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Gold.raiditem: How to Get Free Gifts in World of Warcraft's Winter Veil Event

  • 2017-12-27 18:51:41
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World of Warcraft's Winter Veil 2017 live now. And from the official announcement, we can know players can get free gifts in the Winter Veil event.


There's an event going on right now in-game that features holiday items and other fun things to collect as you play, part of an annual tradition where you collect gifts from Greatfather Winter in Orgrimmar or Ironforge depending on your alliances. BTW, the hot sale WOW US Gold also available at gold.raiditem.

If you've been playing World of Warcraft during the Winter Veil before, you probably know what to expect, but if not, you can find the great Winter Veil tree in Orgrimmar or Ironforge and collect a number of gifts!

You should be able to pick up a total of six gifts in all, the Carefully Wrapped Present, the Gently Shaken Gift, a Festive Gift, a Winter Veil Gift, a Gaily Wrapped Present, and a Ticking Present. Each has its own special content, with the most important probably being the Gently Shaken Gift and the Winter Veil Gift.

The Gently Shaken Gift gives you a Hearthstation, a toy that causes your character to appear to play Hearthstone, and the Toy Weapon Set, which gives your character toy weapons. If you're in Alliance, that's a wooden sword and shield (with the Alliance logo on the shield), and if you're in Horde, that's a wooden axe and shield (with the Horde logo on the shield). There's also some eggnog and woolen socks in the gifts too, and previous years presents can be found through toy vendors around Azeroth.

Blizzard announced these gifts are available until January 1, and aren't account limited thus you can get them on every character you have once! Besides that, you can buy WOW Gold US with more discounts at gold.raiditem. And the hot sale eso items also available here. Anyway, hope you can enjoy game time during your Christmas holiday!