aide quest on the injured carnies.
She has no quest for you when you arrive, you have to lure Jubjub close to her for the question mark to appear. I put an ale down hoping that would be enough but no, I had to go into the forest behind her and find him. Once you find him, lure him to her by placing your ales down and he’ll follow you. Once he’s close, she gives you the quest and you can trade her a Dark Iron Ale for an egg. I’m now the proud owner of an Unhatched Jubling Egg and in about six days I will have my own Jubling! Yay! I love the smell of free pets in the morning!
So if you haven’t done it yet, go there, do that, and it will be yours too!
There are blogs that I follow but rarely comment on because I’m so starstruck I lose me words. Need More Rage is one of them and everyone knows Ratshag is such a master of words I become tongue-tied at the thought of speaking to the master. It’s always a little sad when someone you enjoy moves on. I always expect them to be there writing for ME ME ME but honestly, that’s very selfish of me.
So I was delighted when I caught a glimpse of Ratshag in retirement. It cheered me up, so if you miss him too it might help to know he’s having a fine time
chilling … um … ambering and looks all set to have a lovely romantic pinic. Don’t know what his plans are for that little crocolisk, maybe Croc au vin for lunch?