How to get the Perpetual Purple Firework toy in WoW Dragonflight

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Perpetual Purple Firework toy WoW Dragonflight

World of Warcraft: Dragonflight Season 1—and the Vault of Incarnates Race to World First—are here and what better way to celebrate their launch than with some good old fashion fireworks?

A few months prior to World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, the developers over at Blizzard Entertainment revealed World of Warcraft's first-ever batch of Twitch Drops, and in them, were the likes of the once TCG-exclusive, Feldrake mount, and several pets. Now, the Twitch Drops are finally coming to a close as the last drop, the Perpetual Purple Firework toy is finally available.

Here's how to get the Perpetual Purple Firework toy in WoW Dragonflight.

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How to get the Perpetual Purple Firework toy in WoW Dragonflight

Beginning on Tuesday, December 13, 2022, at 3:00 p.m. PST and ending on Friday, December 28, at 11:59 pm PST, players can get the Dragon Kite pet via Twitch Drops.

Similar to past Twitch Drops, players will have to watch WoW Dragonflight content creators and streamers for two hours on the popular streaming website, Twitch, while the Twitch Drop is active. However, it won't be just any streamers as they have to watch from a list of selected channels, all of which will be participating in the Vault of Incarnates Race to World First.

The list includes players from Liquid, BDGG, Echo, Method, and Aversion.

Players should make sure the hours they're watching count by having their and Twitch accounts linked. Below is a step-by-step on how to link the two.

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How to link and Twitch accounts

You'll want to make sure that your and Twitch accounts are linked in order for the hours watched to count.

Here's how to link the two:

  1. Visit
  2. Click on your "Account Settings" and visit the "Connections" tab
  3. Scroll down to the Twitch section at the bottom and click "Connect"
  4. Click "Authorize" and confirm that it went through
  5. That's it!

Once you've followed all of the steps your and Twitch accounts will be linked and your hours watched will count towards the corresponding Twitch Drop.

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