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  • Large Blue Rocket
  • Item Level 1
    Disenchants into:
    Not disenchantable
  • Use: Throw into a firework launcher!
  • 1 Charges
  • Sell Price: 12Copper
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The Large Blue Rocket is a type of firework associated with, but not exclusive to, the Lunar Festival event.

A Firework Launcher is required to use a Large Blue Rocket. (see Notes section)



Large Blue Rockets are crafted by engineers with a skill of 175.

The components are:
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1x [Heavy Blasting Powder]
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1x [Heavy Leather]

The schematic for Large Blue Rocket is contained in [Large Rocket Recipes] which can be purchased for 5 Inv misc elvencoins from Fariel Starsong in Moonglade during the Lunar Festival.

Icon-shortcutSee also: Large Rockets 


Large Blue Rockets are contained in the [Lunar Festival Fireworks Pack] which can be purchased for 5 Inv misc elvencoins from Valadar Starsong in Moonglade during the Lunar Festival.

Object of

Lunar Fireworks requires that you launch eight Lunar Fireworks (color and size not specified) and two Cluster Fireworks (color and size not specified). Large Blue Rockets are a Lunar Firework, but they are not vended near the area of the quest, so are not a convenient item to use to complete the quest.


Unlike many fireworks in WoW, Lunar Festival Rockets (Large and Small, any color) require the presence of a Firework Launcher object on the ground in order to use the firework. These are widely available during the Lunar Festival only; near Lunar Festival revelers in cities and in Moonglade, and at other odd locations (there's some at the fishing dock in Orgrimmar). Firework Launchers are available year-round at the party at Saltheril's Haven in Eversong Woods. You can also spawn your own Firework Launcher for 30 minutes by using a [Firework Launcher], made by an engineer from schematics purchased from Valadar Starsong in Moonglade during the Lunar Festival. The schematics cost 5 Inv misc elvencoins. The Firework Launcher item does not bind; it has only one charge and is used, not equipped, so it is Consume on Use.

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