Your Questions About World Of Warcraft Mounts

Lizzie asks…

How do you attain guild mounts in World of Warcraft?

Is there a requirement to be eligible for these guild mounts?
Some tard just told me he left my guild because we didn’t have a guild mount.

dknol answers:

Yes there is. Your guild must be a certain level to be able to get them (example, the scorpion mount you must be guild level 25) and you have to have the right rep level to get it. If your guild level 25 but only neutral with the guild, you won’t be able to get it until you raise your rep (and get 1.5k gold :D)

Thomas asks…

How to get unique mounts in world of warcraft?

On all my characters ive just had the stupid starter mounts.. i want a different mount then starter. especially for my gnome, i hate the gnome starter mounts..

dknol answers:

There are no unique mounts in WoW. I assume you mean mounts other than the basic race ones. To get other races mounts who are in your faction you must become exalted with that faction (e.g. Exalted with SW give Horses to all ally races). Other mounts such as drakes, camels etc come from a variety of sources. Most are either drops from certain mobs, faction rewards, achievement rewards and some are crafted. The source has a list of all the mounts in game and how to acquire them

Ken asks…

How and where can I buy armor for my mounts in World of Warcraft?

Okay, so Karulon, my level 20 Tauren Warrior, is currently on his way to find the riding trainer in Orgrimmar. Once he does, he’ll catch a ride back to Bloodhoof and purchase a Kodo mount. Eventually, how and where can I buy armor for the Kodo?

dknol answers:

You can’t get armor for your mount but at level 40 you get a mount that has armor on

Charles asks…

How much are all the mounts in World of Warcraft?

Yep. Speaks for itself. Just wanted to know how much each mount was. Normal, Epic, and 70 flying. :-) Thanks for the help!

dknol answers:

It is not the mounts themselves that cost, it is the training to ride them

The Normal Mounts require a Riding Skill of 75, which will cost 90 gold, the mount will cost 10 gold

The Epic Mounts require a Riding Skill of 150 which will cost about 600 Gold, the mount will cost another 100 Gold

The Flying Mount requires a Riding Skill of 225, which will cost you about 800 Gold. The mount will cost 100 Gold

The Epic Flying Mount requires a Riding Skill of 300 which will cost a whopping 5000 Gold. The mount runs another 200 Gold

Maria asks…

What cities in World of Warcraft sell mounts?

Can someone make me a list of cities I can buy mounts from? I’m on the Alliance side, and I’m some what new to the game. I’d really like to get some cool mounts.
Thanks :]

dknol answers:

Well, first what race are you? You can purchase a mount through your main city as soon as you hit 25, however if you are a different race say Human, and want the Night Elf mount, you will need to be exalted with Darnassus. You can become exalted with any race (main city) by purchasing a tabard and working on your reputation points.
Humans – Go to Old Town by the training field. Horse mounts are available.
Night Elf – Go to the Cenarion Enclave to the right of the bank, where you can purchase a Saber Cat.
Worgen – You train for “Running Wild” in Darnassus
Draenei – There is an Elekk merchant outside of The Exodar
Gnomes – Gnomeregan, there is a mechanostrider merchant outside of Kharanos
Dwarves – East of Ironforge in Dun Morogh, there is Amberstill Ranch, where you can purchase a Ram mount.

Outside of your basic racial mounts, there are “vanity” mounts which you can get in Dalaran from Mei Francis which include Armored Brown Bear, Armored Snowy Griffon, Armored Blue Windstrider, Wooly Mammoth, and Traveler’s Tundra Mammoth.

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