Purple Ribboned Wrapping Paper
Purple Ribboned Wrapping Paper is a Wrapping Paper item, used to wrap up a item to give it to another person as a present.
During the Feast of Winter Veil, this item can be purchased for 10 from:
- Wolgren Jinglepocket <Smokywood Pastures> in the Exodar
- Wulmort Jinglepocket <Smokywood Pastures> in Ironforge
- Penney Copperpinch <Smokywood Pastures> in Orgrimmar
- Eebee Jinglepocket <Smokywood Pastures> in Shattrath City
- Hotoppik Copperpinch <Smokywood Pastures> in Silvermoon City
- Khole Jinglepocket <Smokywood Pastures> in Stormwind City
- Seersa Copperpinch <Smokywood Pastures> in Thunder Bluff
- Nardstrum Copperpinch <Smokywood Pastures> in Undercity
Using a Purple Ribboned Wrapping Paper (Feast of Winter Veil) to wrap an item creates a Wrapped Gift Package container item which can be mailed or given to others.
|Wrapped Gift Package|
|Purple Ribboned Wrapping Paper||(Feast of Winter Veil)||10||white||blue||purple||Purple Ribboned Holiday Gift|
- Only one item can be wrapped by each sheet of Wrapping Paper.
- The item to be wrapped must be non-stackable.
- One item of a stackable item cannot be wrapped.
- If an item can never be stacked, it can be wrapped.
- The item to be wrapped must be non-soulbound (nor any other status that causes the item to be non-transferable).
- This is because Wrapping Paper is not intended to provide a loophole in transferability.
- The wrapped gift cannot be auctioned; no lootable item can be auctioned.
- Until the wrapped item is opened, the original wrapped item is concealed.
- The inventory icon for the wrapped item is a wrapped package in one of six color combinations.
- The holder of the gift package can open the package without looting it to look inside at the original item.
- Turn autoloot off, or hold down the shift key if autoloot is on.
- There is no way to tell what is inside without looking.
The existing Wrapping Papers in WoW all stack 10 high before use. The created gift packages do not stack. Only Wrapping Paper of the same type will stack.
A common scam was to wrap up a worthless item and COD it to a player, hoping that they would accept and send back a large amount of gold for a poor quality item. This was fixed in a patch so players cannot mail wrapped items anymore.  However, scammers now just send the wrapping paper itself now.
- Patch 1.2.0 (2004-12-18): Added.