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Mounts are the primary way to get around in World of Warcraft, as they increaseyour movement speed significantly. They can be used in almost all outdoorareas, except for dungeons, and there are hundreds of mounts to collect.

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To ride your mounts, you will first need to learn the Ridingskill. This is taught by Riding Trainers around Azeroth. Below you willfind a list of the Riding Skills, where to learn them, and what they cost to learn.

Most mounts are account-wide, so unless you are a completely new player,chances are that you will have a ground mount ready to use as soon as you reachLevel 10. If you do not yet own a mount, the easiest and cheapest ones to getearly on are going to be your racial mounts, available at specific vendorsfor your Faction. They are listed below.

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There are five general tiers of riding which can be learned from trainers as a character increases in level. These become available for characters to train once they meet the particular level requirements. The speed of a character's mounts generally increases with each tier of riding skill, while some tiers of riding grant the ability to ride flying mounts. The general riding skills are:

In areas where flying is allowed, a character typically needs to train a specific riding skill in order to unlock the ability to fly in that region. These types of skills and their requirements can be found in the table below.

There are four classes in the game that can acquire special mounts and abilities linked to their own class through lore: death knights, druids, paladins, and warlocks. Only the druid's swift flight form allows flying. Swift flight form is a feat of strength if achieved. The aforementioned quests are not required to learn the ability, however, and are on the class trainers at the level listed in the table.

Rarely, specific creatures will drop a mount as a reward. If the mount drops, only one mount will appear per kill, no matter the size of the party or raid killing the creature. Also, mounts may rarely be inside other containers rewarded for doing other objectives.

A guaranteed drop mount will result in one mount being awarded upon killing the specified creature under the condition listed, regardless of the size of the party or raid. For mounts rewarded such that everyone who completes the achievement gets the mount, see the "Achievements" section. There is no direct achievement for killing the Time-Lost Proto-Drake; the hard part is actually finding the drake alive.

For instance, in Stormwind, on the platform where the flight trainer is located, the mount vendor is the third NPC on your left (just past the flight master). He should offer griffons in a variety of colors.

For the sake of completeness: Here is a list of all Flying Mounts, click on any one to see where it is obtained. Most of those are Epic Flying mounts that will require you train 300 Flying at a cost of 5000 gold. For 225 (Expert) Riding, This is the entire list. Note that the Broom is a limited duration holiday item, the X-51 Nether Rocket is from the trading card game, and the remainder are faction specific.

Listed here, you'll find the 5 vendors that will sell the three mounts you can use right now. They're located in Stormwind, Dalaran, Honor Hold, Valiance Keep, and Wildhammer Stronghold in Shadowmoon Valley.

In game faction flying mounts are sold by either SW or Org vendors. You get a 5% discount for each level of rep you have with those two cities off of the base cost of the mount. - e.g. 5% at friendly up to 20% at exalted. Faster and Fastest flying each have a base cost of 5,000 gold so if you are exalted with one of those cities, you save 1,000 gold for each higher level of flying.

Other flying mounts tend to be either farmed, or purchased by reaching certain reputation levels with some faction. - e.g. In Outlands, if you are Exalted with the Cenarion Expedition, you can purchase their War Hippogrif. Or, you might run Magisters Terrace for a chance to get Ashes - the yellow bird that trails pink ribbons behind it.

Most people farm mounts on higher level toons as the drop rate is typically low in dungeons or raids with a few exceptions such as the instance under Wyrmwrest Temple In Dragonblight, Northrend which has a guaranteed frop for a dragon on Normal and a guaranteed drop for a different dragon on Heroic.

Mounts are a much sought after form of transportation in which players ride atop the backs of various more or less exotic beasts (or machines). Warlocks, paladins and death knights can learn to summon mounts as a class perk. Mounted travel is almost always faster than walking/running (amphibious mounts such as the [Sea Turtle] provide only circumstantial speed boosts on land). World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade introduced flying mounts in select areas, which further increased the maximum possible player movement speed and also increased accessibility to various locations previously unreachable. World of Warcraft: Cataclysm introduced flying to Kalimdor and the Eastern Kingdoms, as well as the new areas exclusive to the expansion.

Mounts were generally expensive in the past, but their prices have been reduced while the training to ride them increased in order to compensate. However, some mounts do not cost any gold or other currencies (such as honor points) and will drop at very low rates from bosses in instances such as Stratholme, Tempest Keep, Magisters' Terrace, Sethekk Halls, Karazhan, and Utgarde Pinnacle. There are numerous other methods to obtain mounts as well, such as class quests, completing achievements, the Trading Card Game, and the Black Market Auction House for older ones from removed content.

Mounts can swim (but not any faster than swimming without the mount). There are aquatic mounts which move at +60% swim speed anywhere and amphibious ones which can walk on land, and another that can only be used underwater in Vashj'ir but moves at +450% swim speed. Vanity mounts confer no benefits (and thus, require no riding skill or character level).

Master riding skill (375) costs 5,000 for training, reduced by the appropriate reputation discount. Introduced with patch 4.0.1, it increases the air speed of flying mounts to +310%. However, any characters that already had a 310% speed flying mount pre-4.0.1 were given this skill automatically and free of charge with 4.0.1. Formerly, earning the [Reins of the Violet Proto-Drake] before patch 5.0.4 through What A Long, Strange Trip It's Been awarded Master riding for free.

For most of Warlords of Draenor, Blizzard had not planned on implementing flight on Draenor, nor any expansion in the future[2] despite an early forum post mentioning implementing flying in the first content patch.[3] This sparked outrage on the World of Warcraft forums, causing players to create numerous threads[4][5][6][7][8] as each would reach their post limit, with many posters threatening to unsubscribe due to the decision. Blizzard later reversed course and added the [Draenor Pathfinder] achievement. The idea, and compromise on Blizzard's part, is that players will have to experience the game content on the ground the way it was designed at least once, after which all their characters will be free to fly to the content they want to do again if they so wish.

With the release of patch 9.0.1, Draenor Pathfinder is no longer required for Draenor flying. Players only need Expert Riding to be able to fly within Draenor zones. The achievement is still in game and still grants the [Soaring Skyterror] mount.

When flying was introduced with patch 2.0, Isle of Quel'Danas did not receive flying when it was released in patch 2.4. The same thing applied to Isle of Thunder and Isle of Giants in 5.2 and Timeless Isle in 5.4. These zones are about exploration with a bit of danger, making Argus fit quite nicely into that theme.[10]

It was mentioned by Ion Hazzikostas in an interview that unlike Legion and Battle for Azeroth, which was unlocked in the 2nd major content patch, so patch 7.2.0 and 8.2.0 respectively, that Shadowlands flying would be unlocked in the first major content patch. This was followed up by mentions that flying would be tied to [Renown], with no reputation requirements.

At BlizzConline, Chains of Domination was announced and during the Q&A panel, Hazzikostas stated that the Shadowlands Pathfinder would be coming with the patch and that players will only need to complete the new chapters of the Chains of Domination campaign coming with the patch, and once players complete it they will be rewarded with flying. The achievement was stated to be account-wide, and once players would unlock it, all characters at level 50 or higher would be able to fly.

Players will be able to fly within the 4 Covenant zones - Bastion, Maldraxxus, Ardenweald, and Revendreth. Players will not be able to fly within Oribos, the Maw, or Korthia. Due to technical limitations, players will be unable to fly on a mount between zones and will need to use the flight paths to do so. Hazzikostas stated that this is because if flying between zones was allowed, it would take 30 minutes or more to fly from one zone to another.

The [Cold Weather Flying] skill used to cost 50, reduced by the appropriate reputation discount. This granted players the ability to also use their flying mounts in Northrend and required level 68 and expert riding skill. One could also wait until level 80, at which it would be automatically learned for free.

Artisan riding skill (300) used to cost 5,000, reduced by the appropriate reputation discounts. Increases mounted movement speed by 100% on the ground and 280% in the air. No class-granted abilities awarded artisan flying, although the druid ability [Swift Flight Form] required it. Although Artisan Riding was removed from the trainers with patch 9.0.1, characters that previously had it unlocked will retain it. 041b061a72

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