World of Warcraft the Burning Crusade Classic introduced flying mounts, including normal and epic flying mounts. Want to get these cool flying mounts in your inventory? Then you need to read this article carefully!
What will flying mounts cost in Burning Crusade?
Normal Flying mount- The first flying mount you’ll get in TBC Classic. The mount requires you to have the epic ground mount skill, plus an 800g fee for the flying, plus 100g for the mount. Sadly, the first level moves at just 60% speed in the air and on the ground.
Epic Flying mount- Finally you can move faster in the sky, though it’ll cost ya. Costing 5000g, and requiring the previous speed of flying, you’ll also need to spend 200g extra for the mount itself.
You may only use your flying mount in Outland, and you will need to pay 800 gold for Expert training once you reach level 70. Do you have enough gold for expert training? Why not buy cheap WOW TBC Classic Gold at the secure marketplace Z2U.com with lowest price, instant and fast delivery! Once you hit level 70 and have enough gold, head to Shadowmoon Valley to find your flying trainer.
Where to get flying mounts in Burning Crusade?
Once you have flying training, you’ll need to get a flying mount. Fortunately, there are vendors who will sell you basic wind riders and gryphons. You’ll find them just next to the trainers in Shadowmoon Valley:
·Brunn Flamebeard in Wildhammer Stronghold for the Alliance
·Dama Wildmane in Shadowmoon Village for the Horde
But there are quite a few other flying mounts to find:
·Drops: Ashes of A’lar from the Eye in Tempest Keep
·Crafting: Flying Machines from Engineering
·Reputation: Netherwing, Cenarion Expedition, and Sha’tari Skygaurd all sell you mounts at Exalted
·PVP: High-ranked players had unique, armored Netherdrakes
Flying mounts are obviously neat on their faces; it's fun to be able to go right to your destination without having to worry about encountering monsters or PVP opponents on the way. What's more, though, is that there are some locations that are only accessible if you have a flying mounts, including some of the new end-game dungeons, as well as some high-level fishing areas. The flying-exclusive dungeons, at least, are inaccessibly to warlock summoning, so there's no cheating this requirement; you have to have a flying mount, or the druid flight form skill, to access them.
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