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Hallow's End Pumpkin Treat

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The subject of this article or section is part of Hallow's End, a seasonal event that lasts two weeks. Once the event has run its course, this will no longer be available until next year, but there are no guarantees.

100
  • Hallow's End Pumpkin Treat
  • Binds when picked up
  • Duration: 14 days (real time)
  • Use: Enjoy a tasty Hallow's End treat! Better eat it quick before they go bad...
  • 1 Charge
  • Sell Price: 1s 75c

Source

Hallow's End Pumpkin Treats are rewarded from B [120 Daily] Stop the Fires!.

They are also sold in stacks of 5 from the following vendors:

Previous source

Removed from game The subject of this section has been removed from World of Warcraft.

This item is a quest reward from the following quests:

Effects

The Great Pumpkin prepares for his nightly ride.

The 4 possible forms when you eat this also have effects other than appearance:

  1. Great Pumpkin (”You feel larger… and oranger…") - can proc a chill/ slowing effect Stacks with other transformation buffs
  2. Skeletal Giant (”You look a bit thin…") - grants underwater breathing
  3. Pirate (”Yeargh…”) (riding a mount is allowed with this costume) - increases swim speed by 50%
  4. Ghost (”OoOoOoo…”) - grants levitation (slow fall/water walking); this costume cannot engage in combat

If you receive the Great Pumpkin effect while another effect is active, you will receive both benefits and looks at the same time. This is only confirmed for the Pirate effect currently.

Notes

  • Only the Pirate and Great Pumpkin effects will allow you to mount whil keeping the buff active.
  • Pre-Hallows End 2007, when you received the Skeletal buff you took the appearance of an skeletal warrior. As of now, you take the form of a normal skeleton.

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