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    Mount Descriptions

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    • Acherus Deathcharger - Some horses merely adopt the dark. This horse was born in it, molded by it.
    • Albino Drake - Even the Draconic Native Association tests proved inconclusive in determining if the albino drake is related to a known dragonflight. -Breanni
    • Amani Battle Bear - The Amani trolls decorate these ferocious mounts in magic amulets and ceremonial masks as a way to venerate the bear god Nalorakk.
    • Amani Dragonhawk - Dragonhawks liberated from troll enslavement are considered among the most loyal of all their kin.
    • Amani War Bear - Only the swiftest heroes venturing into the troll temple of Zul'Aman were able to subdue these rare battle mounts.
    • Amber Primordial Direhorn - There is an old Zandalari saying about wild direhorns: "Run!"
    • Amber Scorpion - The Klaxxi ride massive scorpions into battle against their enemies. A carapace hardened by amber provides superior protection while on the battlefield.
    • Ancient Frostsaber - The lack of spots or stripes marks this beast as a descendant of the most ancient frostsaber line.
    • Arctic Wolf - Once thought to be nearly extinct, this wolf can still occasionally be seen in the company of a few Horde veterans
    • Argent Charger - Trained to accept only champions of the Light as a rider.
    • Argent Hippogryph - Argent Hippogryphs will partner with only the bravest and most battle-tested champions.
    • Argent Warhorse - Given only to those who prove themselves a champion in the Argent Tournament.
    • Argent Warhorse - Given only to those who prove themselves a champion in the Argent Tournament.
    • Armored Bloodwing - This monstrous, flesh-eating bat is the undisputed ruler of the night skies.
    • Armored Blue Dragonhawk - After you amassed a massive menagerie of 200 mounts, the animal authorities of the Alliance sent you a means to keep them in line (and out of their hair).
    • Armored Blue Wind Rider - They are not native to Northrend, but they have adapted extremely well to the cold. -Mei Francis
    • Armored Brown Bear - This ursine mount's swiftness is enhanced by its heavy armor, imbued with magic from Kirin Tor magi.
    • Armored Brown Bear - Your cries of "For the Horde!" will be much more menacing from atop a heavily armored bear that's barreling down on Alliance at top speed.
    • Armored Frostboar - Subsists almost entirely on a diet of frozen berries. Though it finds slow off-worlders equally tasty.
    • Armored Frostwolf - It's trained to survive the harsh climate of Frostfire Ridge, so it snuggles as if its life depended on it.
    • Armored Irontusk - It is said an elekk never forgets. No wonder it despises the Iron Horde, considering the torment the orcs put the beast through.
    • Armored Razzashi Raptor - The purebred royal raptors of Zul'Gurub, these mounts have become a rare sight in Stranglethorn Vale. The Gurubashi have been known to fly into a rage at the sight of any non-troll riding one of their precious beasts.
    • Armored Red Dragonhawk - This rare breed of dragonhawk is a mark of honor in the Horde, gifted by the blood elves. It reflects your tireless effort to amass a small army of mounts.
    • Armored Skyscreamer - Only those heroic souls who surmount every challenge the mogu tyrants place before them can proudly fly the skies on a war-prepared skyscreamer.
    • Armored Snowy Gryphon - The nice thing is that when they attack, blood almost never stains their feathers. -Mei Francis
    • Ashen Pandaren Phoenix - Both the name and color of this majestic phoenix are believed to symbolize rebirth.
    • Ashes of Al'ar - Al'ar was the beloved pet of Kael'thas Sunstrider, who often boasted that death would never claim it. Perhaps he was right.
    • Ashhide Mushan Beast - Some people say that riding an ashhide mushan will result in favorable health and increased prosperity. These people are called "mount vendors."
    • Astral Cloud Serpent - It is believed that Astral Cloud Serpents possess answers to some of life's greatest mysteries. Pity they can't talk.
    • Azure Cloud Serpent - Azure Cloud Serpents are believed by the Pandaren to be harbingers of good fortune.
    • Azure Drake - Always speak politely to an enraged dragon.
    • Azure Netherwing Drake - After promising to fly you to the ends of Outland, the netherwing drake was eventually drawn to the blue skies of Azeroth as well.
    • Azure Riding Crane - The majestic crane is a treasured friend of the pandaren.
    • Azure Water Strider - "Normally bugs are for bait, but how could you look into its eyes and even think that?" -Nat Pagle
    • Big Battle Bear - He's big, he's ready for battle, and he's a bear. What more could you want in a mount?
    • Big Blizzard Bear - Whenever you ride this mount, you feel the urge to shout, "Cry havoc and let slip the murlocs of war!"
    • Big Love Rocket - Apothecary Hummel painted this masterpiece bright pink for an unrequited love.
    • Black Battlestrider - A properly accelerated gnome in battle is a thing of terrible beauty. - High Tinker Mekkatorque
    • Black Dragon Turtle - Cherished for their heavy carrying capacity and steady gait, these stalwart beasts are the mount of choice for most native Pandaren.
    • Black Dragonhawk Mount - This breed of dragonhawk is intensely sought after by those who have an eye for insanely rare modes of travel.
    • Black Drake - It never pays to leave a live dragon out of the equation.
    • Black Hawkstrider - Some of our brethren prefer horses, but the hawkstrider will always be the true symbol of Silvermoon. -Winaestra
    • Black Nightsaber - Considered one of Azeroth's perfect predators, these agile beasts can sprint through dense forests without making a sound.
    • Black Polar Bear - The taunka use black polar bear pelts in their religious rites, usually at the funerals of those who hunt black polar bears.
    • Black Primal Raptor - Speed, cunning, and ferocity are the things trolls and raptors admire about each other.
    • Black Proto-Drake - Bred specifically to honor those heroes who showed exceptional resilience and fortitude facing the dangers in Northrend.
    • Black Qiraji Battle Tank - Although many varieties of Qiraji Battle Tank can still be found in the ruins of Ahn'Qiraj today, the darkest of the species were only seen on the day the Scarab gong was rung.
    • Black Qiraji Battle Tank - Although many varieties of Qiraji Battle Tank can still be found in the ruins of Ahn'Qiraj today, the darkest of the species were only seen on the day the Scarab gong was rung.
    • Black Qiraji Battle Tank - Although many varieties of Qiraji Battle Tank can still be found in the ruins of Ahn'Qiraj today, the darkest of the species were only seen on the day the Scarab gong was rung.
    • Black Ram - I've not seen this breed in in ages, but when they're ram tough they stick around. -Veron Amberstill
    • Black Ram - I've not seen this breed in in ages, but when they're ram tough they stick around. -Veron Amberstill
    • Black Riding Goat - It takes unflagging patience and a gentle touch to train obstinate mountain goats for riding.
    • Black Riding Yak - Grummles traveling Kun-Lai Summit by night prefer to ride this dark-haired yak to remain unseen, though they remove the bells from its caparison first.
    • Black Skeletal Horse - The Forsaken believe that without a purpose, even beasts of burden suffer in undeath.
    • Black Stallion - Rumored to be favored by SI:7 for night missions due to its dark coat.
    • Black War Bear - Killing leaders of the Horde is its own reward, but this intimidating beast is an excellent memento.
    • Black War Bear - This formidable mount is bought with the blood of Alliance leaders, but you would have killed them for free.
    • Black War Elekk - Uniquely aggressive and pugnacious elekk bulls are culled from the herd and sold to Ethereal traders. The traders then train the bulls for combat and sell them to owners unconcerned about safety.
    • Black War Kodo - Bred for their aggressive, unpredictable demeanor by the Kor'kron stablemasters, the Black War Kodos' trumpeting call signifies that blood will soon be shed.
    • Black War Mammoth - Normally placid beasts, these intelligent animals form a strong bond with their riders, making them loyal and fearless in battle.
    • Black War Mammoth - Sure-footed and unflappable, these dark-furred mammoths are prized for their steady temperament going into battle.
    • Black War Ram - The dwarves value their ram companions for their fearlessness charging into battle.
    • Black War Raptor - Bred from the same vicious line of raptors which sired Ohgan and brought victory to the Gurubashi Empire.
    • Black War Steed - Trained to withstand brutal hand-to-hand combat in the fiercest battlefields.
    • Black War Tiger - Like their distant nightsaber cousins, tigers are renowned for their razor-sharp claws, incredible agility, and love of being scratched behind the ears.
    • Black War Wolf - Prized by Orgrimmar guards for their keen sense of smell.
    • Black Wolf - Can howl loudly enough to be heard for miles.
    • Black Wolf - Can howl loudly enough to be heard for miles.
    • Blacksteel Battleboar - Refuses to run unless its head is covered in heavy, spiked metal. It's an ego thing.
    • Blazing Drake - Blazing Drakes exhibit a boundless passion for life, and are considered by many to be among the most loyal mounts on Azeroth.
    • Blazing Hippogryph - Hippogryphs are highly intelligent, sentient beings; far more than mere "mounts."
    • Blonde Riding Yak - Riding Yaks are bred to be slimmer and more agile than their kin.
    • Bloodbathed Frostbrood Vanquisher - Bloodbathed Vanquishers are so named when it is determined that a reanimated frost wyrm died a particularly gruesome and bloody death.
    • Bloodhoof Bull - Members of the Warsong clan have long hunted these clefthoof to use their crimson-hued skin for battle standards.
    • Blue Dragon Turtle - Cherished for their heavy carrying capacity and steady gait, these stalwart beasts are the mount of choice for most native Pandaren.
    • Blue Dragonhawk - Dragonhawks are among the deadliest known predators. They are able to spot prey from great distances, rush in, and rend with both talon and beak.
    • Blue Drake - Come not between the dragon and his wrath.
    • Blue Hawkstrider - Some of our brethren prefer horses, but the hawkstrider will always be the true symbol of Silvermoon. -Winaestra
    • Blue Mechanostrider - "The terradynamic exo-plotters are conjoined by hydraulic imaging to the equilibrium enhancers..." -Binjy Featherwhistle
    • Blue Mechanostrider - "The terradynamic exo-plotters are conjoined by hydraulic imaging to the equilibrium enhancers..." -Binjy Featherwhistle
    • Blue Proto-Drake - The Storm Peaks! There we will find the beast strong enough to bear me into battle. -Skadi the Ruthless
    • Blue Qiraji Battle Tank - This (relatively) domesticated silithid is at home only in the desert sands of Ahn'Qiraj.
    • Blue Riding Nether Ray - Nether Rays are among the most trusted, versatile mounts in all of Outland and beyond.
    • Blue Shado-Pan Riding Tiger - "When waking a tiger, use a long stick. Better yet, tell your friend to wake the tiger instead." --Pandaren Proverb
    • Blue Skeletal Horse - The Forsaken believe that without a purpose, even beasts of burden suffer in undeath.
    • Blue Skeletal Warhorse - A rare sight. Most disappeared once Baron Rivendare ruled in Stratholme.
    • Blue Wind Rider - After being freed from vicious harpies by Cairne and Thrall, many of these creatures became valuable companions of the Horde.
    • Bone-White Primal Raptor - "They are lethal at eight months, very lethal." -Hemet Nesingwary Jr.
    • Brawler's Burly Mushan Beast - For years pandaren believed these creatures to be untamable. Just ask the first pandaren to do so, Henshi "Limp Along" Homebrew.
    • Breezestrider Stallion - These breezestriders' red coloration reflects their temperament: sanguine, fierce, and courageous.
    • Brewfest Ram - Brewers retired this mount from active advertising service after complaints that the beasts were "too temperamental" to control in major cities.
    • Brewfest Riding Kodo - You can't remember exactly how you got this mount. Then again, you can't remember much of anything that happens at Brewfest.
    • Bronze Drake - Lost time is never found again. Oh, never mind I found it. -Chronormu
    • Brown Dragon Turtle - Cherished for their heavy carrying capacity and steady gait, these stalwart beasts are the mount of choice for most native Pandaren.
    • Brown Elekk - Patient and strong, the Elekk exemplify the Draenei attitude towards the hardships of life.
    • Brown Horse - A favorite among Stormwind's guards thanks to its patience and stamina.
    • Brown Kodo - "The kodo is the backbone of our people. Wherever the Horde goes - in trade, settlement, or war - there you will find the mighty kodo." - Harb Clawhoof
    • Brown Ram - Male rams will often smash their thick skulls against each other for hours to impress a female. In that way, they're very similar to dwarves.
    • Brown Riding Camel - Fennimore Quigley is credited with milking the first camel and breaking the record for "longest unintentional flight," all in the same afternoon.
    • Brown Riding Goat - It takes unflagging patience and a gentle touch to train obstinate mountain goats for riding.
    • Brown Riding Yak - Riding Yaks are bred to be slimmer and more agile than their kin.
    • Brown Skeletal Horse - The Forsaken believe that without a purpose, even beasts of burden suffer in undeath.
    • Brown Wolf - Can howl loudly enough to be heard for miles.
    • Brutal Nether Drake - The most aggressive nether drakes were awarded those heroes who showed significant prowess and commitment in the gladiatorial arena.
    • Cataclysmic Gladiator's Twilight Drake - Heroes who proved their might in the gladiatorial arenas during the Cataclysm were awarded the most exceptional of the twilight drake broods.
    • Celestial Steed - A beacon of hope; a guiding light in the darkness.
    • Cenarion War Hippogryph - Members of the Cenarion Circle have shared a long and prosperous partnership with their hippogryph allies. When conflict is unavoidable, the Cenarion War Hippogryph is called into service.
    • Challenger's War Yeti - Thankfully they move fast and mostly leave the smell behind them.
    • Champion's Treadblade - Forged by human, gnome, and dwarf, this armored masterpiece is designed to slice a tauren into a tri-tip dinner with a flick of the handlebars.
    • Charger - Redeemed by the Light. Devoted to your cause.
    • Chestnut Mare - Sturdy and steady; "the horse that built Stormwind."
    • Clutch of Ji-Kun - Although Ji-Kun feasted on the failed creations of mogu flesh-shapers, her progeny is willing to eat more pedestrian carcasses.
    • Cobalt Netherwing Drake - After promising to fly you to the ends of Outland, the netherwing drake was eventually drawn to the blue skies of Azeroth as well.
    • Cobalt Primordial Direhorn - "When ya fight alongside raptors, ya want a mount dey can't eat." -Unknown dinomancer
    • Cobalt Riding Talbuk - The orcs once hunted these graceful herd animals as part of the om'riggor rite of passage ceremony.
    • Cobalt War Talbuk - Despite their docile nature, talbuks have been known to gore seasoned warriors to death when threatened.
    • Core Hound - Molten to the core!
    • Corrupted Fire Hawk - Millagazor was a fire hawk loyal to Ragnaros. At this time it is unknown how many of Millagazor's eggs were corrupted.
    • Corrupted Hippogryph - It is a sad fact that even the wise and majestic hippogryph may fall prey to corruption.
    • Creeping Carpet - Can't fly, but can creep very quickly.
    • Crimson Cloud Serpent - Crimson Cloud Serpents are given to flights of fancy,"" striking out on a whim for seemingly random journeys, sometimes for days at a time."
    • Crimson Deathcharger - Stabled in the Icecrown Citadel to serve the Lich King's most favored minions.
    • Crimson Pandaren Phoenix - The plumage of the Crimson Phoenix is said to represent prosperity and happiness.
    • Crimson Primal Direhorn - Leave it to the blood elves to pick the red one.
    • Crimson Water Strider - "Normally bugs are for bait, but how could you look into its eyes and even think that?" -Nat Pagle
    • Crusader's Black Warhorse - Awarded to only the most skilled champions from the Trial of the Crusader, these steeds were chosen for Horde members from Tirion Fordring's own personal stable.
    • Crusader's White Warhorse - Awarded to only the most skilled champions from the Trial of the Crusader, these steeds were chosen for Alliance members from Tirion Fordring's own personal stable.
    • Dark Phoenix - Despite their name, Dark Phoenixes are known to have a warm and cheerful disposition.
    • Dark Riding Talbuk - The orcs once hunted these graceful herd animals as part of the om'riggor rite of passage ceremony.
    • Dark War Talbuk - Despite their docile nature, talbuks have been known to gore seasoned warriors to death when threatened.
    • Darkmoon Dancing Bear - These fearsome mounts have a habit of suddenly breaking out into dance amid battle, much to the annoyance of their riders.
    • Darkspear Raptor - This raptor breed was originally cultivated by the Drakkari, but has since been adopted by the Darkspear tribe in Northrend.
    • Darnassian Nightsaber - When a night elf's mount perishes, it is custom for the rider to keep one of the saber's great fangs as a token of remembrance.
    • Deadly Gladiator's Frost Wyrm - These reanimated vessels of destruction do not fear death; they dispense it.
    • Depleted-Kyparium Rocket - When Kyparite is depleted of its amber essence it becomes fairly resistant to the corrosion from rocket fuel.
    • Dire Wolf - Once thought to be extinct except in the far north. Highly sought by those preparing for winter.
    • Domesticated Razorback - "Domesticated" does not mean "friendly." Bring some treats.
    • Drake of the East Wind - In Deathwing's mad quest to forge new dragons, he ignored amazing breeds never before seen on Azeroth. -Thrall
    • Drake of the North Wind - They sicken of the calm who know the storm.
    • Drake of the South Wind - Gentle as a summer breeze, but that says little considering where it came from. -Itesh
    • Drake of the West Wind - Harnessing the elemental powers of the storm, these majestic beasts crackle like lightning and roar like thunder.
    • Dread Raven - Filled with the hatred of an ancient god, the dread raven are the Arakkoa's most trusted guardians.
    • Dreadsteed - WARNING: It craves only fel energy. Not apples. It hates the seeds.
    • Dreadsteed - WARNING: It craves only fel energy. Not apples. It hates the seeds.
    • Dustmane Direwolf - Cautious by direwolf standards, the dustmane can only be coaxed to ride with something it considers special.
    • Dusty Rockhide - Ever since acquiring this mount, you have been plagued by strange fever dreams of hippety-hoppety clippety-cloppety elekk on parade.
    • Ebon Gryphon - They love lions in Stormwind, and the gryphon is half lion. Of course they might not like which half. -Gryphon Master Talonaxe
    • Emerald Drake - "Is the emerald drake rare? You have no idea. If I had a silver for every time someone asked me about one, I could have retired years ago." --Mei Francis
    • Emerald Hippogryph - These majestic animals come in various colorings, but the emerald variety can only be tamed by the magic of friendship.
    • Emerald Pandaren Phoenix - The colors of this rare phoenix's plumage are said to bring great fortune.
    • Emerald Raptor - Bred from the fiercest stock anywhere and guaranteed not to bite (much).
    • Enchanted Fey Dragon - This majestic creature is Brightwing's older brother. He affirms that she was, in fact, adopted.
    • Exarch's Elekk - Draenei exarchs have long marched into war atop these imposing mounts, bred for their razor-sharp tusks.
    • Exodar Elekk - Exodar Elekk are elekk which have been anointed by O'ros, the Naaru who journeyed from Draenor to Azeroth with Velen and his followers.
    • Experiment 12-B - Some believe Experiment 12-B is the result of a covert SI-7 initiative, others consider it the outcome of embyronic tinkering by goblin scientists. No matter the case, this much is certain: given its strength, speed and agility, Experiment 12-B was a success!
    • Feldrake - Fighting the Burning Legion millennia ago, this valiant drake fell to corruption after its body was infused with raw demonic magic.
    • Felfire Hawk - Felfire is deadly to the touch. Luckily, the hawk can suppress the flames, choosing not to incinerate its rider in an emerald effigy.
    • Felsteed - Corrupted by demonic power and once forced to serve the Shadow Council.
    • Felsteed - Corrupted by demonic power and once forced to serve the Shadow Council.
    • Fiery Warhorse - Was one of the most vicious steeds stabled in Karazhan.
    • Flametalon of Alysrazor - As with their matriarch, Alysrazor, the fury and fervor of these elemental avians are unquenchable.
    • Flameward Hippogryph - Flameward Hippogryphs revel in the defeat of Ragnaros, Lord of Fire.
    • Flying Carpet - Hop aboard this flying carpet to see the shining, shimmering, and splendid world of Azeroth, wonder by wonder.
    • Flying Machine - The backbone of the Alliance air force is comprised predominantly of gnomish flying machines due to their maneuverability and speed.
    • Forsaken Warhorse - When fallen heroes are raised into undeath, so too are their horses.
    • Fossilized Raptor - Legends tell of a spell placed upon a hunting raptor who dared to snarl at young Tyrande Whisperwind as she bathed in a jungle pool. The beast is cursed to wander Azeroth - until it apologizes.
    • Frost Ram - I've not seen this breed in in ages, but when they're ram tough they stick around."" -Veron Amberstill"
    • Frostplains Battleboar - If it didn't have the cool tusk ring, it would feel so silly in that outfit.
    • Frostwolf Howler - Raised in the Alterac Mountains by the Frostwolf Clan.
    • Frosty Flying Carpet - "I remember my first flying carpet... yeti hair and burlap. Not nearly as nice as this one here." - Frozo the Renowned
    • Furious Ashhide Mushan - For some young pandaren, riding these foul-tempered beasts is considered a rite of passage.
    • Furious Gladiator's Frost Wyrm - Some of Azeroth's mightiest dragons have been summoned across the veil between life and death to serve new masters with undying loyalty.
    • Garn Nighthowl - The garn are the most fierce predators on Draenor, and always hunt in packs.
    • Geosynchronous World Spinner - This rocket was originally designed to speed up the rotation of the world making for shorter nights. Gnomes with insomnia can have lofty goals.
    • Ghastly Charger - Not all of Medivh's victims are gone for good.
    • Gnomeregan Mechanostrider - When you absolutely, positively have to be there right now. -Rillie Spindlenut
    • Goblin Trike - A compilation of nuts, bolts, gears, and treated wood paneling make for an unusually smooth ride.
    • Goblin Turbo-Trike - The turbo trike's tri-wheel design adds superior stability and a smaller turn radius over its two wheeled cousins.
    • Golden Cloud Serpent - Golden Cloud Serpents are a treasure to be enjoyed by all who visit the continent of Pandaria.
    • Golden Gryphon - They love lions in Stormwind, and the gryphon is half lion. Of course they might not like which half. -Gryphon Master Talonaxe
    • Golden King - Don't let the saddle fool you, he's wild, not a tame lion.
    • Golden Primal Direhorn - Sharp at both ends and crafty in the middle. Leave it to the trolls to think this was a good idea.
    • Golden Riding Crane - The crane is a symbol of wisdom and nobility, their ability to carry us into the skies is nothing short of miraculous. - Jaluu the Generous
    • Gorerider Gronnling - Once "befriended", a gronnling will happily carry its rider to their death.
    • Grand Armored Gryphon - This noble gryphon is as staunch a battle companion as any member of the Alliance could ask for.
    • Grand Armored Wyvern - This ferocious beast, renowned among wyvern handlers, was one of the first mounts chosen to take part in the Horde's Dominance Offensive.
    • Grand Black War Mammoth - Once used by giants to carry heavily armored warriors, these grand war mammoths can easily bear more than one rider of less-than-giant stature.
    • Grand Black War Mammoth - Rarely, a war mammoth is born stronger and more tractable than its peers. These mammoths are dubbed "grand" and carry more than one rider to the front lines.
    • Grand Caravan Mammoth - Merchants trust only this thundering, mountainous steed to protect them when venturing down Azeroth's most dangerous trade routes.
    • Grand Caravan Mammoth - A common sight on trade routes all across Azeroth, this calm, stalwart mount is the favorite of merchants traveling to exotic and distant markets.
    • Grand Expedition Yak - These beasts of burden are known to carry over five times their own weight and to be capable of lasting several days without food or water.
    • Grand Gryphon - Gryphons' keen eyesight allows them to see over vast distances and warn their riders of any dangers that lie ahead.
    • Grand Ice Mammoth - At home on the narrow, icy trails of the Storm Peaks, these mammoths are the only mounts the ice giants trust to carry large loads and multiple riders.
    • Grand Ice Mammoth - Due to high winds and avalanches, the Sons of Hodir recommend bringing at least two companions if venturing into the dangerous Storm Peaks.
    • Grand Wyvern - Wyverns hail from some of the most inhospitable regions of Kalimdor, making them masters of adapting to any environment.
    • Gray Elekk - Patient and strong, the Elekk exemplify the Draenei attitude towards the hardships of life.
    • Gray Kodo - "The kodo is the backbone of our people. Wherever the Horde goes - in trade, settlement, or war - there you will find the mighty kodo." - Harb Clawhoof
    • Gray Ram - Male rams will often smash their thick skulls against each other for hours to impress a female. In that way, they're very similar to dwarves.
    • Gray Wolf - This breed of wolf prefers hunting in the fog, relying on its smoky hide to camouflage it from unsuspecting prey.
    • Great Black Dragon Turtle - "Packaged upgrades include; dual-lantern fog lights, emergency brew keg, and genuine Tanji leather seat." - Turtlemaster Odai
    • Great Blue Dragon Turtle - "Packaged upgrades include; dual-lantern fog lights, emergency brew keg, and genuine Tanji leather seat." - Turtlemaster Odai
    • Great Blue Elekk - An alpha member of the herd, this elekk is a prime example of the mighty creatures which thunder through Northern Nagrand.
    • Great Brewfest Kodo - Coren Direbrew won this prize after drinking a Tauren druid under the table - and the druid was in bear form. It was one of Direbrew's proudest moments.
    • Great Brown Dragon Turtle - "Packaged upgrades include; dual-lantern fog lights, emergency brew keg, and genuine Tanji leather seat." - Turtlemaster Odai
    • Great Brown Kodo - An alpha member of the herd, this kodo is a prime example of the mighty creatures which thunder through the Northern Barrens.
    • Great Exarch's Elekk - Only the most distinguished paladins are given the honor of riding this elekk. Its plated armor and purple adornments have been blessed by Prophet Velen himself.
    • Great Golden Kodo - An alpha member of the herd, this kodo is a prime example of the mighty creatures which thunder through the Southern Barrens.
    • Great Gray Kodo - An alpha member of the herd, this kodo is a prime example of the mighty creatures which thunder through Desolace.
    • Great Green Dragon Turtle - Cherished for their heavy carrying capacity and steady gait, these stalwart beasts are the mount of choice for most native Pandaren.
    • Great Green Elekk - An alpha member of the herd, this elekk is a prime example of the mighty creatures which thunder through Northern Nagrand.
    • Great Greytusk - Sheds its tusks once a year. Is extremely shy until they grow back.
    • Great Purple Dragon Turtle - "Packaged upgrades include; dual-lantern fog lights, emergency brew keg, and genuine Tanji leather seat." - Turtlemaster Odai
    • Great Purple Elekk - An alpha member of the herd, this elekk is a prime example of the mighty creatures which thunder through Northern Nagrand.
    • Great Red Dragon Turtle - "Packaged upgrades include; dual-lantern fog lights, emergency brew keg, and genuine Tanji leather seat." - Turtlemaster Odai
    • Great Red Elekk - Never seen in Nagrand, the first red elekk calves were born in Azeroth after the Exodar's arrival. Some breeders theorize that the unique coloration is somehow caused by the same radiation which ravaged Bloodmyst Isle.
    • Great Sunwalker Kodo - At daybreak, the noble Sunwalkers often perform rituals to bless their mounts, imbuing them with holy magic.
    • Great White Kodo - A rare albino of the species first spotted in Desolace. The centaur claim that a white kodo is a harbinger of doom.
    • Green Dragon Turtle - Cherished for their heavy carrying capacity and steady gait, these stalwart beasts are the mount of choice for most native Pandaren.
    • Green Kodo - An alpha member of the herd, this kodo is a prime example of the mighty creatures which thunder through Desolace.
    • Green Mechanostrider - "The terradynamic exo-plotters are conjoined by hydraulic imaging to the equilibrium enhancers..." -Binjy Featherwhistle
    • Green Mechanostrider - "The terradynamic exo-plotters are conjoined by hydraulic imaging to the equilibrium enhancers..." -Binjy Featherwhistle
    • Green Primal Raptor - "Raptors are as loyal as they are vicious. If you ain't friend, you are food." -Kijara
    • Green Proto-Drake - The vrykul were the first to recognize their potential. Or maybe the second, depending on how you look at it.
    • Green Qiraji Battle Tank - This (relatively) domesticated silithid is at home only in the desert sands of Ahn'Qiraj.
    • Green Riding Nether Ray - Nether Rays are among the most trusted, versatile mounts in all of Outland and beyond.
    • Green Shado-Pan Riding Tiger - "When waking a tiger, use a long stick. Better yet, tell your friend to wake the tiger instead." --Pandaren Proverb
    • Green Skeletal Warhorse - When fallen heroes are raised into undeath, so too are their horses.
    • Green Wind Rider - After being freed from vicious harpies by Cairne and Thrall, many of these creatures became valuable companions of the Horde.
    • Grey Riding Camel - Fennimore Quigley is credited with milking the first camel and breaking the record for "longest unintentional flight," all in the same afternoon.
    • Grey Riding Yak - Riding Yaks are bred to be slimmer and more agile than their kin.
    • Grievous Gladiator's Cloud Serpent - These brilliantly colored cloud serpents have scales that are a mixture of ruby, gold, and nearly violet.
    • Grinning Reaver - The difference between a smile and a grin is the difference between a kiss and tasting.
    • Headless Horseman's Mount - Be it into the flood, or into the fire, this one will go where you require.
    • Heart of the Aspects - You are Azeroth's true guardians and the future of this world is in your hands, for the dawning of the age of mortals has begun. - Alexstrasza
    • Hearthsteed - Each step echoes with the rage of your three opponents.
    • Heavenly Azure Cloud Serpent - Warmth and serenity emanate from this great creature, which glows like the cloudless sky of a summer afternoon.
    • Heavenly Crimson Cloud Serpent - Heavenly Crimson Cloud Serpents are considered to be among the noblest of dragons.
    • Heavenly Golden Cloud Serpent - Warmth and hope emanate from this great creature, which glows like a sunrise over the mountains.
    • Heavenly Jade Cloud Serpent - Warmth and wisdom emanate from this great creature, which glows like moonlight passing through the finest jade.
    • Heavenly Onyx Cloud Serpent - Heavenly Onyx Cloud Serpents are born with violet scales covering the entirety of their body. Over time, these scales darken to the color of onyx.
    • Ice Mammoth - The Sons of Hodir believe that riding an ice-white mammoth will protect the rider from frostbite and snow blindness.
    • Ice Mammoth - Many ice giants claim that they have trained their favored white mammoths to trigger avalanches with their trumpeting calls.
    • Icebound Frostbrood Vanquisher - Raised from the chilling depths of Icecrown, Frostbrood Vanquishers are considered among the fiercest and most relentless of all frost wyrms.
    • Icy Blue Mechanostrider Mod A - This historic piece of gnomish engineering was forced into retirement due to its extremely "touchy" gyroscometer.
    • Imperial Quilen - Favorite pets of the ancient Mogu princes, Quilen make loyal and fearless companions and mounts.
    • Invincible - The famous steed of Arthas Menethil, who serves its master in life and in death. Riding him is truly a feat of strength.
    • Iron Skyreaver - Iron Horde beastmasters bred this rylak for war and then girded it for battle in black steel and smoldering flame.
    • Ironbound Proto-Drake - His skin more hard than brass was found, that sword nor spear could pierce nor wound.
    • Ironforge Ram - Wildhammer Fact Checker claims that this specific breed was the first type of ram domesticated by the dwarves when they settled in Dun Morogh.
    • Ironhoof Destroyer - Chieftain Blackhand is said to have personally designed the fiery armaments used on the Iron Horde's clefthoof battle mounts.
    • Ironside Warwolf - It has an armored spike on its tail. Scratch its belly at your own risk.
    • Ivory Raptor - Bred from the fiercest stock anywhere and guaranteed not to bite (much).
    • Ivory Raptor - Bred from the fiercest stock anywhere and guaranteed not to bite (much).
    • Jade Cloud Serpent - Jade Cloud Serpents are light and agile; quick and deadly.
    • Jade Pandaren Kite - The residents of Pandaria salute your enthusiasm for wildlife preservation. They do have concerns about housing 150 animals per visit, though.
    • Jade Panther - Legends say that an ancient pandaren emperor crafted the first jeweled panther for his son after the boy's twin brother died of an illness.
    • Jade Primordial Direhorn - The festive coloring belies deadly intent.
    • Jeweled Onyx Panther - Trade Prince Gallywix recently ordered dozens of these glittering jewel-encrusted mounts to roam the grounds of his pleasure palace.
    • Kor'kron Annihilator - Vicious in battle and surprisingly loyal, this battle scorpion serves only those who show true commitment to a powerful guild.
    • Kor'kron Juggernaut - The Kor'kron Juggernaut is a weapon of unbridled destruction, born from the mind of Garrosh Hellscream and made real by his engineers.
    • Kor'kron War Wolf - The Kor'kron use only the mightiest wolves for their mounts, bedecking them in armor that would break the backs of lesser creatures.
    • Life-Binder's Handmaiden - Alexstrasza, the former dragon Aspect of Life, is known to be a kind and patient mentor. Under her tutelage, only the most dedicated pupils acquire the title of "Life-Binder's Handmaiden."
    • Magic Rooster - Magic in the hands of a genius can do wonderful, miraculous things. Magic in the hands of an idiot can make a giant rooster.
    • Magic Rooster - Magic in the hands of a genius can do wonderful, miraculous things. Magic in the hands of an idiot can make a giant rooster.
    • Magic Rooster - Magic in the hands of a genius can do wonderful, miraculous things. Magic in the hands of an idiot can make a giant rooster.
    • Magic Rooster - Magic in the hands of a genius can do wonderful, miraculous things. Magic in the hands of an idiot can make a giant rooster.
    • Magnificent Flying Carpet - Standard features include a sturdy imbued frostweave frame and real iceweb spider silk threading. Spare head pillow sold separately.
    • Malevolent Gladiator's Cloud Serpent - These cloud serpents have scales that... are the color of clouds, actually.
    • Mechano-Hog - Difficult to build and to maintain, these hogs more than make up for their expense through sheer cool factor.
    • Mekgineer's Chopper - Sporting superb engineering craftsmanship, this chopper is one of the few personal vehicles on Azeroth built for two.
    • Merciless Nether Drake - The most aggressive nether drakes were awarded those heroes who showed significant prowess and commitment in the gladiatorial arena.
    • Merciless Nether Drake - The most aggressive nether drakes were awarded those heroes who showed significant prowess and commitment in the gladiatorial arena.
    • Mimiron's Head - A token of titan craftsmanship hoarded by the Old God, Yogg-Saron. Currently the single largest mechanical gnome head in Azeroth.
    • Mosshide Riverwallow - Aggressive and territorial, the mosshide is known for hiding in river-shore scrub and ambushing unwary passersby.
    • Mottled Drake - I thought the thing was ill until it took to the air. It flies as true as any of my own. -Alexstrasza
    • Mottled Meadowstomper - The elekk's long trunk allows it to sniff out sources of food, avoid danger, and steal snacks from your bags when you're not looking.
    • Mottled Red Raptor - Bred from the fiercest stock anywhere and guaranteed not to bite (much).
    • Mountain Horse - Images of this breed are often found on kegs of watered-down dwarven brew.
    • Nether Drake - The moods of these tempestuous mounts are known to shift as unpredictably and as violently as their physical forms.
    • Obsidian Nightwing - When you can't run, you crawl, and when you can't crawl you find someone to carry you.
    • Ochre Skeletal Warhorse - When fallen heroes are raised into undeath, so too are their horses.
    • Onyx Cloud Serpent - Onyx Cloud serpents are known to be more aggressive and daring than their cousins, the Heavenly Onyx Cloud Serpents.
    • Onyx Netherwing Drake - After promising to fly you to the ends of Outland, the netherwing drake was eventually drawn to the blue skies of Azeroth as well.
    • Onyxian Drake - She has a lot in common with her mother, except for the being killed and reanimated. But she is young still. -Maloriak
    • Orgrimmar Wolf - For a brief time, many orcs would declare themselves "hungry like an Orgrimmar wolf." Some blood elves still use the phrase ironically.
    • Pale Thorngrazer - This talbuk subsists completely on a diet of thistles and thorns, making its insides as tough as its outside.
    • Palomino - Human nobles have long favored this majestic breed for its beautiful golden coat and flowing white mane.
    • Pandaren Kite - This "mount," awarded by the Lorewalkers of Pandaria, is a reward to the hero of their organization.
    • Pandaren Kite - This token of honor is a gift from the Lorewalkers of Pandaria. Flying manual seemingly not included, however.
    • Phosphorescent Stone Drake - The Stonemother has shown little concern for the rebellious Aeonaxx, even allowing his spawn to be taken from her realm.
    • Pinto - Its calm temperament makes it ideal to train young children in horseback riding.
    • Plagued Proto-Drake - Bred specifically to honor those heroes who showed significant courage and persistence facing the dangers in Northrend.
    • Prideful Gladiator's Cloud Serpent - These brilliantly colored cloud serpents have scales that range from gold to pink. Or we could call it coral.
    • Pureblood Fire Hawk - Legends state that the Pureblood line may be traced back to the very creation of the Firelands.
    • Purple Dragon Turtle - Cherished for their heavy carrying capacity and steady gait, these stalwart beasts are the mount of choice for most native Pandaren.
    • Purple Elekk - Patient and strong, the Elekk exemplify the Draenei attitude towards the hardships of life.
    • Purple Hawkstrider - Some of our brethren prefer horses, but the hawkstrider will always be the true symbol of Silvermoon. -Winaestra
    • Purple Netherwing Drake - After promising to fly you to the ends of Outland, the netherwing drake was eventually drawn to the blue skies of Azeroth as well.
    • Purple Riding Nether Ray - Nether Rays are among the most trusted, versatile mounts in all of Outland and beyond.
    • Purple Skeletal Warhorse - When fallen heroes are raised into undeath, so too are their horses.
    • Quel'dorei Steed - Comes from a lineage of fine horses that once grazed near the shores of the Well of Eternity.
    • Raven Lord - The rest be forgotten to walk upon the ground, clipped wings and shame. -Word of the Raven
    • Red Dragon Turtle - Cherished for their heavy carrying capacity and steady gait, these stalwart beasts are the mount of choice for most native Pandaren.
    • Red Dragonhawk - Dragonhawks are among the deadliest known predators. They are able to spot prey from great distances, rush in, and rend with both talon and beak.
    • Red Drake - You should never listen to minstrels' fancies. A dragon would never hurt a soul, unless they tried to hurt him first.
    • Red Flying Cloud - An ancient Mogu artifact awarded to those who are deeply committed to the discovery and sharing of Pandaren lore.
    • Red Hawkstrider - Some of our brethren prefer horses, but the hawkstrider will always be the true symbol of Silvermoon. -Winaestra
    • Red Mechanostrider - "The terradynamic exo-plotters are conjoined by hydraulic imaging to the equilibrium enhancers..." -Binjy Featherwhistle
    • Red Primal Raptor - Raptors have spread to nearly all of the lands of Azeroth. It is uncertain whether the trolls led them or followed them.
    • Red Proto-Drake - The vrykul were the first to recognize their potential. Or maybe the second, depending on how you look at it.
    • Red Qiraji Battle Tank - This (relatively) domesticated silithid is at home only in the desert sands of Ahn'Qiraj.
    • Red Riding Nether Ray - Nether Rays are among the most trusted, versatile mounts in all of Outland and beyond.
    • Red Shado-Pan Riding Tiger - "When waking a tiger, use a long stick. Better yet, tell your friend to wake the tiger instead." --Pandaren Proverb
    • Red Skeletal Horse - The Forsaken believe that without a purpose, even beasts of burden suffer in undeath.
    • Red Skeletal Warhorse - When fallen heroes are raised into undeath, so too are their horses.
    • Red Wolf - Almost none remain in the whole of Azeroth; only the most experienced will have seen one.
    • Red Wolf - Almost none remain in the whole of Azeroth; only the most experienced will have seen one.
    • Regal Riding Crane - The crane is a symbol of wisdom and nobility. Their ability to carry us into the skies is nothing short of miraculous. - Jaluu the Generous
    • Relentless Gladiator's Frost Wyrm - In life, it could not be tamed, but necromancy and esoteric binding rituals have now combined to bend this indomitable creature to its rider's will.
    • Riding Kodo - "The kodo is the backbone of our people. Wherever the Horde goes - in trade, settlement, or war - there you will find the mighty kodo." - Harb Clawhoof
    • Riding Turtle - Slow and steady might not always win you the race but it'll get you there... eventually.
    • Rivendare's Deathcharger - When Baron Rivendare became a champion of the Scourge, he condemned his favorite horse to join him in undeath.
    • Ruby Panther - Legends say that an ancient pandaren emperor crafted the first jeweled panther for his son after the boy's twin brother died of an illness.
    • Rusted Proto-Drake - Not as shiny as the other one, but it's still a great find lads. Brann Bronzebeard
    • Ruthless Gladiator's Twilight Drake - Heroes who proved their might in the gladiatorial arenas during the Cataclysm were awarded the most exceptional of the twilight drake broods.
    • Sandstone Drake - Sandstone Drakes were studied in great detail long ago by the famed alchemist Walleye Sprysprocket. It has even been said that Walleye developed potions to mimic the drakes' physiology.
    • Sapphire Panther - Legends say that an ancient pandaren emperor crafted the first jeweled panther for his son after the boy's twin brother died of an illness.
    • Sapphire Riverbeast - This animal's color mimics the clear blue of Draenor's river shallows, making it almost invisible to aquatic predators.
    • Savage Raptor - One-time companion of Kanga the Primal, the fallen troll hero. The raptor's name is unknown, for Kanga only spoke to it in bear form.
    • Sea Turtle - Often caught by fishermen at a young age, these mounts are much more comfortable in the water than they are on land.
    • Shadowmane Charger - Draenei poets have likened this talbuk's coloring to shadows cast by moonlight in an ashen forest.
    • Silver Covenant Hippogryph - Silver Covenant Hippogryphs are fiercely loyal, both to their riding partners, and to the Alliance.
    • Silver Riding Nether Ray - Nether Rays are among the most trusted, versatile mounts in all of Outland and beyond.
    • Silver Riding Talbuk - The orcs once hunted these graceful herd animals as part of the om'riggor rite of passage ceremony.
    • Silver War Talbuk - Despite their docile nature, talbuks have been known to gore seasoned warriors to death when threatened.
    • Silvermoon Hawkstrider - So I says I feel like chicken tonight. Next thing, I am flat out and that thing is trying to see what my eyes taste like. -Bozzle Blastbolt
    • Skeletal Horse - Like most undead creatures, it did not choose its fate.
    • Sky Golem - A glorious feat of engineering, the sky golem takes traditional shredder technology to a whole new level (and altitude!).
    • Slate Primordial Direhorn - The masks aren't to control the direhorn; they are so no one sees your face when it turns on you.
    • Snowy Gryphon - They love lions in Stormwind, and the gryphon is half lion. Of course they might not like which half. -Gryphon Master Talonaxe
    • Solar Spirehawk - Looking into the eyes of this mystical beast is like peering into the heart of the sun. Goggles are recommended when you're riding.
    • Son of Galleon - Trained from a young age, these massive kushan are taught to thunder into battle carrying a full saurok warband.
    • Spawn of Galakras - This formidable creature's lineage may be traced to Galakras, and yet further to Galakrond, one of the most infamous of all proto-dragons.
    • Spawn of Horridon - When you see a hurricane coming, you get out of the way. Horridon would fight the hurricane and win.
    • Spectral Gryphon - When you said an old friend was coming back, this was not quite what I expected. -Bralla Cloudwing
    • Spectral Steed - Dark spirits flee before the radiance of its presence.
    • Spectral Tiger - In true goblin fashion, Landro Longshot has put a stranglehold on the distribution of these mysterious incorporeal mounts.
    • Spectral Wind Rider - How do you not fall right through that thing? -Maztha
    • Spectral Wolf - Fears only fire.
    • Spotted Frostsaber - This hearty mount's ferocious appetite earned it the nickname "Dragon Belly" in the night elf language.
    • Stormpike Battle Charger - The Stormpike clan's mount trainers have a tradition of etching their names onto the left horn of every battle ram they raise.
    • Stormwind Steed - Although raised in Stormwind, this breed showed unusual aptitude for the cold weather in Icecrown.
    • Striped Dawnsaber - Night elves once believed that seeing this light colored saber breed in the wild was an ill omen.
    • Striped Frostsaber - This hearty mount's ferocious appetite earned it the nickname "Dragon Belly" in the night elf language.
    • Striped Nightsaber - Considered one of Azeroth's perfect predators, these agile beasts can sprint through dense forests without making a sound.
    • Subdued Seahorse - "One has not truly lived until they have felt the tidal current rushing through their hair while atop a majestic seahorse," said no one. Ever.
    • Sunhide Gronnling - Loves the sun, hates everything else.
    • Sunreaver Dragonhawk - The Sunreavers of Dalaran select only the swiftest and most formidable of dragonhawks as their mounts.
    • Sunreaver Hawkstrider - I demand speed, grace and discipline on the battlefield. This one will serve nicely. -Eressea Dawnsinger
    • Sunstone Panther - Legends say that an ancient pandaren emperor crafted the first jeweled panther for his son after the boy's twin brother died of an illness.
    • Sunwalker Kodo - This magnificent beast, adorned in sacred charms and painted with holy imagery, radiates with the warmth of the sun.
    • Swift Alliance Steed - A few of the Argent Crusade's swiftest mounts were awarded to those members of the Alliance who performed exceptionally during the tournament in Icecrown.
    • Swift Blue Gryphon - The Horde had dragons, we had the gryphons. We won that war. - Ilsa Blusterbrew
    • Swift Blue Raptor - Longtime allies of the trolls, these jungle hunters form a special bond with their masters. They become steed, guardian, and friend.
    • Swift Breezestrider - Draenei have relied on this mount, the swiftest of all talbuk, to relay messengers and their missives safely to their destinations.
    • Swift Brewfest Ram - Dwarves attribute this breed's even temperament to rigorous training, but other races argue that a daily diet of strong ale has something to do with it.
    • Swift Brown Ram - The Barak Tor'ol ram's thick bony skull and massive horns make it the ideal mount for charging through groups of armored enemies.
    • Swift Brown Steed - A veteran of some of the toughest battles fought by the Argent Crusade.
    • Swift Brown Steed - A veteran of some of the toughest battles fought by the Argent Crusade.
    • Swift Brown Wolf - The wolves of the Horde are befriended, not domesticated.
    • Swift Burgundy Wolf - The wolves of the Horde are befriended, not domesticated.
    • Swift Forest Strider - This vibrant breed can only be found in the forests of Darkmoon Island.
    • Swift Frostsaber - Night elves raise frostsaber cubs from infancy, forging lifelong bonds of trust between rider and beast.
    • Swift Frostwolf - Amidst the cold heights of Frostfire, the frostwolves hunt anything they can catch. The fastest among them eat well.
    • Swift Gray Ram - The Barak Tor'ol ram's thick bony skull and massive horns make it the ideal mount for charging through groups of armored enemies.
    • Swift Gray Steed - A veteran of some of the toughest battles fought by the Argent Crusade.
    • Swift Gray Wolf - The wolves of the Horde are befriended, not domesticated.
    • Swift Green Gryphon - The Horde had dragons, we had the gryphons. We won that war. - Ilsa Blusterbrew
    • Swift Green Hawkstrider - Their plumage is more beautiful than any other. Subtlety is for the birds! I mean... other birds. -Viera Sunwhisper
    • Swift Green Mechanostrider - We have made a lot of improvements, but they are still based on the Mekkatorque designs. -Milli Featherwhistle
    • Swift Green Wind Rider - I still don't get why they fly faster when you put armor on them. -Drakma
    • Swift Horde Wolf - A few of the Argent Crusade's swiftest mounts were awarded to those members of the Horde who performed exceptionally during the tournament in Icecrown.
    • Swift Lovebird - It's like red but not quite.
    • Swift Mistsaber - Some historians claim that this breed's misty grey coat is the result of ancient Highborne experiments conducted on nightsabers.
    • Swift Moonsaber - Many night elves revere these proud mounts because their shimmering coats symbolize the goddess of the moon, Elune.
    • Swift Mountain Horse - Longs for the day it may return to its home in Gilneas.
    • Swift Nether Drake - The most aggressive nether drakes were awarded those heroes who showed significant prowess and commitment in the gladiatorial arena.
    • Swift Olive Raptor - Longtime allies of the trolls, these jungle hunters form a special bond with their masters. They become mount, guardian, and friend.
    • Swift Orange Raptor - Longtime allies of the trolls, these jungle hunters form a special bond with their masters. They become mount, guardian, and friend.
    • Swift Palomino - Prized by horse breeders for their discipline and steadfastness.
    • Swift Pink Hawkstrider - "Their plumage is more beautiful than any other. Subtlety is for the birds! I mean... other birds." -Viera Sunwhisper
    • Swift Purple Gryphon - The Horde had dragons, we had the gryphons. We won that war. - Ilsa Blusterbrew
    • Swift Purple Hawkstrider - Their plumage is more beautiful than any other. Subtlety is for the birds! I mean... other birds. -Viera Sunwhisper
    • Swift Purple Raptor - Longtime allies of the trolls, these jungle hunters form a special bond with their masters. They become mount, guardian, and friend.
    • Swift Purple Wind Rider - I still don't get why they fly faster when you put armor on them. -Drakma
    • Swift Razzashi Raptor - The only known Razzashi Raptors were said to have been in the custody of Bloodlord Mandokir in Zul'Gurub. This species of raptor has not been seen in many years.
    • Swift Red Gryphon - The Horde had dragons, we had the gryphons. We won that war. - Ilsa Blusterbrew
    • Swift Red Hawkstrider - What do you mean is it dyed? Oh, the bird. We did touch up the red just a little. -Trellis Morningsun
    • Swift Red Wind Rider - I still don't get why they fly faster when you put armor on them. -Drakma
    • Swift Shorestrider - A rarity amongst the tallstrider breeds of Kalimdor, but easily recognized by its pungent dead seaweed aroma.
    • Swift Spectral Gryphon - Even the dead need a lift every now and then.
    • Swift Spectral Tiger - Historians claim that these incorporeal beasts were created when Draenor exploded, unleashing energies that warped the world's flora and fauna.
    • Swift Springstrider - The joys of Noblegarden are best when celebrated with this loyal, loving, and blandly-colored freak of nature.
    • Swift Stormsaber - Rumor has it that this breed was named after the renowned archdruid Malfurion Stormrage.
    • Swift Timber Wolf - The wolves of the Horde are befriended, not domesticated.
    • Swift Violet Ram - The Barak Tor'ol ram's thick bony skull and massive horns make it the ideal mount for charging through groups of armored enemies.
    • Swift Warstrider - You watch what happens when their master is attacked and you will see those birds in a whole new light. - Raider Bork
    • Swift White Hawkstrider - I may question Prince Kael'thas's loyalties, but never his style. -Elrodan
    • Swift White Mechanostrider - We have made a lot of improvements, but they are still based on the Mekkatorque designs. -Milli Featherwhistle
    • Swift White Ram - The Barak Tor'ol ram's thick bony skull and massive horns make it the ideal mount for charging through groups of armored enemies.
    • Swift White Steed - A veteran of some of the toughest battles fought by the Argent Crusade.
    • Swift Windsteed - One of Pandaria's most elusive creatures, said to bring good fortune to its rider.
    • Swift Yellow Mechanostrider - We have made a lot of improvements, but they are still based on the Mekkatorque designs. -Milli Featherwhistle
    • Swift Yellow Wind Rider - I still don't get why they fly faster when you put armor on them. -Drakma
    • Swift Zhevra - Zhevras are rarely used as mounts in Azeroth due to their stubborn nature and tendency to bite.
    • Swift Zhevra - Zhevras are rarely used as mounts in Azeroth due to their stubborn nature and tendency to bite.
    • Swift Zulian Panther - The jungle trolls have long coveted panther fangs, using them for rituals or as ingredients in mojos.
    • Swift Zulian Tiger - The last known Zulian tigers were kept by High Priest Thekal, deep within Zul'Gurub. They are said to have been hunted into extinction.
    • Tan Riding Camel - Fennimore Quigley is credited with milking the first camel and breaking the record for "longest unintentional flight," all in the same afternoon.
    • Tan Riding Talbuk - The orcs once hunted these graceful herd animals as part of the om'riggor rite of passage ceremony.
    • Tan War Talbuk - Despite their docile nature, talbuks have been known to gore seasoned warriors to death when threatened.
    • Tawny Wind Rider - After being freed from vicious harpies by Cairne and Thrall, many of these creatures became valuable companions of the Horde.
    • Teal Kodo - "The kodo is the backbone of our people. Wherever the Horde goes - in trade, settlement, or war - there you will find the mighty kodo." - Harb Clawhoof
    • Thalassian Charger - Basking in the power of M'uru has strengthened its will.
    • Thalassian Warhorse - A loyal companion to any who would protect Silvermoon.
    • Thunder Bluff Kodo - An alpha member of the herd, this kodo is a prime example of the mighty creatures which thunder through Mulgore.
    • Thundering August Cloud Serpent - From their infancy, Thundering Cloud Serpents are drawn to storms. They have been known to chase lightning through the blackened, roiling clouds, and to bathe in the pouring rain.
    • Thundering Cobalt Cloud Serpent - This is a descendant of the irascible Nalak. Lightning erupts from its scales and arcs over the saddle. Dare you sit?
    • Thundering Jade Cloud Serpent - From their infancy, Thundering Cloud Serpents are drawn to storms. They have been known to chase lightning through the blackened, roiling clouds, and to bathe in the pouring rain.
    • Thundering Onyx Cloud Serpent - This ebony cloud serpent is a lightning-wreathed vision of such rarity as to have driven many mortals to madness.
    • Thundering Ruby Cloud Serpent - From their infancy, Thundering Cloud Serpents are drawn to storms. They have been known to chase lightning through the blackened, roiling clouds, and to bathe in the pouring rain.
    • Timber Wolf - Can howl loudly enough to be heard for miles.
    • Time-Lost Proto-Drake - The only reason for time is so that everything doesn't happen at once.
    • Trained Icehoof - It wasn't until you owned this mount that you understood how much the world of Draenor would test you. Clefthoof hair gets in everything!
    • Trained Meadowstomper - The draenei perfected elekk husbandry long ago, adorning the creatures with Light-infused crystals to make them more docile.
    • Trained Riverwallow - Riverwallows are one of the heartiest beasts on Draenor, resulting in their increased stamina and distinctive coloring.
    • Trained Rocktusk - Thoroughly trained in how to snort, trot, and stomp on the faces of its enemies.
    • Trained Silverpelt - Prized for its intelligence, this breed of talbuk can be trained to execute defensive kicks and gorings in battle.
    • Trained Snarler - Enormously cute as a puppy. Slightly less so now.
    • Traveler's Tundra Mammoth - Ancient manuscripts depict merchants traveling across the frozen tundra with these colossal beasts, leading scholars to believe they are the first domesticated mounts.
    • Traveler's Tundra Mammoth - Riders and merchants alike trust only this strong and steadfast mammoth to carry them safely across the frigid tundra.
    • Turbo-Charged Flying Machine - Only the most talented engineers have the courage and the mental stamina to create a flying machine that boasts stability and safety. Turbo-charging one is just crazy!
    • Turbostrider - The mirror's not so you can look back, but so your foes can see something besides your tailpipes. -Rillie Spindlenut
    • Turquoise Raptor - Bred from the fiercest stock anywhere and guaranteed not to bite (much).
    • Twilight Drake - But the most important rule, the rule you can never forget, no matter how much he cries, no matter how much he begs, never feed him after midnight.
    • Twilight Harbinger - Whatever dark magic once compelled the Twilight Harbinger is now broken... or is it?
    • Tyrael's Charger - A symbol of justice throughout all known realms.
    • Tyrannical Gladiator's Cloud Serpent - These cloud serpents always look elegant and slim in classic black.
    • Ultramarine Qiraji Battle Tank - The Tol'vir sorcerer Azj'Aqir was said to possess a scepter that would allow him to control a Qiraj battle tank outside of its Silithus home.
    • Unpainted Mechanostrider - "The terradynamic exo-plotters are conjoined by hydraulic imaging to the equilibrium enhancers..." -Binjy Featherwhistle
    • Vashj'ir Seahorse - Stubborn until broken, these underwater mounts provide the swiftest means of travel around the depths of Vashj'ir.
    • Vengeful Nether Drake - The most aggressive nether drakes were awarded those heroes who showed significant prowess and commitment in the gladiatorial arena.
    • Venomhide Ravasaur - You raised this thing from a scaly pup - Mor'vek would be so proud. But he'd still make you clean up the mess it made in the corner.
    • Veridian Netherwing Drake - After promising to fly you to the ends of Outland, the netherwing drake was eventually drawn to the blue skies of Azeroth as well.
    • Vicious Gladiator's Twilight Drake - Heroes who proved their might in the gladiatorial arenas during the Cataclysm were awarded the most exceptional of the twilight drake broods.
    • Vicious Skeletal Warhorse - Only rewarded to those who have bested their foes in battle.
    • Vicious War Ram - Until it head-butts you below the belt, it has not truly accepted you as its rider.
    • Vicious War Raptor - Because sharp teeth and claws weren't enough.
    • Vicious War Steed - Armored to withstand collisions in battle.
    • Vicious War Wolf - At Warchief Hellscream's command, Horde trainers began raising wolves to thrive in the shock and ferocity of sustained combat.
    • Vicious Warsaber - The blades adorning this mount's armor are designed to both inspire fear and pre-slice meals for the warsaber.
    • Violet Netherwing Drake - After promising to fly you to the ends of Outland, the netherwing drake was eventually drawn to the blue skies of Azeroth as well.
    • Violet Pandaren Phoenix - The Violet Phoenix's plumage is said to symbolize a union of opposing forces.
    • Violet Proto-Drake - I cannot help but wonder if things would have turned out different if the titans had elevated even one more dragonflight. -Alexstrasza
    • Violet Raptor - Bred from the fiercest stock anywhere and guaranteed not to bite (much).
    • Vitreous Stone Drake - Those would be perfect in a pendant, and that would make a fantastic ring. Let me know if this thing sheds or molts or whatever. -Kalinda
    • Volcanic Stone Drake - Fire can transform stone in exciting ways, but never let the Stonemother know I said that. -Earthcaller Yevaa
    • Warforged Nightmare - A nightmarish steed of hardened steel and vengeful spirits, this companion will follow you to the depths of the Firelands and back without complaint.
    • Warhorse - Trained to stand firm in righteous combat.
    • Warlord's Deathwheel - Often referred to as the "Goblin Lawn Mower", this growling behemoth treats enemies like they are made of grass... ready to be mown down.
    • White Kodo - "The kodo is the backbone of our people. Wherever the Horde goes - in trade, settlement, or war - there you will find the mighty kodo." - Harb Clawhoof
    • White Mechanostrider Mod B - Forced to recall the model after numerous complaints of an "uncontrollable throttle", Gnomish engineers now refer to a proto-type blunder as a "model B".
    • White Polar Bear - The frost vrykul believe that wearing a necklace of polar bear claws will grant them otherworldly strength.
    • White Ram - Male rams will often smash their thick skulls against each other for hours to impress a female. In that way, they're very similar to dwarves.
    • White Riding Camel - Fennimore Quigley is credited with milking the first camel and breaking the record for "longest unintentional flight," all in the same afternoon.
    • White Riding Goat - It takes unflagging patience and a gentle touch to train obstinate mountain goats for riding.
    • White Riding Talbuk - The orcs once hunted these graceful herd animals as part of the om'riggor rite of passage ceremony.
    • White Riding Yak - Riding Yaks are bred to be slimmer and more agile than their kin.
    • White Skeletal Warhorse - When fallen heroes are raised into undeath, so too are their horses.
    • White Stallion - The powerful and unyielding white stallion features heavily in the myths of ancient human tribes.
    • White Stallion - The powerful and unyielding white stallion features heavily in the myths of ancient human tribes.
    • White War Talbuk - Despite their docile nature, talbuks have been known to gore seasoned warriors to death when threatened.
    • Winged Guardian - Unearthed recently in an ancient tomb, this mighty winged lion may have once served one of the ancient Tol'vir princes.
    • Winged Steed of the Ebon Blade - Dead or alive, you're coming with me.
    • Winter Wolf - Ancient furbolg legends claim that wolves born with a white coat are blessed by Azeroth's two moons.
    • Winterspring Frostsaber - Taming this savage breed requires patience, strength, and a large supply of fake mice and twine.
    • Wooly Mammoth - Directly descended from the original progenitor of the mammoth race, wooly mammoths are considered more feral and primal than their shorter-haired cousins.
    • Wooly Mammoth - This wild variant of the mammoth is not bred for riding. Most wooly mammoths are captured in the wild and tamed by their riders, resulting in a fierce, cunning mount.
    • Wooly White Rhino - Captured by Toby "Mother Goose" Ironbolt on the Borean Tundra, this shaggy beast carries an enormous grudge after being bridled by a gnome.
    • Wrathful Gladiator's Frost Wyrm - Many believe that during their early lives, these wyrms were forced to fight their own kind for the amusement of others. Perhaps that is why they possess a particularly combative temperament.
    • X-51 Nether-Rocket - First designed as a booster for a much larger rocket, the X-51 was determined to give the perfect thrust capacity for a single rider payload.
    • X-51 Nether-Rocket X-TREME - What it lacks in safety features it more than makes up for in speed and style. Not for the faint of heart.
    • X-53 Touring Rocket - Riding a giant cylinder filled with highly explosive goblin rocket fuel all by yourself is just crazy...so bring a friend.
    • Yellow Qiraji Battle Tank - This (relatively) domesticated silithid is at home only in the desert sands of Ahn'Qiraj.
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    Ah, the Acherus Deathcharger... How I love thee. <3
    The amount of Alliance in this roster... is disturbing....

    My avatar is such wow, much amaze, so boss. It's there because I was infracted. Will remain until after :3
    Just... This is the greatest post ever: Right here.

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    Some of those descriptions are funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nexsa View Post
    Some of those descriptions are funny.
    Funny that
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    Chikko rolls a 1 (1-100) on [Thread Topic]
    Chikko: FFFUUUUU

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    Reading these awesome descriptions makes me want to have Invincible :C

    Does anyone know if mounts show up visibly in your garrison?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MickM View Post
    Reading these awesome descriptions makes me want to have Invincible :C

    Does anyone know if mounts show up visibly in your garrison?
    Up to five in your stables. You have to set them as favorite in your mount journal, but if none are selected it's random.

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    Interesting. I like.

    Quote Originally Posted by taishar68 View Post
    Because on MMO-Champion, people complain about everything, even people who complain about complaining. It is a vortex of whine so powerful, that if we could harness the energy of said whining, we could decrease the reliance on fossil fuels by 90%! (since people complain that when you cite a statistic, you make the number up.)

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    Bane quote lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaud View Post
    Some horses merely adopt the dark. This horse was born in it, molded by it.



    Seriously though, best description.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paula Deen View Post



    Seriously though, best description.
    Why did they quote the worst batman movie ever

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    Quote Originally Posted by MickM View Post
    Why did they quote the worst batman movie ever
    Lol, there are worse batman movies.
    I can see what you see not - vision milky then eyes rot. When you turn, they will be gone - whispering their hidden song...

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    Cool addition, small things, but cool
    Quote Originally Posted by Count Zero View Post
    I think MMO-C should be renamed "HJTC-C" - Hyperbolic Jumping To Conclusions Champion.

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    Love it the whole updated mount tab in general. Summon random favorite mount ftw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hubbl3 View Post
    Lol, there are worse batman movies.
    Much, much worse

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    Quote Originally Posted by MickM View Post
    Why did they quote the worst batman movie ever
    Worst batman movie? What are you, 12?
    It was never Hardcore Vs Casual. It was Socialites Vs. Solo players
    Quote Originally Posted by ringpriest View Post
    World of Warcraft started life as a Computer Roleplaying Game, where part of the fun of the game experience was pretending to be your character. Stuff like applying poisons and eating food enhanced the verisimilitude of the experience of playing a fantasy character in another world. Now that game has changed to become a tactical arcade lobby game.

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    Oooh, I love these! How exciting! They were really fun to read!
    (Multiple fandom-y things/my artwork)

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    Golden Riding Crane - The crane is a symbol of wisdom and nobility, their ability to carry us into the skies is nothing short of miraculous.
    They might want to fix this one. Cranes are ground mounts.

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    Champion's Treadblade and Hellscream's Hog...
    Guess i know what the choppers are gna be called

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    The Horde had dragons, we had the gryphons. We won that war.
    That little bit of flavor text made a better "Alliance fist-pump moment" than the whole of SOO.

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    Wow, some intern had a rough day

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