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wow Tavern Crawl Micro-Holiday

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Tavern Crawl is a micro-holiday that's scheduled for January 31 and July 31. To participate, find Tipsi Wobblerune outside your faction's inn in Dalaran. She will take you to various inns across Azeroth and give you a warning whenever she is about to leave.

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There are many inns and Tipsi will teleport you to different inns every few minutes, just pay close attention to the chat. The first inn I got teleported to was in Moonglade.

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Every inn is full of dancing NPCs known as Tavern Enthusiasts. There are many drinks tied to different inns that have a visual effect when you drink them. You will be entangled by roots when you drink Entangling RootbeerEntangling Rootbeer. There are also drinks and food like Imported Glacial Salmon and eating for 10 seconds will provide a +300 stat boost to secondary stats (Versatility, Haste).

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Once ready, you can talk to Tipsi again as she will be ready to teleport you to a different inn.

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The inn in Pandaria had a S.E.L.F.I.E. CameraS.E.L.F.I.E. Camera that lasts for one day. If you find a Discarded Package and click it, you will be given a hat appearance for 4 hours Tavern FineryTavern Finery. There are many variations you can get.

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You will pay good old Wrathion a visit! The Veiled Stair inn has a drink Blackout KickBlackout Kick that will turn your screen black.

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World's End Tavern in Shattrath City (Outland).

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Drinking Sargeras SangriaSargeras Sangria will transform you into an imp for a few seconds.

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Drinking Wiley's Wicked AleWiley's Wicked Ale in Ratchet's Broken Keel Tavern turns you spectral red.

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The Hozen pool party in the Veiled Stair.

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Don't forget to pick up a S.E.L.F.I.E. CameraS.E.L.F.I.E. Camera and make selfies! This was taken in Salty Sailor's Tavern in Booty Bay.

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