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The in-game rewards for attending BlizzCon or purchasing a Virtual Ticket have been finalized and revealed today over on the BlizzCon site. You can look forward to Murkidan in World of Warcraft, the Nexus Battle Beast mount in Heroes of the Storm, an all-new Hearthstone card back, StarCraft portraits, and a pennant/pet/portrait trio in Diablo!

 

Here is the complete collection:

 

Blizzard Icon BlizzCon 2015 In-Game Goodies Round-Up

 

Heading to BlizzCon 2015 or planning to watch online with the Virtual Ticket? Take a gander at the collection of epic in-game goodies you’ll get when you join us for the convention in person or at home.

 

World of Warcraft – Murkidan Pet

 

After consuming the shin bone of Gul'dan, this fiesty demon hunter was caged for 10,000 years by his brother Murkfurion. Now he’s ready to unleash his finfernal rage in pet battles across Azeroth!

 

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Heroes of the Storm – Nexus Battle Beast Mount

 

Teams will tremble and Cores will crumble when you storm into combat astride the mighty Nexus Battle Beast!

 

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Hearthstone – Blizzard 2015 Card Back

 

Hearthstone on phones, Tavern Brawls, Blackrock Mountain, The Grand Tournament, and more—a very cool year, indeed.

 

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StarCraft II –  Portraits

 

Show off your status as a galactic BlizzConquerer with a pair of Legacy of the Void–themed portraits invoking the mysteries of the Xel’Naga and the power of the Spear of Adun.

 

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Diablo III – BlizzCon Pennant,  Pet, and  Portrait

 

A trio of treasures awaits! Fly the colors of the BlizzCon crusade with an all-new pennant, andmrglgllglgll the demonic hordes with your Murkgoblin pet and portrait.*

 

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This year’s epic collection of in-game goodies will be available to everyone who purchased a BlizzCon Virtual Ticket or who’s attending the show in person (just redeem the Digital Bonuses code you received when you purchased your tickets), and will be unlocked for use after BlizzCon begins. Head to the BlizzCon Virtual Ticket page to order or learn more!

 

*Windows/Mac version only

 

Will these rewards tip you over into purchasing a Virtual Ticket if you haven't already? Any rewards you're particularly excited for?

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I could live without most of the things here, not even that hyped for illidan themed murloc pet. HOWEVER, I NEEEEED the murloc diablo portrait and pet. I just....... I need it to go bafljdrjoaweirheoawuirbeowaurwaburaaaaaaaaaa. 

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