Commemorating the launch of the next World of Warcraft expansion, Dragonflight, the developers over at Blizzard Entertainment are working together with Twitch to bring players Twitch Drops. One of these is the Ichabod harvest golem pet.
So far, players have been able to collect the Dragon Kite pet, a dragon-themed pet for a dragon-themed expansion, and will be able to collect more, like the now previously TCG-exclusive mount, the Feldrake.
If you're one of the players looking to also get the Ichabod harvest golem pet then we've got you covered.
Here's how to get the Ichabod harvest golem pet in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight.
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How to get the Ichabod harvest golem pet in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight
Beginning on Monday, November 28, 2022, at 3:00 p.m. PST—alongside the launch of Dragonflight—and ending on Monday, December 12 at 11:59 pm PST, players can get the Ichabod harvest golem pet by showing support to their favorite WoW creators by gifting them two Twitch subscriptions.
As opposed to the Dragon Kite pet and the Feldrake, which has players watch at least four hours of WoW Dragonflight content on the popular streaming website, Twitch, players instead have to gift any content creator of their choice two Twitch subscriptions.
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How to gift Twitch subscriptions
Players can gift Twitch subscriptions by following these steps:
- Go to your WoW creator of choice on Twitch.tv
- Click on the Subscribe button under the stream
- Look for and click on "Gift a Sub"
- That's it!
Make sure that the subscriptions you're gifting count by having your Battle.net and Twitch accounts linked. If you don't know how to or want to make sure they're linked, follow our steps below.
How to link Battle.net and Twitch accounts
You'll want to make sure that your Battle.net and Twitch accounts are linked in order for the hours watched to count.
Here's how to link the two:
- Visit Battle.net
- Click on your "Account Settings" and visit the "Connections" tab
- Scroll down to the Twitch section at the bottom and click "Connect"
- Click "Authorize" and confirm that it went through
- That's it!
Once you've followed all of the steps your Battle.net and Twitch accounts will be linked and your hours watched will count towards the corresponding Twitch Drop.