WOW Mounts Changes

With the release of patch 3.2, there is an entire herd of mount changes for WOW players. Here we will take you to have a look at the WOW patch 3.2 mounts. Here is just an outline of the changes about all the mounts you can ride in patch 3.2, new tweaks to old mounts like the Ulduar Proto-drakes and the TCG items, and brand new mounts like the hippogryphs from the Argent Tournament and the long-awaited Ravasaur.

It is really the biggest news that Blizzard has made major changes to the WOW mounts with a large amount of fund. When the new patch arrives, all of the mounts will have their level demands reduced. Regular land mounts now can train at level 20, epic land mounts can be trainable at level 40, regular flying mounts can be trained at level 60, and epic flying can be trained at level 70. It means that you can ride at an epic speed from level 40, and you are able to train flying mounts at level 60. You will have the ability to ride around Outland in WOW with a flying mount from the first time you step in.

Here are the full details on all of the riding skills and the new costs of WOW mount:
Apprentice Riding (Skill 75), marked 4 WOW gold, has 60% land mount speed and requires level 20. The mount cost is 1WOW gold.
Journeyman Riding (Skill 150), marked 50 WOW gold, has 100% land mount speed and requires level 40. The mount cost is 10 WOW gold.
Expert Riding (Skill 225), marked 600 WOW gold, has 150% flying mount speed and 60% land mount speed and requires level 60. The mount cost is 50WOW gold.
Artisan Riding (Skill 300), marked 5,000 WOW gold, has 280% flying mount speed and 100% land mount speed and requires level 20. The mount cost is 100 WOW gold.

  

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