Until recently, the only penguin pet you could get in World of Warcraft was Pengu. Now you can also get Mr Chilly, but that’s another story. When Pengu was first created, he had red eyes, but that changed with the latest patch, where people would receive his twin, Mr Chilly, in their mailbox, just for merging their World of Warcraft account with an account. from BattleNet. The two penguins are now almost identical, both with large blue eyes.

If you want to include Pengu in your collection of companion pets, you can buy him from a vendor in Northrend. Yes, that means you have to have the Wrath of the Lich King expansion, but that’s not all. As you know, you can only buy from suppliers that are at least neutral towards you. The vendor selling Pengu is even more demanding. He wants you to have an exalted reputation with his people before he allows you to take responsibility for any of his pets.

Have you ever encountered walrus-like humanoids in Northrend? This is the Kalu’ak people. They are very friendly people, who love to fish, and who take care of animals like turtles (they use them as mounts), penguins, and worgen pubs. To gain exalted reputation with the Kalu’ak, you can do a series of quests, which will take at least 26 days to complete. Some quests in Borean Tundra, Howling Fjord and Dragonblight lead to daily quests, you can do all three locations.

Once you’re exalted with the Kalu’ak, you can not only get the cute Pengu, but also an epic fishing rod, which is one of the two best in the game. Pengu can be purchased for just under 10 gold from vendors Sairuk and Tanaika. You will receive a nurtured penguin egg, which is tied up when you pick it up. In other words, you cannot sell this pet on the Auction House.

Pengu will follow you like any other pet, and if you click on it, it will make a small chirping noise. When you jump into the water, he will follow you and swim underwater on his belly. I’ve read that he made a slide, if you focused on it and typed /sexy, but he doesn’t do this animation anymore.

Is it worth 26 days of searching to get this companion? Well, if you’re a true pet collector, then yes. And you should also keep in mind that each of the quests will reward you with gold, and having a good reputation with the Kalu’ak also allows you to buy interesting weapons, armor and recipes.

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