I see arguments and division every time a new mount is discovered in World of Warcraft, and I'm confused by it, because it seems like no matter how that mount is available to players, someone is upset by it.
Korrak's Revenge, the successful battleground event from last year's celebration, is back.
World of Warcraft's Next Top Mount™ poll has been going for a nearly two weeks, and you have less than a day to cast your votes.
I do not understand how poor Old Blanchy, who once saved a young Thrall from Durnholde Keep, who died nobly defending his home in Westfall against the wicked Defias, could have found herself in Revendreth.
One of the biggest questions that arose when Blizzard announced the leveling squish in Shadowlands was "How is flying going to work?" And now that the Shadowlands alpha is out, we finally have an answer.
We're pretty deep into the Visions of N'zoth patch -- Ny'alotha has been raided, we've braved the depths of N'zoth's nefarious visions for Orgrimmar and Stormwind, and we've fought off his minions in Uldum and the Vale of Eternal Blossoms.
Mounts are one of the most fun things in World of Warcraft, and if you're in a guild that's routinely killing Mythic N'Zoth -- so, like, maybe 200 or so people at most right now -- you may be excited to find out that Blizzard was supposed to hotfix Mythic N'Zoth to drop not one, but two Ny'alotha Allseer mounts.
There are a lot of mounts in World of Warcraft -- big ones, small ones, some made out of heads.
WoW's latest flying mount -- the Shadowbarb Drone -- is now available with the launch of patch 8.3.
Many awesome bits of news came out of the Diablo 4 announcement yesterday, but one tidbit that game team touched on could become a important gameplay shift: mounts.