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Last week I covered the
top 5 Easter
eggs found in Mists of Pandaria
. However, while they are 5 of the
best Mists of Pandaria has to offer, many others exist and just fell
short of making my list. Not wanting to leave them out in the cold,
another 5 Mists of Pandaria Easter eggs are being rolled out in this
article for your enjoyment. So without further adieu, I present to
you the top 5 Easter egg runners up from Mists of Pandaria.

Top 5 Mists of Pandaria Easter Eggs –
Runner Up Edition

The Singing Pools

While venturing through the Pandaren
starting zone you will come across the Singing Pools. These magical
pools have the ability to turn any player who steps into them into
various animals, at least until they leave the pool. While these
pools are entertaining all on their own, they are also an Easter egg.
The reference here is to the Cursed Pools of Jusenkyo, that can be
found in the classic anime Ranma ½. Anime fans feel free to squee at
any time.

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Lonesome Tortoise

One of my personal favorite Easter eggs
lies in a lonely turtle named Lon'li Guju. Lon'li Guju is most likely
a memento to the world famous Pinta Island tortoise known as Lonseome
George. Now deceased, Lonsome George was the last known individual of
his subspecies. Many attempts were made at mating George, but none
were successful and ultimatly George died without a mate. This Easter
egg tribute really pulls at the heartstrings. Lon'li Guju can be
found flying (alone) around the northern part of the Kun-Lai Summit.

Coordinates: 54,20

Frog Justice

Have you ever wanted to be wtfpwned by
a large frog hell bent on defending his smaller brethren? If the
answer is yes, you must travel to the Krasarang Wilds where you can
fulfill your fantasy. On an nondescript island west of the Cradle of
Chi-Ji, you will find signs splayed with the image of a frog. Near
the center of the island you will find, as expected, frogs....lots
and lots of frogs. These critters gather in large groups and have a
high respawn rate, making them tempting targets for players wishing
to complete the “Critter Kill Squad” achievement. However, be
warned, killing these frogs does not come without consequence. After
a large number are slaughtered a large frog named Cro'akan will
appear and deal out Frog Justice, an attack that will instantly kill
any player.

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Coordinates: 17,69

The Heart Keeper

If you were a child of the 90's you
without a doubt know who Captain Planet is. If you don't, well, you
are missing out. In a small cave near the Temple of Niazuo, a
semi-rare elite mob can be found named Huggalon. This mob is known as
the Heart Keeper, one of forces used by the Planeteers to defend the
earth, and when combined with the other elements, to summon Captain
Planet. Huggalon is simply a completion to the set, and the Easter
egg, as the other elements (Earth, Water, Fire, and Wind) can be
found inside the Vault of Archavon. Captain Planet...he's our
hero....going to take pollution down to zero...


Sam the Wise

If you have read my first article, or
have already completed the “Restore Balance” achievement you have
already Shrine of Fellowship. Heading back to this location another
in game Easter egg can be found in the form of an NPC named Sam the
Wise, the Metal Brewmaster. Sam can be found inside the only building
near the Shrine and is most likely a reference to Samwise Didier, an
artist at Blizzard and creator of the Pandaren. To add more depth to
the Easter egg, Samwise is, as you know, found at the Shrine of
Fellowship, which is a direct nod to the source of Sam's nickname;
Samwise Gamgee from the Lord of the Rings.

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Coordinates: 33,35

Have you discovered any Easter eggs
while roaming the Mists of Pandaria expansion pack that are not
mentioned in either of our top 5 articles? If so, feel free to share
them with us in the comment section below!

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Last Updated: Mar 29, 2016

About The Author

Amunet, also fondly known as Memtron, is an organic life form best known for its ongoing obsession with Blizzard Entertainment's numerous properties. To that end, Amu has authored hundreds (thousands?) of the most popular World of Warcraft guides, editorials, and Top 10 lists on the planet. When not gaming and writing, Amu is busy chasing after her three children in a perpetual loop of ongoing disaster.