The 10 Rarest Items In World Of Warcraft (& How To Get Them)

The history of World of Warcraft is riddled with stories of extraordinarily low drop rates for rare equipment and items, especially from the MMO’s first few expansions. There are items so rarely seen in-game that they still draw crowds of people when a player has it equipped.

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While many of the rarest items still in World of Warcraft are only available on the auction house, there are some that anybody can get without having to pay millions of gold. All it requires is patience, dedication, and extremely good luck.

10 Brawler’s Harness

The Brawler’s Harness was an item in Vanilla World of Warcraft that Orc, Troll, and Undead Warriors started with. As a shirt, players could have it and a chest piece equipped at the same time, and it made warriors look barbaric. This item’s rarity comes not from drop rates or luck, but rather the sheer lack of them still available in the game.

The Brawler’s Harness was removed in the Cataclysm expansion when the leveling experience had a major overhaul. There are items in the game that serve a similar purpose, but if a player wants one of these original shirts, they can expect to pay hundreds of thousands of gold (if not millions, depending on the server).

9 Miner’s Hat Of The Deep

The Miner’s Hat Of The Deep is the closest a player can come to being a Kobold in World of Warcraft, that is, besides using the Red Noggin Candle. The item is a helmet that adds a candle to the top of the player’s head and theoretically can drop from just about any trash mob in the Uldaman dungeon.

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However, the drop rate is so astronomically low that players who have farmed the dungeon over 1000 times still have yet to acquire it. While the odds of the item dropping are not publically known, all mobs in the Uldaman dungeon (save for bosses) can drop this unique headpiece.

8 Xorothian Firestick

The Xorothian Firestick is among the rarest items in World of Warcraft because players cannot get it organically anymore, similar to the Brawler’s Harness. This item was a rare drop from a boss only Warlocks could summon as part of their mount class quest in Vanilla World of Warcraft. As with many items, it was removed when Warlocks no longer had this quest in Cataclysm.

It was a bind on pickup weapon only Hunters could make use of, and it is impossible to acquire in ShadowlandsWorld of Warcraft Classic fans know this gun well, and many a Warlock has taken this opportunity to sell runs of the boss for just the chance to get this item in the Vanilla experience.

7 Zin’rokh, Destroyer Of Worlds

Zin’rokh, Destroyer of Worlds is an item still very much available in Shadowlands, but be prepared to farm Archaeology for years for this very visually-appealing weapon. This weapon is a random drop from Troll artifacts, but the player must have at least a level 450 Archaeology skill to even have a chance at finding it.

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Troll Tablets reduce the number of artifacts needed to solve Troll Archaology puzzles, but ultimately this is a grind very few have completed.

6 Pendulum Of Doom

The Pendulum of Doom is another item that drops from mobs in the Uldaman dungeon, just like the Miner’s Hat of the Deep. This item, though, doesn’t drop from everything in the dungeon, just Stonevault Flameweavers, Maulers, Brawlers, and Stone Stewards.

While this item is exceedingly good for Classic Warriors and Shamans, it still drops in Shadowlands at the same extremely low rate it had in Classic. Still, it makes for a unique weapon transmog that’ll get people looking your way.

5 High Society Top Hat

The High Society Top Hat is a craftable headpiece that, as the name implied, is a top hat fit for a nobleman or noblewoman. Unfortunately, the crafting recipe for this item only drops from Cataclysm rare and elite mobs, but it doesn’t require the Tailor to be at a specific level like Zin’rokh requires of Archaeologists.

The High Society Top Hat, once learned, sells for millions on the auction house. It can be a reliable source of income, but the player must put in significant time farming rares and elites in an outdated expansion to find the recipe.

4 Rhinestone Sunglasses

These sunglasses are, in a word, fabulous. What isn’t fabulous is how rarely the crafting recipe drops. The player must be a Jewelcrafter to even have a chance at finding this item, but they drop at a .01% rate from every mob in the Cataclysm and Mists of Pandaria expansions.

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Additionally, Blizzard confirmed that in the next Shadowlands patch the Rhinestone Sunglasses will be a transmoggable item for headwear. Expect to see more players flooding Azeroth and Pandaria in the next few months looking for this elusive recipe.

3 Chromatic Sword

The Chromatic Sword was once an unobtainable relic of Vanilla World of Warcraft, but since has been re-added to the game. It is only available from one mob, the elite mob Scale Belly found in The Cape of Stranglethorn. The problem is, this elite takes anywhere from one to three hours to respawn and is a very hot spot for collectors.

The best way to farm this item is to park an alt next to the spawn location of Scale Belly and wait. This is best done on low population servers, where the chance of another player coming in and robbing the kill is lessened.

2 Teebu’s Blazing Longsword

Teebu’s Blazing Longsword is, well, a flaming sword of fire. It drops from Core Hounds in the Molten Core raid and from lockboxes pickpocketed from mobs in Black Rock Depths and Lower Black Rock Spire.

Even to this day, its drop rate is so astronomically low that it has a successor in the form of Teebu’s Scorching Straight Sword. The new model looks a bit like a jet engine’s exhaust, though, whereas the original was a billowing fire that barely took the shape of a sword.

1 The Big Love Rocket

The Big Love Rocket is a mount that has an extremely rare drop rate from the Love Is In The Air Valentines’ Day event. At a 1 in 3333 chance of dropping from an event players can only do once a day for two weeks, it might just be the lowest dropped item in World of Warcraft.

Fans have often debated whether the Big Love Rocket is a sexual innuendo or not (the icon is particularly suggestive of a certain adult toy). Either way, this mount is sure to attract crowds of people, awe-struck by easily the rarest item available to players.

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