World of Warcraft needs you to babysit again

    
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Oh great, you’re here. We’ll be out late, at least until 11, so make sure that the kids are in bed by 7:30 with a glass of water and a bedtime story. No juice for Jimmy and no Frozen karaoke for Jamie. If you need us, we’ve left emergency contact numbers on the fridge. And you’re still charging $4 an hour, right? Good. See you later.

Face it, babysitting is in your blood, which is why you’re going to be logging into World of Warcraft for the current Children’s Week event. Through May 7th, players can take little tykes on tours through war zones — but it’s OK, they’re orphans. No permission slips needed for potentially life-threatening excursions.

Aside from achievements, rewards for the event include 10 different adorable pets. They’re actually some of the most personable critters in the game, so expect to see a lot of babysitting happening this week.

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Madtexican

Sitting on babies is always a good time!

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camren_rooke

Child endangerment is NOT a thing in Azeroth.

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camren_rooke

My name is Olaf, Olaf Dwarfgutter, and I like warm hugs.

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Zora

For some reason when I read the title I expected an article about blizzard adding (more?) incentives to queue for dungeons so that ungrateful strangers of questionable mental health could get their loot despite their complete lack of social grace.

Which would probably be preferable compared to endure children’s week -again- but, yeah… :P