World of Warcraft players can partake in the egg-filled feast of Noblegarden April 21-28, according to a Battle.net post today.
According to in-game lore, the annual Easter-like celebration traces its origins to ancient druidic festivals. Throughout Noblegarden, players can search low-level towns for brightly colored eggs, which can be hidden or sitting in plain view. Those eggs can contain prizes like chocolates, costumes, rare items and toys. The Noblegarden festival also offers daily quests, known as the Great Egg Hunt, as well as festival-appropriate clothing and merchants hungry for Noblegarden chocolate.
You can check out the full list of seasonal items, including pets and mounts, in Battle.net's Noblegarden 2014 page. For more on the future of World of Warcraft, be sure to read our coverage of the massively multiplayer online role-playing game's next expansion, Warlords of Draenor.