You don't need to purchase/acquire crates at all. If you're looking to catch a new pet, you'll learn a spell to do that when your first battle pet reaches level 3. If you're looking to cage one of your existing pets, you just right-click on it in your pet list. If it's a valid target for being caged, you'll have the option available.
I am really excited for MoP, I can't wait to lvl to 90, try the new dailies, get to know the new factions, dungeons, scenarios, etc. However, am I the only one who is not one iota excited about either monks or pandaren? I don't feel like monks offer anything exciting or new to the game, and pandaren are cute, but I cannot bring myself to roll one. Is there something about either of those that I am missing?
I'm sure you're not alone. Sometimes things just don't click with certain people and there's no problem with that. Personally, I'm not planning on playing a monk, either. While most of the WoW Insider staff found monks fun in beta, it simply didn't appeal to me. It's not a problem. There's plenty of other content to experience.
I am thinking of having a go at getting tickets for next years Blizzcon. Any UK readers fancy posting a little bit about their experiences of getting there from over here?
Being in the US, I have no comment on this. I'm only including it to give it exposure.
Why is there no notice on your site about the Darkmoon Fair this time?
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