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IGN Preview: StarCraft II's Mini Thor in World of Warcraft

IGN writes:

Not sure if you're picking up StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty when it comes out tomorrow? Or maybe you are, but you don't want to fork out the extra dough for the Collector's Edition. To you we say behold: Mini Thor.

People who purchase the Collector's Edition can (and in fact must) register their copy to their battle.net account. If they've got a World of Warcraft account attached, Mini Thor will be awaiting them in their mailbox. As soon as you open your mail, you'll also get a Feat of Strength in WoW's achievement system, signifying that you totally bought that thing.

Mini Thor is probably the coolest pet we've seen – better even than the cockroach you can buy from Undercity. Also of note: the Thor in StarCraft II can't fly, while Mini Thor clearly can. This breaks canon and is a slap in the face, Blizzard. A slap in the face. (PC, StarCraft II: Wings of LIberty)

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