Gladiator Mounts Account Wide in Shadowlands
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)
Greetings Gladiators!

Gladiator mounts have long served as one of the most prestigious rewards in all of World of Warcraft. This is due to the considerable time, effort, and skill required to earn one. In the past, we felt that prestige should be reserved to the character that earned a Gladiator mount, as this best demonstrated your expertise with that particular class.

Shadowlands Season 1 will be the 30th PvP season in World of Warcraft, and a lot has changed over that time. Not only has the game evolved with the introduction of new classes or changes to existing ones, but players’ preferences have often evolved with regard to the class they like to play most.

So, beginning in Shadowlands, all Gladiator mounts, including those from previous seasons, can be used by all characters across the account the mount was earned on.

Thank you for playing and we’ll see you in the Arena!
This article was originally published in forum thread: Gladiator Mounts Account Wide in Shadowlands started by Lumy View original post
Comments 82 Comments
  1. GeorgeDb's Avatar
    The only problem is that if u see someone on a glad mount now, you think that that person is/was good on that specific class. This will not be the case.

    There are many people that have glad mounts on a forgotten old main that they never touch.
    For example I tried rly hard to get a wotlk glad mount and now because I don't play my horde shaman anymore I never get chance to use it.
  1. Zapper's Avatar
    Great change! It will extremely increase game fun and interest in PVP!
    I understand why some people have a problem with it, but you have to do changes to get more players into PVP.
    Sorting out people by their mount isnt healthy for the game anyways. Try to act not that toxic.
    People who ride a gladiator mount earned it anyways (if not bought), it is not possible to buy (ingame) or farm them, they are not losing prestige value in my opinion.

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