Children’s Week

Children’s Week this year runs from May 2nd through May 9th. For a complete overview of this year’s event check out WoWHead.com’s guide.

The following information pertains to the Iron Man Challenge. For information on all other challenge varients please see below.

New for 2019: This year orphan quest lines have been added in for Battle for Azeroth. You will need to be level 110 to start these quests. Four new pets have been added as well. Upon completion of the Battle for Azeroth orphan quest lines, you’ll get to choose from Scaley, Mr. Crabs, Beakbert, Froglet, or a Pet Care Package.

Quests: Children’s Week is a quest-heavy event. All of the event’s quests are allowed but as always proceed with caution and use your better judgment. Using world portals to help you get around to fulfill your orphan’s dreams is allowed. Portals provided by mages are not allowed unless you are a mage and are using your own portals/teleports from your spellbook.

Achievements: You are allowed to complete some of the Children’s Week achievements. Achievements requiring you to enter a battleground or dungeon are not permitted. Any food buffs should also be right clicked off.

Rewards: You can obtain several different battle pets, pet care packages and even a couple of toys during Children’s Week. Even though you are allowed to obtain the battle pets, pet battling is not allowed. Visit WoWHead.com’s guide for the complete list of pets and toys available.

Tin Man:

  • Children’s Week quests are allowed.
  • Working on achievements is allowed except for those requiring you to enter a dungeon or battleground.
  • Food buffs are allowed.
  • You are allowed to acquire toys, battle pets, and pet care packages.
  • Pet battling is not allowed. 

Green Man:

  • Children’s Week quests are allowed.
  • Working on achievements is allowed except for those requiring you to enter a dungeon or battleground.
  • Food buffs are not allowed.
  • You are allowed to acquire toys, battle pets, and pet care packages.
  • Pet battling is not allowed.

Blood Thirsty: 

  • You are not allowed to complete Children’s Week quests. This event is not for you.

Pacifist:

  • Children’s Week quests are allowed.
  • Working on achievements is allowed except for those requiring you to enter a dungeon or battleground.
  • Food buffs are not allowed.
  • You are allowed to acquire toys, battle pets, and pet care packages.
  • Pet battling is not allowed.

Iron Teams:

  • Children’s Week quests are allowed.
  • Working on achievements is allowed with a few exceptions. You can only work on any dungeon achievements with members of your team. You can not use dungeon finder to fill missing slots. Achievements involving battlegrounds are not allowed.
  • Food buffs are not allowed.
  • You are allowed to acquire toys, battle pets, and pet care packages.
  • Pet battling is not allowed.

Blood Teams: 

  • You are not allowed to complete Children’s Week quests. This event is not for you.

Green Teams: 

  • Children’s Week quests are allowed.
  • Working on achievements is allowed with a few exceptions. You can only work on any dungeon achievements with members of your team. You can not use dungeon finder to fill missing slots. Achievements involving battlegrounds are not allowed.
  • Food buffs are not allowed.
  • You are allowed to acquire toys, battle pets, and pet care packages.
  • Pet battling is not allowed.

 

Images used with permission from WoWHead.com

Children’s Week runs from April 30th to May 7th this year. The WoWhead.com guide has been updated but we are not seeing anything new for this year.

You are allowed to do quests or achievements for the event unless they break the rules of whichever challenge you are doing. Blood Thirsty challengers, this is a questing event, since you are not allowed to quest you’ll need to sit this one out. Since someone will ask it, I’ll say it: Doing the quests or achievements that require you to bring the orphan into a dungeon or battleground will get you flagged.

You can earn toys, battle pets, and pet care packages for pet related things… these are all okay to earn for your account, but you are still not allowed to use those pets to level up your challenge character.

Some images used with permission from WoWHead.com.

Children’s Week runs from May 1st to May 8th this year. The WoWhead.com guide has been updated but we are not seeing anything new for this year.

You are allowed to do quests or achievements for the event unless they break the rules of whichever challenge you are doing (for instance questing will count for quests for Blood Thirsty challengers). Since someone will ask it, I’ll say it: Doing the quests or achievements that require you to bring the orphan into a dungeon or battleground will get you flagged.

You can earn toys, battle pets and pet care packages for pet related things… these are all okay to earn for your account, however, you would still not be allowed to use those pets to level up your challenge character.

Happy-KidsWe are back into Children’s Week once again and the WoWhead.com guide has been updated but we are not seeing anything new for 2016 here. Children’s Week will run from May 2nd to May 9th.

You are allowed to do quests or achievements for the event unless they break the rules of the current challenges. Since someone will ask it, I’ll say it: Doing the quests or achievements that require you to bring the orphan into a dungeon or battleground will get you flagged.

You can earn toys, battle pets and pet care packages for pet related things… these are all okay to earn for your account, however, you would still not be allowed to use those pets to level up your challenge character.

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