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Small Red Rocket

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  • Small Red Rocket
  • Use: Throw into a firework launcher!
  • Sell Price: 6c

The Small Red Rocket is a type of firework associated with, but not exclusive to, the Lunar Festival event.

A  [Firework Launcher] is required to use a Small Red Rocket. (see Notes section)

Source

This item is crafted with Engineering (125); taught by  [Schematic: Small Red Rocket].

Materials required:
Inv misc dust 02.png 1x [Coarse Blasting Powder] Inv misc leatherscrap 05.png 1x [Medium Leather]

This item can also be purchased for 25c from Lunar Festival Vendor <Lunar Festival Vendors> in capital cities.

Small Red Rockets are contained in the [Lunar Festival Fireworks Pack] which can be purchased for 5 Coin of Ancestry from Valadar Starsong in Moonglade during the Lunar Festival.

Object of

N [85] Lunar Fireworks requires that you launch eight Lunar Fireworks (color and size not specified) and two Cluster Fireworks (color and size not specified). Small Red Rockets are a Lunar Firework.

Notes

Unlike many fireworks in WoW, Lunar Festival Rockets (Large and Small, any color) require the presence of a Firework Launcher object on the ground in order to use the firework. These are widely available during the Lunar Festival only; near Lunar Festival revelers in cities and in Moonglade, and at other odd locations (there's some at the fishing dock in Orgrimmar). Firework Launchers are available year-round at the party at Saltheril's Haven in Eversong Woods. You can also spawn your own Firework Launcher for 30 minutes by using a [Firework Launcher], made by an engineer from schematics purchased from Valadar Starsong in Moonglade during the Lunar Festival. The schematics cost 5 Coin of Ancestry. The Firework Launcher item does not bind; it has only one charge and is used, not equipped, so it is Consume on Use.

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