World Of Warcraft’s Love Is In The Air Festival Is Now Live In Battle For Azeroth

World Of Warcraft’s Love Is In The Air Festival Is Now Live In Battle For Azeroth
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There are so many holidays in modern World of Warcraft that you might be hard-pressed to find a lengthy stretch of time without something to celebrate. Many of these are influenced by real-world equivalents, such as the Christmas-themed Winter’s Veil, the Halloween-themed Hallow’s End, or the Thanksgiving-themed Pilgrim’s Bounty. This month, to celebrate Valentine’s Day, World of Warcraft is once again celebrating the Love is in the Air Festival.

As it’s inspired by Valentine’s Day, there’s plenty of romance-inspired activities to do while you celebrate.  For the most part, completing these will award you with gold, experience, and Love Tokens, the latter of which can be used to purchase holiday-exclusive goodies.

If you can manage to get 270 Love Tokens, you can trade them all in for the holiday-exclusive Lovebird mount, a pink Valentine-themed mount similar to the Blood Elf Hawkstrider. Other than that, there are numerous toys, cosmetics, and consumables that you can get your hands on! There’s also a mount with an extremely rare drop chance that you might get lucky enough to find, if you can brave Shadowfang Keep. When we say extremely rare, we’re talking a 1/3,333 chance, or a %0.03 chance, so good luck!

You’ll also find a quest chain to help track down a couple mischevious goblins that have been taking advantage of the holiday to spritz guards with a mind-altering perfume. Each leg of this quest has a variety of awards, and if you’re doing it along with the dailies and other activities, you’re bound to stack up on Love Tokens quickly. You might even get enough to grab an heirloom upgrade scabbard for 450 tokens, assuming you don’t want any of the other rewards.

Do keep in mind that this event, however, is currently only live in the “modern” version of World of Warcraft, Battle for Azeroth. The event isn’t live in World of Warcraft: Classic, but it will be in a few days! The awards between the two are drastically different, of course, due to the lack of transmogs, flying, and the extremely limited number of toys that are in Classic compared to Battle for Azeroth.

Classic’s Love is in the Air festival will be beginning on the eleventh, so you won’t have to wait long to spread a bit of love and romance if you’d prefer the Classic experience. In the meantime, Battle for Azeroth’s Love is in the Air festival will be running up until the 21st of February, so you have plenty of time to grab your holiday-exclusive rewards!