A lot of things work differently in World of Warcraft Dragonflight: there's no borrowed power, no mission table, and no flying...
I'm really glad that flying is now available in Zereth Mortis, but I'm also confused as to why it had to be unlocked in the first place.
Sometimes flying is never introduced to new zones but fortunately some zones, like Zereth Mortis in Shadowlands patch 9.2, allow your flying mounts to stretch their wings skyward.
Last week, in a way, was about flying mounts in World of Warcraft -- the latest 6-month subscription/Lunar New Year mount is a flying tiger named Wen Lo, and we learned that we'll be flying a lot sooner in Zereth Mortis in patch 9.2.
Patch 9.1: The Chains of Domination, the first major content patch of Shadowlands, promises plenty of improvements and new content for players to enjoy.
Flying is always on players' minds when a new expansion comes out.
After years of riding the game's flight paths on majestic Gryphons and lithe Windriders, players would take the reins themselves in Burning Crusade.
In patch 9.1, we'll finally be able take to the skies on flying mounts in the four original Shadowlands zones: Bastion, Maldraxxus, Ardenweald, and Revendreth.
In Shadowlands, each week we progress further with Renown, which has a weekly cap.
The Flight Master's Whistle -- an item which we've grown used to having in recent expansions, especially when we want to get around the map quickly for World Quests -- will not be making a return in Shadowlands.