Squids are tentacled, water-dwelling creatures found in the seas of Azeroth.
There are also helsquids.
- Ammonites: Ammonites are an extinct type of shelled squid.
- Giant squids/Kraken: The tuskarr of Northrend hunt the giant squid. These gigantic squid are servants of Neptulon the Tidehunter and normally dwell in the Abyssal Maw and not on Azeroth. The largest squid ever encountered is Ozumat, one of two types of kraken in the Warcraft universe.
- Helsquids are found in the waters of Helheim and Tideskorn Harbor in Stormheim.
As a mount
- is a possible reward from .
- is fished up from fel pools on Argus.
As a companion pet
- drops from Soulthirster in Helheim.
- is sold by Draemus in Dalaran for 50 Pet Charms.
- is sold by Laura Malley in Dalaran for 250.
- has a chance to drop from .
In the RPG
These free-swimming mollusks are fairly aggressive. They are more feared than sharks in some locales. A squid can emit a cloud of jet-black ink ten feet high by ten feet wide by ten feet long once per minute. The cloud provides total concealment, which the squid normally uses to escape a losing fight. All vision within the cloud is obscured. A squid can jet backward at great speed in a straight line.
Northrend and the Eye of the Maelstrom are home to giant squid. These voracious creatures can have bodies more than 20 feet long and attack almost anything they meet. An opponent can attack a giant squid’s tentacles with a sunder attempt as if they were weapons. If a giant squid is currently grappling a target with the tentacle that is being attacked, it usually uses another limb to make its attack of opportunity against the opponent making the sunder attempt. Severing one of a giant squid’s tentacles deals damage to the creature. A giant squid usually withdraws from combat if it loses five tentacles. The creature can regrow severed limbs within several days. They in turn are hunted by cachalot whales.
Due to their similar appearances, squids may be related to merciless ones.