This year, Noblegarden runs from Sunday, April 2 and ends on April 9 on oceanic servers.

Noblegarden feature

During Noblegarden, the towns of Azeroth and their immediate environs are liberally sprinkled with Noblegarden eggs for players to collect in a ravenous frenzy — er, in the spirit of sharing. These eggs contain treats fit for commoners and kings alike!

Not much has changed apart from the level required to purchase the Tome of Polymorph: Rabbit (now level 60).

Noblegrden Pets

There are two pets that can be purchased with 100 Noblegarden Chocolates or random drop from a Brightly Coloured Egg.

Spring robes with all the trimmings, inc. Spring rabbit pet

Noblegarden Mount

Swift Springstrider while wearing a tuxedo inc. matching bunny ears

Swift Springstrider – the Epic Ground Mount for 2012. Sold by Noblegarden Merchants (Horde) and Noblegarden Vendors (Alliance) for 500 Noblegarden Chocolates, as well as a rare drop from Brightly Coloured Eggs.

Black Spring Circlet (50 chocolates) – designed to go with the tuxedo.

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Elegant Dress with Pink Circlet

Pink Spring Circlet (50 chocolates) – designed to go with the elegant dress.

For the complete guide, you can head over to Wowhead but for first-timers, head to one of the following locations:

Horde

    • Bloodhoof Village in Mulgore
    • Brill in Tirisfal Glades
    • Falconwing Square in Eversong Woods
    • Razor Hill in Durotar

Alliance

    • Azure Watch in Azuremyst Isle
    • Dolanaar in Teldrassil
    • Goldshire in Elwynn Forest
    • Kharanos in Dun Morogh
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Noblegarden Bunny – spawn egg spot

Last year, I spent the first hour racing around as a Noblegarden Bunny, which soon became a very tedious task. I opted to collect my 600 chocolates before handing them in on the off chance I looted the mount from one of the last 100 eggs.

Since the addition of CRZ, the egg hunt may have been daunting for many but a recent hotfix has made it more bearable.