Pepe is one of the most beloved and faithful companions in World of Warcraft. Added in Warlords of Draenor, he quickly took over our hearts and became a little celebrity. Nowadays, rarely anyone chooses to venture into new content alone, and with, you've got a friend with you all the time!

For both the Horde and Alliance players, Pepe can be found in the first tree on the left after exiting the main building in the Level 3 Garrison. When interacting with him, you will get a 1 hour buff that reads "You've got a friend!" which is adorable on its own. Pepe will sit on your head for that duration, or until you die. If that happens, you can go back to your Garrison and find him in the same tree. His respawn time is around 5 minutes.

Pepe's Whistle

In order to get the toy which allows you to summon Pepe no matter where you are, you will have to complete the achievement, which involves defeating a lot of bosses in Warlords of Draenor while Pepe accompanies you.

Pepe's Costumes and Toys

After the completion of the achievement, you can set out on your journey to collect Pepe's costumes, which are unfortunately character-bound, meaning that you will have to collect them all on every character separately.

You can unlock 2 additional costumes with the following toys:

Pepe in Warlords of Draenor

In patch 6.2, Pepe received 4 new costumes and unlocking them will also grant you the achievement.

Scarecrow Pepe can be found in your Garrison during the Hallow's End World Event which lasts from the 18th of October until the 1st of November. Interacting with him will unlock the for Pepe, as well as grant you the achievement.

Pepe in Legion

You can find Pepe sporting his adorable goggles in Dalaran, and interact with him to get the costume: The respawn time is instant, however there are a lot of possible locations, so head over to the comment section on Wowhead for the achievement, or click on spoiler to get the list of coordinates.


/way 40.89, 33.23
/way 42.65, 57.17
/way 44.86, 28.76
/way 48.08, 31.72
/way 58.44, 41.68
/way 32.19, 31.22
/way 39.10, 33.36
/way 39.88, 35.21
/way 50.84, 53.78
/way 36.24, 37.58
/way 32.78, 45.18
/way 54.56, 44.52
/way 64.32, 54.60
/way 37.43, 56.18
/way 45.01, 22.00
/way 59.94, 52.65
/way 52.31, 17.68
/way 35.46, 49.73
/way 34.98, 28.01
/way 48.35, 38.72
/way 57.20, 52.40
/way 34.08, 34.20
/way 39.99, 27.90
/way 39.70, 42.80

In patch 7.1, the was added as one of the four toys which can be fished up in the Broken Isles.

In patch 7.2, a Demon Hunter costume was added as a purchasable toy in the Demon Hunter Class Hall. is purchasable only by Demon Hunters, but you can use the toy on any character! You can buy this toy from

Pepe in Battle for Azeroth

In Battle for Azeroth, you can find Pepe with his Scuba Diving Helmet and Troll Mask costumes throughout Kul Tiras and Zandalar.

In order to obtain the, you will need to make your way over to's house in Boralus. Note that this is Alliance territory, so if you are Horde you might want to use an invisibility potion to get to the house. You will find Pepe in a fishtank glared at by cats.

/way Boralus 54.1 71.6

As for the, you will be able to find Pepe in a house in Dazar'alor. Note that this is Horde territory, so if you are Alliance you might want to use an invisibility potion to get to the house. Pepe is sitting on top of the stand that is near the right side entrance to the Hot House, and you might have to jump on the objects nearby to reach him.

/way Dazar'alor:Zuldazar 38.5 16.1

The History of Pepe

When Pepe was first added into the game, nobody expected him to become famous and loved by the community so quickly. This little guy caught our eyes as well as our hearts and has since been getting more and more items related to him, which we can't get enough of. Pepe is the creation of Jordan Powers, who started adding Pepe to all of his work to add more flavoring to it, as well as the fact that he loved the little guy.

Pepe was initially intended to be put in as a kind of joke, like an easter egg, but Jeremy Feasel decided that he'd make it a bird that sits on people's heads.