Noblegarden Tomorrow!

Do not forget that tomorrow is Noblegarden. This is a 24 hour-only holiday that is not announced by barkers in any of the cities, so it can be very easy to miss.

From the World of Warcraft website:

TuxThe great feast of Noblegarden has long been celebrated by the races of the Alliance and recently adopted by those of the Horde. On this joyous day, 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 the major cities for the citizenry to find. From heroes to commoners, and everyone in between – the feast of Noblegarden is meant to bring communities together to share the joy of life and friendship.

Not a lot happens on this holiday besides the eggs. Brightly Colored Eggs in pinks, greens, and blues are scattered through starter zones (Durotar, Mulgore, Tirisfal, Elwynn Forest, Teldrassil, and Dun Morogh). You can pick up eggs in any of the starter zones regardless of your faction or level.


Competition for eggs can be cut throat. You’re lucky if you can find one every few minutes. In the past, I have had the best luck finding eggs in Teldrassil while running a loop around Lake Al’Ameth and in Mulgore around the tree lines and tree clusters. Eggs spawn in the same places and take about 5-20 minutes to do so.

DressBrightly Colored Eggs contain a few copper, some petty candy (restores 61 health over 30 seconds and give a well-fed buff of 2 stamina and spirit), and have a small (less than 1%) chance of containing Black Tuxedo Pants, a White Tuexdo Shirt, or the highly coveted Elegant Dress (adored for its pinkness). The clothes never become soulbound, even when worn, and can be found on the auction house, for sale in the trade channel, or from clueless low level players in starter zones who think 10g is a lot of money.

Every year I try to stockpile a collection of pretty pink Elegant Dresses. They make wonderful surprise gifts, bank alt outfits, city traveling attire, or quick gold off the Auction House a few months later. Remember: you can never have enough pink dresses. Never.

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