World of Warcraft’s Noblegarden event is here

You've got until April 12 to hunt down some eggs and pick up some costumes and mounts

Two WoW characters dressed up for Noblegarden

Easter may have come and gone in the real world, but it’s only getting started in World of Warcraft. If you log into Blizzard’s long-running MMORPG you’ll find that the Noblegarden event – as of yesterday (April 5) – has kicked off.

The event is hanging around until April 12, and comes with heaps of event-appropriate cosmetics and quests. You’ve got daily quests such as the Great Egg Hunt which rewards you with in-game money, a small amount of experience, and a “Blossoming Branch in exchange for brightly coloured shell fragments gathered during your travels”. You can also mull around Azure Watch, Dolanaar, Goldshire, Kharanos, Brill, Razor Hill, Bloodhoof Village, Falconwing Square, or Shattrath City for hidden eggs. You can get them more quickly if you purchase an egg basket from the Noblegarden merchant, by the by.

But what do you do with all these egg-cellent treats? Fun toys, costumes, and mounts mainly. Brightly coloured eggs often contain chocolate you can eat or use to purchase said goodies. Alongside the candy, eggs may also dish out a special item or two.

If you want to join in, you won’t have to search far – simply head to locations mentioned above. If you’d like to find out more, you can catch the full post on World of Warcraft’s website.

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There’s plenty of non-chocolate related fun going on, too. WoW Classic’s Burning Crusade expansion is currently in beta testing, while World of Warcraft: Shadowlands’ Chains of Domination update is set to hit the PTR this month.