The Crimson Tidestallion isn't the only seahorse mount that was added in patch 8.2 -- eagle-eyed players can also get their hands on the reins to Fabious the Tidestallion.
The way mounts work in patch 8.2 is a little different than it used to be in World of Warcraft.
How to get flying in patch 8.2, for once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk Azeroth with your eyes turned skyward
Leonardo da Vinci was referencing Earth in the popular quotation, but the feeling in Azeroth is no less true.
Before flying mounts and the many levels of Riding Skill that we have today in the current game, there was the old version of the mount system.
If you're not familiar with Recruit-A-Friend in World of Warcraft, it basically is what it sounds like -- a means by which you can recruit friends to play WoW and get neat stuff for yourself in the process.
We talked about it a little when we discussed trinkets in WoW Classic, but some players really want to know how speed up that mount they're going to pick up at level 40.
We're getting so many awesome mounts in the new zones in patch 8.2.
We're getting customizable mount effects in patch 8.2, but do you know what they are, where you can get them, and how they work?
Never having to ride that freaking water strider again! Never again! Die you accursed water bug! Ahem.
Of the mount equipment we’ve seen, which will you be using? Which additional types of mount equipment would you like to see?
Of the many pieces of information about World of Warcraft's patch 8.2 that we learned during yesterday's live stream, one of the most surprising was the addition of mount equipment to the game.