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Welcome back to The Queue, the daily Q&A column in which the WoW Insider team answers your questions about the World of Warcraft. Adam Holisky, senior editor at WoW Insider, will be your host today.

That video is in response to yesterday's Queue.

Also, it is relatively bad ass and is probably something none of us can do.

Cyrromatic asked:

What happened to Arthas's body? Can't imagine it laying in front of Bolvar forever.

Scourge ate it.

(In all honesty, we don't know. It's probably in a mausoleum someplace at the Icecrown Citadel.)

Gimp asked:

When you make a new toon you get pets in the mail, like the blizzcon and the collectors edidion pets.

I often make alts way before I start playing them, mainly to get the full rested bonus. On my last alt, I never did collect the pets from the mail and the mail disappeared after 30 days, is there any other way of getting them back?

Talk with a GM. That's the only way I've heard to get those types of mounts and noncombat pets back. Some of them might be BoA, as well, so if you make another character, you can transfer them the toon you want.

Mik3st3r asked:

I thought that MMO-Champion had found some coding indicating that heirloom pants would come in 4.2. Was this idea scrapped?

MMO-C found them via datamining, which means only that some of the values were in the game files. It doesn't mean that the pants will make it into the actual game. That's why you take datamining with a grain of salt; it's only a little better than reading tea leaves.

And no, before people get all cranky, I'm not saying MMO-C is a bad site or anything. Hell, I go there often. I am saying you should listen to the warning that everyone says about datamining and not assume just because you see it that it will become a reality.

Have questions about the World of Warcraft? The WoW Insider crew is here with The Queue, our daily Q&A column. Leave your questions in the comments, and we'll do our best to answer 'em!

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