Heavy Murloc Egg

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Grunty the Murloc Marine is a companion that was given out to attendees of BlizzCon 2009, purchasers of the DirecTV pay-per-view of the event, and purchasers of the internet streamed video of the event.[1][2] Grunty is a baby murloc with Terran Marine armor and a gauss rifle that will occasionally fire around at perceived enemies.[3][1]

Source

Grunty will be delivered by in-game mail to every character on a player's battle.net account that has been attached to a Grunty code, much like collector's edition companions. If you merged your World of Warcraft account with your battle.net account after purchasing the stream, you will not get the pet.

Accompanying letter

The letter delivered with Grunty is from Master Handler Sylvester:

Blizzcon 2009

Thank you for your attending BlizzCon 2009! As a special gift of appreciation, we would like to present you with this small, heavily-armed friend. May he lead you to new adventures across the face of Azeroth and beyond!

Previously, the letter's subject was 'Special Delivery'.

Pet Journal

Only the rarest of murlocs is able to successfully cross dimensional barriers. Fewer still return with the kind of advanced armor and weaponry possessed by Grunty.

Battles

humanoid Humanoid: Recovers 4% of their maximum health if they dealt damage this round.
+50% damage from Undead -33% damage from Critter
Level 1 Level 2 Level 4
[Gauss Rifle] [Stimpack] [Launch]
▲▼ ▲▼ ▲▼
[U-238 Rounds] [Shield Block] [Lock-On]
Level 10 Level 15 Level 20

Notes and trivia

Grunty Murky in Heroes of the Storm.
Grunty Hero for Blizzard DOTA.

Videos

Patch changes

References

  1. ^ a b BlizzCon, BlizzCon 2009 Exclusive Pet 05/11/09
  2. ^ Blue post: 2. Re: Live streaming | 2009-05-11 22:49 by Nethaera
  3. ^ World of Warcraft Community Site, BlizzCon 2009 Exclusive Pet, Posted by: Frost| 5-11-09
  4. ^ Blizzard staff. 2009-05-31. Failoc-alpse. Blizzard Entertainment. Accessed 2009-05-31.
  5. ^ http://www.wowhead.com/news=225727/pop-culture-item-references-video-games-movies-and-tv

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