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The placard outside Moli Regnana’s shop in Ratchet says “Familiars for the Rest of Us!” Moli invented the mechanical squirrel when she was feeling rather lonely one night, trying to program a pet to be utterly faithful to her.
 
The placard outside Moli Regnana’s shop in Ratchet says “Familiars for the Rest of Us!” Moli invented the mechanical squirrel when she was feeling rather lonely one night, trying to program a pet to be utterly faithful to her.
   

Revision as of 21:28, September 27, 2007

Inv crate 01
  • Mechanical Squirrel Box
  • Item Level 15
    Disenchants into:
    Not disenchantable
  • Binds when used
  • Use: Creates a Mechanical Squirrel that follows you around. Right Click to summon and dismiss your Squirrel.
MechanicalSquirrel

A Mechanical Squirrel pet

The Mechanical Squirrel Box item summons and dismisses a Mechanical Squirrel, a squirrel small pet that follows you around, meaning it is a non-combat pet and will not aid you in battle.

Source

Mechanical Squirrel Box is crafted by Engineers with a skill level of 75.

The components are:

The schematic drops off creatures with their levels in the 10s-20s.

Notes

A Mechanical Squirrel Box can sell in the Auction House typically for around 1Gold, but can get much higher (up to 10Gold) on some servers.

The Mechanical Squirrel is the only small pet that is not Level 1, instead it is Level 15.

Description:

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The placard outside Moli Regnana’s shop in Ratchet says “Familiars for the Rest of Us!” Moli invented the mechanical squirrel when she was feeling rather lonely one night, trying to program a pet to be utterly faithful to her.

The painfully cute and perky steam-powered result made her instantly rich, as everyone wanted one of these adorable, clanking “familiars.” At first the squirrels merely followed the user, following a beacon that attached to the user’s leg; but customers began asking her to add features, and the squirrel became more and more sophisticated.

Operation: Now the squirrel is still cute, and still follows its master, but it has two, needle-sharp retractable claws in each foot, and the tiny steam engine that powers it vents through the mouth.

Squirrels sold these days are also fitted with two homing transmitters, allowing the user to give one beacon to a companion. Thus, when a switch is triggered on the squirrel’s hind foot, it follows the second transmitter, making it a stealthy messenger (Moli has also eliminated the worst of the clanking her invention made). The squirrel can follow a beacon up to 50 miles, moving at 10 miles per hour. It is mostly watertight, but malfunctions if submerged in water.[1] (MM&M 184)

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